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Parco Solari – Domus Adele by Gio Ponti: with a terrace overlooking the park, this newly renovated and never inhabited three-room apartment of about 90 square metres plus 20-metre-square outdoor space, is located on an intermediate floor in a period building.

Reflecting the stylistic code of the building’s designer, Gio Ponti, the apartment’s interior spaces have been divided into a large entrance hall leading to the living area with an adjacent dining room and kitchen, two bedrooms and two bathrooms, as well as a separate laundry room.

Despite the apartment’s compact size, the living and sleeping areas are separated well, with each having its own bathroom.
The kitchen is at an angle, in a discreet position with respect to the living room, and is fully equipped with an induction hob and integrated hood, which allows it to be positioned under the window.
The bathrooms are an interplay of colours and geometries, with Moroccan cement tiles and hexagonal tiles by Popham Design, and all of the rooms have Listone Giordano maxi oak parquet flooring.

Every detail has been meticulously catered for, from the original period plasterwork of the entrance hall, which is enhanced with contrasting colours, to the taps and fittings; a sophisticated assortment of iconic Italian design pieces (from Gio Ponti to Castiglioni and Fornasetti).
Great attention has also been paid to the modern and state-of-the-art system components, with sound-absorbing and heat-insulating window frames, air conditioning in all rooms, and recessed spotlights.
The apartment enjoys a bright exposure and an excellent view, with the corner living room facing the park, and the bedrooms overlooking a quiet side street.

With lift and concierge service throughout the day, this is a very well-connected location with services of all kinds in the immediate vicinity, while a cellar completes the property.

The context: in Viale Coni Zugna, Domus Adele is a small architectural jewel that boasts 85 years of history.

Designed by Gio Ponti and completed by him in 1934, the building has an L-shaped plan.
Together with the artist’s vision of the Italian-style domus, the design fully represents the austere elegance of that period, with large living areas and an evolving liveability of spaces.


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    Property Size
    90 Mq

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  • Address: Viale Coni Zugna 29, Milan
  • City: Milan
  • Zip/Postal Code: 20144
  • Country: Italy

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    90 sqm