Palace Castiglioni and Palace Bovara
Two very prestigious locations for top level events in the city
In the heart of Milan, at the stop Palestro of Metro 1, next to every principal business, cultural, and institutional locations, you may find the historic palaces Castiglioni and Bovara, belonging to Confcommercio Milano, Lodi, Monza and Brianza. Two valuable dwellings may host aggregative events, guided by the charm and exclusivity. Both buildings are adjustable, so they are able to satisfy every need and they have the latest generation technologies.
Designed in 1787 by Francesco Soave, good expression of Lombard neoclassical, it is the headquarters of Circolo of Commercio Milano and the framework for scenic events: gala dinners, fashion shows, exhibitions, cultural initiatives and weddings. Every event is customised for each client to become unique and exclusive. Even the inner court often stages fashion and convivial happenings. For example, last year it hosted Casa America, which turned it into his headquarters for the most important dates, and Casa Taiwan, with its typical restaurant, during the entire time of Expo. Moreover, Palazzo Bovara is the ideal location for events of Fuori Salone del Mobile (with an Elle Décor’s exhibit this year).
Designed in 1903 by Giuseppe Sommaruga, it is the headquarters of Milanese Confcommercio. It’s a jewel of liberty style, in its entrance, then, in the marvellous staircase, interwoven with bands of floral banisters and flanked by shiny black columns. On the first floor you may find elegant rooms stylishly and tastefully furnished that look onto the splendid veranda and in the quiet hidden garden. On subterranean floor there are three rooms very capacious, for example, Sala Orlando that can host up to 500 people, ideal for associative and company meetings with several participants. Translation by Giacomina Spadavecchia
Palazzo Castiglioni. Sala Orlando
Palazzo Bovara. Tensostruttura in cortile
Palazzo Bovara. Sala Colonne
Palazzo Castiglioni. Sala Pavoni