Habitaria Corso Garibaldi 95

Elegance and Innovation in the Heart of Milan: The redevelopment of Habitaria Corso Garibaldi 95 combines tradition and modernity



The redevelopment of Habitaria Corso Garibaldi 95, designed by Studio Arassociati, features Margraf marble in the heart of Milan. This restoration project involves two historic buildings in the Brera district, on a site historically occupied by an ecclesiastical complex from the 1600s. Located near Largo La Foppa, the complex integrates a new building and retains traces of the Sant’Anna dei Teatini convent, extending deeply into the block.

In the first courtyard, clad in Lipica Fiorito Margraf marble with an anti-slip bush-hammered finish, a Milanese “creative-restoration” approach is applied. This approach balances the ancient portico, the loggia courtyard, and the restoration of the attics, optimizing the residential space for contemporary needs.

The new building, nestled among courtyards adorned with our natural stone, rises within the block, maintaining three free sides and characterized by linear terraces with hanging gardens. The tower features contemporary architecture with continuous balconies, metal planters, and large windows, fully clad in polished Veselje resin marble.

This residence in the heart of Milan combines tradition and innovation, offering ergonomic spaces, advanced technologies, and natural materials. Our marbles adorn the facade, courtyards, stairs, and external paving, enriching the project with elegance and contemporary functionality

Technical informations

  • Location: Milan, Italy

  • Customer: La Ducale Spa, Gruppo Tecnocasa

  • Project: Studio Arassociati

  • Quantity: 1650 sqm of Veselje marble resin, 3100 sqm Lipica Fiorito marble, 220 sqm Jolie Grey marble, 650 sqm of Pietra di Luserna marble


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