Baglioni Hotels & Resorts expands its portfolio in Italy with the launch of Casa Baglioni in Milan’s Brera design district. Locally based architecture and design studio Spagnulo & Partners crafted the new hotel with a glamorous sense of place that pays homage to 1960s art and design.
“The Brera district has been an incredible source of inspiration for the design of Casa Baglioni, which now becomes a new landmark in the city: a place of hospitality and welcome for tourists and residents, an eclectic space that is a tribute to Milanese art, culture, and culinary excellence,” says Spagnulo founder and senior partner Federico Spagnulo. “Every detail has been developed to offer an authentic experience at a very high standard, starting with the selection of exceptional works of art on view in the various public and private spaces of the hotel.”
Artful objets d’art showcase metalwork, colorful glass, and handcrafted ceramics against a backdrop of walnut, brass, and marble. Geometric patterns distinguish upholstered furnishings as well.
Each of Casa Baglioni Milan’s 30 guestrooms and suites are animated with artwork by Italian and international artists, furthering steep the interiors in the worldly flair of ’60s Milan. Seven configurations span the accommodations, peaking with the 1,200-square-foot Brera presidential suite, which boasts floor-to-ceiling windows, a private terrace, and a living room.
Additionally, the intimate urban retreat comprises a living room, wine cellar, and a restaurant from Michelin-starred chef Claudio Sadler.