The Ralph Lauren Palazzo in Milan - Part 1

A special highlight of my visit to Milan was a private tour of the Ralph Lauren Palazzo. Mostly it's a well-kept secret being only assessible by invitation. Built in 1941 (during WW2) as one of a handful of mansion style houses for the wealthy as the Casa Campaini Bonomi Palazzo.

The palazzo features high soaring ceilings and arch topped doorways and windows that look out onto a beautifully tessalated tiled courtyard with a backdrop of tiered arches and large scale chandeliers and lanterns feature throughout. The entry courtyard features the brand's iconic polo horse as a sculpture flanked by columns and an archway, all softened by verdant greenery.

Climb the marble stairs to the entry reception room. The large scale showstopper floral arrangement is a standout.
A cosy corner of the main reception room - this room is divided up into separate spaces making it feel homey and welcoming rather than imposing in such a grand space.
In the main reception room on cosy linen covered sofas.

The entry hall feature blue and white ceramics and classic brass lantern style light.

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