A contemporary art gallery for a private collector incorporates three different architectural styles in a Milanese courtyard. The topic is to tell a story about the place: early metropolitan suburb at the beginning of the last century, today it is almost within the center of the city . The three different styles express the spirit of Milan: a small laboratory from the end of the 19th Century with a large wisteria outside, a wooden shack/warehouse and the functional architecture of the 1950s. The shack and the 1950s architecture have been given a redesign using that sort of “unconscious rationalism” that is the quality of Milan post-WWII. The project reassemble together an urban landscape that belongs to the memory of this city. The gallery features personal exhibitions as well as pieces from the owner’s private collection.