Giampiero Bodino presents his showstopping jewels in the restored salons of a 1930s Portaluppi residence, across the street from Villa Necchi.
If the Villa Necchi Campiglio museum, designed by Milanese architect Piero Portaluppi and featured in the movie I am Love, has whet your appetite for Art Deco architecture, and if you also need a one-off jewel, then make an appointment to visit Villa Mozart, across the street from Villa Necchi. Bodino receives clients and displays his unique creations under his monumental canvases in rooms graced with marble mantles, creamy leather seating and original chandeliers.
At Giampiero Bodino, it is all about the singular: unique pieces that Bodino compares to the masterworks created for admission to guilds. It is also about single Ad Personam bespoke pieces, beginning with Bodino’s renderings, whose colour and precision recall medieval manuscripts. Byzantine, Classical, Renaissance and Milan themes animate these complex jewels; cameos, mythical beasts and the extravagant Art Nouveau architecture of Milan twist around brilliant coloured stones in wearable kaleidoscopes of imagery and colour.
For jewels that stop people dead in their tracks, head to Maison Giampiero Bodino.
Everything Giampiero Bodino sells is one-of-a-kind, made to Giampiero Bodino’s exacting specifications, extended to an Ad Personam beskpoke service.