Day Hotel “Venice”, Milan (Italy)

Tucked away below Piazza Oberdan in Milan, Day Hotel “Venezia” was a stylish and functional service center for travelers built between 1923 and 1925 to a design by Piero Portaluppi. Closed down in 2006, after decades of abandonment, the structure still retains its epoch charm and splendor: public baths, spas, barbers and manicures salons, travel agencies and photography shops overlooking a magnificent column

lounge where furniture and refined, precious and original interior details in Deco style are still intact.
The building will be restored to improve the usability of spaces and indoor air conditioning in order to be accessible to the public once again.


Italian Environment Fund


2017 – In progress


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Arch. Massimo Curzi