I Am Love makes me want to name my future kid Tilda. And then maybe little Tilda will grow up to speak a thousand languages, just like the saucy Miss Swinton.
Were I a fan of the bottle, I would have turned I Am Love into a drinking game. I must have said “Wow” at least fifteen times throughout the movie, purely in reaction to the interiors of Villa Necchi Campiglio. Fifteen wows, fifteen shots, coulda been quite the party.
I would faint if I saw this staircase in real life! Click on each pic for the source and more interior design crushes on the Villa. So amazing. Don’t miss the historical sketches and photographs of the Villa at Taccuini Internaziolani.
“The Villa Necchi Campiglio was constructed from 1932-1935 by Milanese architect Piero Portaluppi in a style that is referred to as rationalism but also continues on with many luxurious details of the Art Deco period.” –Habitually Chic
“This historic building once to making of the film I Am Love designed by architect Piero Portaluppi converted into a museum in 2008 and is now part of the Network of Historic House Museum in Milan. Trust us when we tell you, the architecture alone is worth the admission price to see this movie.” –Fresh Design Interior