Giusti Garden

B&B Studio has realised a building project in the Ortolani Quarter in Milan, called ‘Giusti Garden’. Architect Andrea Brugnara – founder of the studio together with arch. Simone Brugnara – proposed the new design of a residential building to replace a 1940s building used as a boarding school for a school.

It is a residence immersed in a lush interior garden, hence the name ‘Giusti Garden’, accessed by a double staircase with green walls and a wooden roof.
The large windows overlooking the inner courtyard give a glimpse of the skyline over the centre of Milan and give access to large terraces arranged in an apparently random fashion to create movement in the façade.

The cladding of the façades on Via Giusti and Via Niccolini is composed of porcelain stoneware slabs, while the stairwells are characterised by extra-clear screen-printed glass windows, which allow the outside light to filter through. The penthouse floors are connected to the private sun terraces by an internal staircase whose roof is made of a self-propelled glass structure to allow additional natural light to pass through from above.

The building consists of six above-ground floors and a semi-basement, as well as two basement floors for technical rooms and garages. The residence is equipped with exclusive services such as a luxurious indoor spa with wellness area.
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Project: Giusti Garden
Studio: B&B Studio
Location: Milan, Italy
Year: 2022