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Villa Necchi Campiglio

  • Duration: 1h
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Villa Necchi Campiglio Guided Tour

  • Duration: 1h
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Villa Necchi Campiglio was designed and built in 1935 for sisters Nedda and Gigina Necchi, and Gigina's husband Angelo Campiglio.

Owners of a cast-iron manufacturing company, the Necchi Campiglio family gained most of their wealth during Milan's industrial boom at the turn of the 20th century.

In 2001, the final family heir donated the villa to Fondo Ambiente Italiano, which is now open to the public.

Yes – general admission Villa Necchi Campiglio tickets and guided tours are available. There are no self-guided options; a staff member will accompany you for the duration of your visit to the villa. The guided tour allows for a more detailed look around and an intimate group setting.

Because of the select entrance times, reserving tickets and/or a guided tour prior to your visit is highly recommended.

Villa Necchi Campiglio was built in 1935 by the wealthy Necchi Campiglio family during Italy's interwar years (1915-1939) and features some of the best examples of art deco and rationalism.

The glamorous single-family home was designed with sumptuous luxuries, including a heated swimming pool – one of the first private backyard swimming pools in Italy. Even by modern standards, the marble and satin used to furnish the interior, as well as the extensive gardens on the property, are extravagant.

Although decadent, Villa Necchi Campiglio is not exempt from controversy. Originally designed by Italian rationalist architect Piero Portaluppi, the home features competing architectural ideals from contemporary designer Tomaso Buzzi, who was later commissioned to renovate the home in 1938.

Today, Villa Necchi Campiglio is open to the public and houses the collection of Guido Sforni, as well as treasures from 20th-century masters such as Picasso, Fontana, Modigliani, and Matisse.

At the request of the Necchi Campiglio family, Piero Portaluppi created the original design during its construction between 1932 and 1935. Portaluppi's vision features some of the best art deco and Italian rationalist design to date.

When the family decided to renovate Villa Necchi Campiglio in 1938, they worked with Tomaso Buzzi, a contemporary designer who made significant changes to Poraluppi's original design which can be traced throughout the home.

Villa Necchi Campiglio has stolen the spotlight as a backdrop for the films I Am Love (2009) and House of Gucci (2021). Your Villa Necchi Campiglio tickets get you behind the scenes!

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About: Villa Necchi Campiglio

Villa Necchi Campiglio is an elegant villa combining the styles of Art Déco and Rationalism, immersed in a beautiful private garden with a swimming pool and a tennis court. It was completed by the architect Piero Portaluppi in 1935. The villa is located in the center of Milan.

Villa Necchi Campiglio
Sunday 10:00 - 18:00
Monday 10:00 - 18:00
Tuesday 10:00 - 18:00
Wednesday 10:00 - 18:00
Thursday 10:00 - 18:00
Friday 10:00 - 19:30
Saturday 10:00 - 18:00
Villa Necchi Campiglio
Via Mozart 14, 20122, Milan
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