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Casa Galimberti e casa Guazzoni, Milan
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  • If you like your Liberty and Art Nouveau, then check out no.3 Via Malpighi. The metal work on the balconies is beautiful, as is the tile work, some are of Mucha style ladies, some are of flowers. Ther...  more »
  • These two houses are an adornment to the small and more than anything is not notable streets of Malpighi. The rare beauty of the facades of the houses. One-to-many stucco, openwork iron finishing of balconies, figures of people and animals. Another home-window apertures are framed by beautiful mosaic images. I advise you to see these houses because Street Malpighi and literally just a few steps from Corso Buenos Aires, Milan's main shopping street.
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  • Galimberti's House was built in the art nouveau style at the beginning of the last century by the architect Giovanni Battista Bossi. The House is decorated with rich painted ceramic tiles and balconies of wrought iron. On the ground floor of the building there are curvy female figures, and on the other floors are fruit and floral patterns. You will notice that they like glow metallic tint-made of cement and iron, and this area is called kjaroskuro, i.e. the dramatic contrast of light and shade. On the other side of the street is the House of Guazzoni (Guacconi?), but he's more modest ...
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