Updated: Dec 29, 2021
We put design at the heart of our homes, enlisting renowned international designers such as Ilse Crawford to create beautiful contemporary spaces inside historic buildings. Milan is the design capital of Italy so we've made sure to reflect that style.
Every design element, from the colour on the walls to the choice of furniture, is the result of long research. We’ve done everything to create stylish spaces where guests can relax and feel at home after a busy day in the city. There’s peace and tranquillity to be found even in a vibrant city like Milan. The spaces have been designed with the concept of ‘slow living’ in mind.
“Acclaimed London designer Ilse Crawford and her architect husband Oscar Pena designed the Greenhouse Loft. The one-bedroom apartment was once a garage but the couple helped us turn it into a cosy, contemporary home.”
Sleeping up to four people, the space is equipped with all your necessary comforts, from WiFi and air conditioning to espresso machines and SONOS sound system. The home features paintings by Chiara Belloni and watercolours by Roberto Bonanomi.
This Porta Venezia house was one of The Spaces magazine’s best spots to rent in Milan.
Porta Venezia is in the heart of Milan and it’s known for its Art Nouveau architecture, traditional trattorias and picture-perfect coffee shops. The area is a 10-minute walk from the Duomo Cathedral, the Modern Art Gallery and the Natural History Museum.
Giardini Indro Montanelli – © Francesca Noè
Porta Venezia, famous for its arts, architecture and fashion: walking around, you’ll notice the sculptures and mosaics decorating the area’s Art Nouveau buildings. It is a vibrant neighborhood, blending the mix of old Milan with new influences from around the world.We’re just by the renowned shopping district of Corso Buenos Aires as well as Porta Venezia Park. There are plenty of bars, cafes and restaurants to choose from as well.
You’ll be spoiled for choice in Porta Venezia.
Wherever you’re from, whoever you are, there’s something for everyone in Porta Venezia. If you’re after the traditional Italian experience, the area has the most renowned trattoria in town: Giacomo Bistro. There you can devour famous dishes like the Risotto Alla Milanese. But Porta Venezia also offers more contemporary spots, from picture-perfect coffee shops to rough and ready bars in industrial settings. For the night owls, there are late-night clubs catering to any type of taste.