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Fondazione Prada

An old Milan distillery converted into a versatile arts centre

Fondazione Prada Milan Photo: Bas Princen
Statues at Fondazione Prada Milan

Just outside of Milan, in a former distillery redeveloped by Rem Koolhaas, the Fondazione Prada has been dubbed the “Italian MoMa” for its hosting of cutting-edge contemporary art exhibitions. Don’t miss the Fondazione’s Bar Luce designed by Wes Anderson, the visionary director of the movie The Grand Budapest Hotel, who has wonderfully recreated the atmosphere of the film inside the bar.


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