Portaluppi Studio-Museum Entry and Guided Tour | Vox City

Portaluppi Studio-Museum Entry and Guided Tour

The Piero Portaluppi Museum, founded in 1999, is dedicated to the work of famous Italian architect Piero Portaluppi.

You can explore Portaluppi’s foundation, which is homed in a building designed by the architect himself, and was formerly used as his studio. Today, it boasts various furniture and accessories designed by Portaluppi, including the famous Omnibus desk. In addition, a large rich library can be found, containing thousands of prints and materials dating back to 1909, which details Portaluppi’s life and career; one which shaped the Milanese twentieth century.

Enjoy discovering the treasured history of this venue with a visit accompanied by a Casa degli Atellani escort. As you explore, you’ll be fascinated by Portaluppi’s career and the significant mark that his work has left on the heart of Milan.

- Visit the Piero Portaluppi Museum, the archive and studio of famous Italian architect, Piero Portaluppi
- Explore the foundation of his work for the first time as the museum opens to the public, thanks to the will of its heirs
- Discover the vast collection of original furnishings, writings, photographic prints and rare films, all made by Portaluppi himself
- Listen to stories and facts as you retrace the life and career of the architect

What you get:
✔️ Reserved entry to Portaluppi Studio-Museum
✔️ Guided tour of the venue

What you don’t get:
✖️ Public Transportation Tickets

⚬ This tour includes a live guide, conducted in Italian or English
⚬ Please arrive 10 minutes before your allocated time slot and present your voucher to our staff
⚬ Address: Via Morozzo della Rocca 5, 20123 Milano

⚬ Face masks are mandatory within the museum
⚬ Social distancing is enforced between guests and group sizes are limited
⚬ Any equipment will be thoroughly cleaned and sanitised between uses

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