Galleria Emi Fontana
This gallery shows challenging conceptual work by Italian artists Monica Bonvicini, Liliana Moro and Luca Vitone as well as Icelandic...
Studio BBPR’s 1958 skyscraper outdoes ‘80s Memphis in the post-modern quoting stakes. The top-heavy tower camply tilts at Castello...
San Bernardino alle Ossa
Hidden down a corridor on the right of the main church, this small 17th-century ossuary has some bony rococo detailing, but most of the...
Many of the greats of Italian drama have trod the boards of this historic early 19th-century theatre. Now it hosts a solid programme of...
Roppongi alt-chic abounds in architect Anna Giorgi’s design, and the aesthetic is reflected in the food and the diners. The extensive...
Via Orti 4 · interesting places nearby
A homage to futurism, Milan’s most infamous art movement, Lacerba has dishes from futurist Marinetti’s kooky culinary manifesto (death to pasta!), as well as a less artistically strident repertoire of Mediterranean seafood. To counter all the violence, speed and surging machinery on the walls, there’s also an excellent wine selection.