Milano (Milano) - "Quadrilatero della Moda" is the Milan district of luxury and great brands, celebrated and known all over the world, bordered by four prestigious streets: Via Montenapoleone, Via Manzoni, Via della Spiga and C.so Venezia. Shoppers come from all over the world to shop in the showrooms and boutiques of these streets, or just to walk around and admire the shop windows, often real compositions of taste and design. In this setting we offer a home that stands out for its elegance and charm. The building was erected for the first three floors at the end of the nineteenth century and raised two floors above the attics during the early twentieth century, when the front of the ship was also covered. Later the building took on an artistic-historical character, in the early twentieth century it was the seat of the "Laboratory of Futurism", Filippo Tommaso Marinetti, the leading exponent, as well as his sister, lived in these apartments that took the name "Laboratory". According to the most accredited historiography, the "Manifesto of Futurism" was published, discussed and written, published in Italian and French in 1909 by both the magazine "Poesia" and "Le Figarò" Thanks to the collaboration with a talented architect, the rooms were created with open spaces and "minimalist" interior architecture solutions. Generous windows illuminate the premises and allow our gaze to observe the external, fascinating and dynamic world. The choice of specifications and furnishings made with care, the oak parquet with teak inserts, the Venetian mosaic tesserae walls, the steel and plexiglass handles of Azucena, the generously proportioned ceilings host three mezzanines keeping a useful height of mt. 3.20. Particular attention is paid to the choice of external doors and windows, which guarantee an acoustic abatement of a good 42 Db, and a thermal insulation that brings the property to class C. Generous windows introduce light and warmth, allow you to look outwards, allowing you to glimpse the everyday life of the pulsating heart of Milan.