Miuccia Prada's artistic passion is not limited to haute couture. Vestiges of industrial archaeology, the space located Largo Etsch, south of Milan, between Via Ripamonti and Corso Lodi, was completely revisited by the famous Dutch architect, Rem Koolhaas. A former distillery now hosts an impressive collection of contemporary art over 19 000 m 2. New buildings with sober and clean lines also provide a cinema, a conference room and spaces dedicated to temporary exhibitions. Artists Robert Swallow and Thomas Demand specifically created two works of art in direct "dialogue" with the rest of the building. Cherry on the cake, the director Wes Anderson recreated within a cafeteria, the Bar Luce, the atmosphere of the cafés of the Milan of yesteryear.
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