ANTICA CA' LITTA    Milan, Italy
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Project: Vittorio Grassi Architetto & Partners
Client: Unipol Sai S.p.a.
Period: 2013 - Preliminary Design
  2013 - Schematic Design
  2014 - Detail Design and Tender Documentation
  2015 - Start of Construction
  2017/2018 - End of Construction
Gross Floor Area: 2,200 sqm
Construction Cost: 6 m Euros
Structural Design: Ing. Paolo Costa
Services Design: Ing. S.M. Migliore, Arch. A. Iannone
Health & Safety: Gaa Engineering srl


The redevelopment project of the building in Via Pantano 26 envisages the construction of high-level apartments on six floors, designed for the excellence of living and maximum space comfort, in a total residential area of 2,200 sqm.
An intervention of great technical and artistic quality that never loses sight of the main objective: recover, improve and redevelop all the peculiar historical and typological elements that already existed.

A project of real "art of conservation" that wisely enhances the historical and architectural qualities of the complex. Built in the distant 400s, modified in the 18th century by the Litta family and renovated in the 1900s, it now sees a return to its former glory.

The restoration is dedicated to fixtures, railings, balconies, railings, plasters and

external flooring and finds its maximum expression in the five rooms on the noble floor with late eighteenth-century neoclassical frescoed ceilings.

The facade on Via Pantano is the subject of an important restoration with the aim of recovering the original architectural design, eliminating all the various additional layers that have accumulated over the centuries.

The spaces of the courtyard are entirely redeveloped, all the traditional cobblestone floors in Milan have been restored and a scenographic but measured lighting enhances the great value of the building. The terraces and the crowns that face the courtyard have been enriched with steel vases, planted with low maintenance essences. Green is a great value of the real estate complex.

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