PALAZZO PARIGI HOTEL MILANO
Italian taste meets French sophistication “Space, light, order: These are things men need as much as bread or a place to sleep”, said master architect, Le Corbusier. These are things Palazzo Parigi provides in abundance. As you pass through its majestic entrance, you stand open-mouthed. You gaze over the airy space, 12 meters high, with natural light coming in from above. It’s almost heavenly. A winding Carrara marble staircase, a crystal chandelier, white and pink marble floor, and then statues, plants and works of art hang on wood-paneled walls. The hotel’s architecture is the result of the meticulous work of the architect Paola Giambelli, and her collaboration with world-renowned interior designer, Pierre Yves Rochon. They have worked together to to create a winning combination. It’s a place where Italian taste and craftsmanship meets the style and grandeur of French palaces. It’s a refined pairing that is never banal.