Palazzo Casnedi, a piece of history in the heart of Milan.
Palazzo Casnedi is a historic building in the heart of Milan. It was built in 1775 by Giuseppe Piermarini, the same architect who designed the La Scala Theater, just steps away from the famous Duomo of Milan.
The structure is divided into three floors with the main floor “piano nobile” featuring architraved windows surmounted by rectilinear moldings. Within the structure there is an enchanted porticoed courtyard with three openings where Doric columns alternately support arches and architraved vaults. The main floor is the hall of honour, where neoclassical stuccos and frescoes by Giocondo Albertolli and Domenico Pozzi decorate the walls.