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The architecture of the ME Milan Il Duca

Restored and updated to celebrate the modern Italian greats

Designed by late architect Aldo Rossi, the former l’Hotel Duca di Milano was characterised by its large white Carrara marble columns, beola stone and expansive windows. Now, from top to bottom, impeccable Italian design runs through every aspect of the ME Milan Il Duca. Morton’s Studio have restored the interiors to provide a mix of traditional and contemporary design, all offset with exclusive photography from Alberto Van Stokkum and furniture from late Italian architects Gio Ponti and Luca Meda, who worked in collaboration with Rossi on the hotel.

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Every floor in the hotel has its own chairs and furniture, designed by great Milanese masters of design such as Aldo Rossi, whose creations can be found on the first floor.