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Savona 18 Suites went from a typical Milanese casa di ringhiera to a design hotel by the hand of Cibic Workshop. Located in the Tortona district, this hotel presents itself as an intimate and friendly location for those who want to spend some days in Milan.

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To specify, this project couldn’t be possible if not for Aldo Cibic, an Italian designer who is a co-founder of the Memphis group. His idea of restoring and giving this sort of new life to an abandoned building of the 20th century resulted in a space that allows visitors to experience a sample of the atmosphere of age-old Milan… with a touch of contemporary vibrancy!

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This mansion has a lobby that feels and looks like the entrance of an art gallery. The reception desk with a pink-like color or the yellow bench at the entrance is sure to be one of the first things a person notices before walking in.

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But those pieces are just a sample of the visual uniqueness of Savona 18 Suites. Other furniture objects like sofas, carpets, chandeliers, mirrors, and accessories also have that vibrancy of color that will surely catch the eye of the guests. It really compels people to explore and discover the color combinations that enrich the inside of the building. Truly the feeling of entering an art gallery!

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Every space has this touch of color but not in an overreacted form. Even the living room, the café, the courtyard, and even the 43 bedrooms have that touch of color that calls the attention of even the most distracted individual.

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