Milan will soon have its first Etruscan Museum of Art in the historical Palazzo Carraro at Corso Venezia, 52. In this context, the garden included among high walls will be recovered. The purpose is to restore to this area in Milan its dignity as a place of culture and a green lounge wide open to the whole city.
It will be a public-adressed private space where you can stay, chat, be curious and let yourself be educated at the charm and beauty of both the ancient world of Etruscan art and contemporary art, in a cosmopolitan Milan context, which communicates with other European cities, especially with the world of international arts.
Progetto: A pocket garden in Milan
Committente: Rovati Foundation
Collaboratori: MC A (Mario Cucinella Architects s.r.l.) progetto architettonico
Cronologia: in progress
Superficie: mq 1.200