Istituto Italiano di Fotografia is located in Milan, near the Brenta-Corvetto zone within an urban context characterized by schools, former factories and laboratories.Not far from Porta Romana, 6 subway stops from Duomo, the location allows for closeness to the center and simultaneously distance from traffic, also for the presence of a small park which the school overlooks.Ideal for a school, a hotbed of talent and factory of ideas.
Home to Jacaranda Studios and originally part of a former industrial Pirelli building, the seat of IIF (which exists on two floors with a total of approximately 700 square meters) presents an ample and essential iron structure of the early twentieth century, in which materials such as wood and glass give rise to an ideal backdrop for photography.Conceived for the world of fashion and design, the available spaces are in fact conceptually suitable to host a Photography School.
A virtual tour
On the ground level, the ample space of 300mq hosts the reception, computer room, assistant area, break area and two studios separated by moveable walls that allow for versatile use of the spaces.On the first level, an open space with windows is reserved for offices, while another two day-light studios can be transformed in areas dedicated to theory lessons and teaching in general.
IIF can be reached:
- By Metro: Line 3 (yellow) stop MM Brenta Corvetto
- By Bus:34 – stop Via Sulmona;95 – stop Via Boncompagni/Via Avezzana;77 – stop Corvetto M3
- By Car: from the East ring road (tangenziale Est) – exit Corvetto