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Our building: Palazzo Edison

Located in Milan in Foro Buonaparte 31, Palazzo Edison has been our headquarters since 1923.

The palace was built between 1891 and 1892 on a project by the architect Enrico Combi on behalf of the Società Strade Ferrate del Mediterraneo.

The administration of the company, in proceeding with this project, had well "(...) in mind the concept that the new building had to arise with a rational grandeur of style, without exceeding those limits that an industrial company must never lose sight of (... )”.

Visit Palazzo Edison with the virtual tour

Using Google Street View, you can visit Palazzo Edison remotely from a PC or smartphone. You can experience a 360-degree tour through our premises, from the open space to the guest house, orangery, conference room, fountain room – used for strategic meetings –, and café, where we spend relaxing moments together. Visit us: start your tour!

Historic stained glass windows

The three windows located on the first floor date back to 1922. The first, flat, window covers the octagonal area that opens up to the entrance to the Palazzo and is in a central position with respect to two side rooms - positioned to the east and west - all inside which two almost twin vaults are proudly displayed. The work of the Corvaya-Bazzi & C. firm of Milan, they are made up of 18,000 pieces of colored glass weighing 20 quintals per 550 square meters of glazed surface.

The Fountain Room

On the second floor – seat of the presidency and representative offices – the council hall stands out, today the “fountain hall”, because inside it is proudly displayed a marble fountain on which is engraved the praise of the canticle of San Francesco dedicated to the water: "Laudato si mi Signore per sora acqua la quale è molto utile et umile et preziosa et casta". This artifact, in addition to fulfilling a decorative function, served - thanks to the water emitted by the numerous vents - to absorb the smoke of the cigars and cigarettes smoked during the meetings.

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