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It was two years ago when architect and sculptor Vincenzo de Cotiis and his wife, Claudia, discovered their 18th-century palazzo apartment in the old neighbourhood of Magenta. “We’d previously lived in Brera, a very central, busy district,” he explains. “I’d always hoped to live in this area, but the right spaces are very hard to find. I wanted somewhere that retained original features, but still needed a lot of work. We were lucky. It was love at first sight whe...

Beautiful bedrooms to inspire an update: A bed sits on a resin-topped platform in the sculptural and dramatic home of architect and artist Vincenzo de Cotiis in Milan.

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House tour: a Milanese palazzo beautifully stripped back to its roots: In the entrance hall, tables and stool by de Cotiis; plaster prototypes of brass sculptures by Massimo Campigli

House tour: a Milanese palazzo beautifully stripped back to its roots - Vogue Living

In the bedroom, bed by de Cotiis on resin-topped platform; cushions in dress fabrics; bedspread by Hermès; artwork behind bed and brass light, both by de Cotiis; curved screen next to bed is de Cotiis’s in recycled fibreglass and brass.

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House tour: a Milanese palazzo beautifully stripped back to its roots Italian architect and sculptor Vincenzo de Cotiis's 18th-century palazzo apartment in the heart of Milan. By Becky Sunshine. Photographed by Kasia Gatkowska. 17th Jul 2016 INTERIORS In the study/library, cast brass ‘DC1514’ bookcase by de Cotiis on resin-topped platform

House tour: a Milanese palazzo beautifully stripped back to its roots: In the study/library, cast brass bookcase by de Cotiis on resin-topped platform.

House tour: a Milanese palazzo beautifully stripped back to its roots: Originally from the north of Italy, de Cotiis set up his design practice more than 20 years ago and has become known for the interiors he creates for high-end stores such as Excelsior Milano and Antonia, as well as his sculpting and, more recently, a limited-edition furniture collection.

It was two years ago when architect and sculptor Vincenzo de Cotiis and his wife, Claudia, discovered their palazzo…

House tour: a Milanese palazzo beautifully stripped back to its roots - Vogue Living

House tour: a Milanese palazzo beautifully stripped back to its roots: To that end, each room reveals beautifully crumbling plaster and gently vaulted…

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