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One of the finest examples of a Neoclassical palazzo in Milan, this was built in 1812 to a design by Giovanni Perego, stage designer at La Scala, assisted by the engineer Innocenzo Giusti. As Manzoni narrates in The Betrothed (I Promessi Sposi), the building stands on a site once occupied by a Capuchin convent.
The grandiose facade, a product of the designer’s theatrical experience, reworks certain solutions drawn from the nearby Palazzo Serbelloni. Above a rusticated basement is a magnificent loggia with dual height fluted iconic columns detached from the wall behind. A continuous frieze by Pompeo Marchesi or his pupils depicting episodes from Milan’s history runs between the windows on the first and second floors. The front is crowned with a balustrade featuring statues of divinities, sculpted by Marchesi and by Graziano Rusca.
See also the square-plan courtyard of honour with a Doric portico and the ballroom on the piano nobile, decorated with stuccowork and frescoes.