The Branca Tower

Designed by Gio Ponti and completed in just two and a half months for the V Triennale in 1933, the Littoria tower, as it was called at the time, was built using special steel tubes provided by Dalmine. Standing at 108.60 metres, it became inaccessible in 1972, but following restoration by the Branca brothers, whose name it now carries, the tower can once again be visited by the public.