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In photos: Unusual details in Milan’s architecture reveal an evolving city

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01.04.19
Detail of Ettore Sottsass’s interiors for Malpensa airport, Milan
A mosque in a deconsecrated 16th-century church, Palermo
A building site in Venice
Entrance to a building designed by the Milanese architect Vico Magistretti, Milan
Torre Velasca, BBPR’s landmark modern tower in central Milan, completed in 1958
The Palazzo INA apartment building on Corso Sempione, Milan, designed by Piero Bottoni and built between 1953 and 1958

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