Tax and Legal
The Gusmitta & Associati offices are situated at Via Torino n. 61 in Milan and cover approximately 1,000 m2 on the first floor of the historic Palazzo Casati Stampa di Soncino.
The building dates back to the 16th century. It was partially built ex novo and partially recovered from previous constructions built to the order of Massimiliano Stampa, friend of the last Duke of Milan, Francesco II Sforza and thereafter keen supporter of the Emperor Carlo V, who repaid him by assigning him the title of Marquis of Soncino. The most famous element of the sixteenth century building is the high tower, crowned by the two-headed eagle and the imperial crown positioned on the world globe. The oldest part of the building, however, would appear to be the fragment of tower visible from Vicolo S. Maria Valle, which would appear to date back to the Middle Ages. The large complex numbers a total of three courtyards, but its appearance today is the result of subsequent nineteenth century works and the opening up of Via Soncino, which cut the area of the huge Stampa garden in which, during the 16th century, a horsewoman had been erected in the form of a two-storey exedra, the remains of which can still be seen in the courtyard at 3 Via Soncino.
The offices of Gusmitta & Associati are easily reached from the underground railway stations of Duomo, Cordusio, Cadorna and Missori. Parking is also available near the offices in the attended car parks of Via Nerino, Via Santa Maria Valle and Via Olmetto.