Savona 18 Suites is housed within a restored 20th-century tenement building in central Milan outfitted with communal balconies.
The lobby welcomes guests with a warm, minimalist atmosphere akin to an art gallery, with striking details like a yellow mosaic bench and a reception desk reminiscent of a Tibetan-style cabinet.
Bedrooms feature a sparse design that highlights their distinctive configurations.
Suites are furnished with a variety of elements, including vintage finds that complement contemporary paintings, fabrics, and colors.
The onsite Petit Café is injected with a retro color palette inspired by the original design.
The internal courtyard is reimagined as an open-air living room with sofas, armchairs, and a mural created by Cibic himself.
The 3,335-square-foot courtyard draws inspiration from the traditional Milanese casa di ringhiera (or house of railing), in which several flats share the same open gallery on each floor.