Since 2019, Massimo De Carlo moved its Milanese headquarters to the iconic Casa Corbellini-Wassermann, in Viale Lombardia 17. Built in the early 1930’s by renowned Italian architect Piero Portaluppi, it is among Portaluppi’s most famous projects. Initially designed for domestic use, the space features exquisite details in the use of precious materials, such as various types of marbles for both the interior and exterior. It is one of the finest examples of Milanese rationalist architecture. This incredibly charged space - rooted in history and opened to the public following an extensive renovation and philological restoration curated by Studio Binocle overseen by Antonio Citterio - contributes in creating a new inspiration for the gallery artists and beyond.