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Villa Necchi Campiglio © Villa Necchi Campiglio
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Villa Necchi Campiglio © Villa Necchi Campiglio
L'Ingresso al Canal Grande e Chiesa della Salute, Canaletto © Villa Necchi Campiglio
Oreste e Elettra, De Chirico © Villa Necchi Campiglio

Villa Necchi Campiglio - FAI


ADDRESS:

Via Mozart, 14 - 20122 Milan


TIME:

From Wednesday to Sunday, from 10:00am to 6:00pm
On Tuesdays, visits are reserved for groups and school children only.
Last admission at 5:15pm.


TICKETS INFORMATION:

€ 8, reduced price € 4
Other discounts are available
Prices may vary during events.


CONTACTS:

Phone: 02.76340121, Fax: 02.76395526
Email: fainecchi@fondoambiente.it
www.fondoambiente.it

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A visit to Villa Necchi Campiglio is an opportunity to delve into the Milan of the first half of the twentieth century, with its rituals, its worldliness and its etiquette.
It is part of the Circuit of Historic House Museums of Milan. A city museum network established in 2008 with the aim of promoting the Milanese cultural and artistic heritage through the history of its protagonists by conserving the personal collections in unique.

 

Villa Necchi Campiglio is located in the heart of the city and is surrounded by a large garden with a swimming pool and tennis court. The Necchi Campiglio family certainly lived in style: they were well-known exponents of the Lombard industrial bourgeoisie and led prosperous and elegant lives.
Their home is the result of a harmonious melange of architecture and decorative arts; it is a remarkable example of superb style. Built between 1932 and 1935 by Milanese architect Piero Portaluppi, and subsequently renovated by fellow architect Tommaso Buzzi, the house marked the entry of Rationalism into modern architecture.

 

In 2001 the property was bequeathed to Fai – the Italian Cultural Heritage Fund - thanks to the generosity of the family members - Gigina Necchi Campiglio and Nedda Necchi.

 

Two major donations provide further reason for visiting the Villa Necchi Campiglio: firstly Claudia Gian Ferrari’s early twentieth-century art collection, with works by Sironi, Martini and de Chirico and, secondly, the refined  eighteenth-century collection of paintings and decorative arts by Alighiero and Emilietta De Micheli with works by Canaletto, Rosalba Carriera and Tiepolo.

Two important donations have further enriched to Villa Necchi Campiglio: Claudia Gian Ferrari's collection of early 20th century art, with works by Sironi, Martini and de Chirico, and the elegant Alghiero collection of 18th century paintings and decorative art, with works by Canaletto, Rosalba Carriera and Tiepolo.


Orestes and Electra

The dead lover

The innocent madman

Tuesday is reserved for groups and school visits, by advance reservation only.