Two historic buildings in the heart of Milan between Corso Magenta and Foro Bonaparte, within the Palazzo Litta complex.

Two buildings, Brentano and Bonaparte, have been completely renovated: the works have brought to light mosaics and other Roman remains of the 1st and 2nd century AD, as well as frescoes and friezes still visible in the exclusive residential units where some of the owners have already moved in.

A massive redevelopment project was carried out, in agreement with the Lombardy Regional Directorate of the Ministry for Cultural Heritage and Landscape, for the restoration of the Residenze, with their private courtyards and gardens ensuring prestige, quiet, privacy and safety.