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Old October 26th, 2015, 02:58 AM   #1501
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I agree, let's see what will be the future of the area
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Another proposal is 'the city of science and technology'.
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I don't understand why the area should atract tourist once Expo is over

I just hope it will be a clever and useful re-use of the area, as a research center or a leisure area (two of the several proposals)
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Philips headquarters
Milan | Zone 9


design: Scandurra Studio, BMS Progetti
value: 12 million euros


The office building in viale Sarca, built in 1992, is the subject of a refurbishment project that affects the entire curtain wall façade, a new double-height entrance hall, new external safety stairs and the installation of new mechanical and electrical plants.


The project will create a multitenant building featuring high performances both in functional optimization and energy consumption, in order to achieve the LEED Gold certification.


Concerning MEP engineering, the most significant changes were the implementation of polyvalent air source heat pumps for refrigeration, an inductive cold beams plant and air handling units to serve each half floor, to guarantee the maximum flexibility in compliance to the actual use of the rooms. The lighting system is controlled in an automatic way thanks to a DALI system. On the coverage it will be installed a photovoltaic system and a system of accumulation and deposition of rainwater for WC flushing use.

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Old October 27th, 2015, 03:46 AM   #1505
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Gattamelata Offices
Milan | Zone 8


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Old October 27th, 2015, 07:53 PM   #1506
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Polytechnic of Milan - Leonardo campus
Milan | Zone 3


design: Renzo Piano Building Workshop
status: approved, U/C soon

A new facelift for the 'Leonardo campus' of the Polytechnic of Milan. The former alumn, archistar Renzo Piano, has designed a new area of the Milanese university.




The project provides for the demolition of a building (the so-called "Sottomarino") in order to create a new square that connects the patio with other two buildings (the so-called "Trifoglio" by Viganò and the "Nave" by Gio Ponti). In the middle of the square, 100 trees will be planted. Not only. New classrooms and laboratories will be built at basement level.




The demolition of the building -according to Renzo Piano- is necessary to make the place more green and suitable for students. The "forest" will be clearly visible from the outside.

Work is expected to open in 2016.
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New medical center for terminally ill children
Milan | Zone 8


value: 15.3 mln euros


A new medical centre that will offer free care for children in the advanced stages of terminal illnesses is set to open in Milan in 2018. The project, launched by the Vidas association for the terminally ill, is supported by Italian fashion designers Dolce & Gabbana and actors Silvio Muccino and Lella Costa. Work on the six-storey centre is due to begin in 2016. "The project brings together values we believe in firmly," said Milan Mayor Giuliano Pisapia.
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Il Dritto (The Straight One) / Allianz Tower
Milan | Zone 8


design: Arata Isozaki, Andrea Maffei
height: 207m (242m including antenna)
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A transparent architectural language reveals the mechanics and functional composition of the Il Dritto' scheme. The interview with architect Andrea Maffei.




Although Milan has a growing number of tall buildings, in general skyscrapers are not so common in Italy. How did you begin to design a high-rise building as part of an entirely new development?

The new real estate development required the design of a large public park. It was a tender held by Fondazione Fiera to sell the old Fiera di Milano in order to finance the construction of the new fairgrounds in Rho. The city was required to provide a large park, and at the same time incorporate new highrise buildings. As often happens in the city, the only way to be able to meet the needs of the investor and create a great public space is to build vertically.

The goal of the masterplan was to blend the large square lot with the rest of the city. For this purpose, we proposed to continue the lowrise scale of the residential buildings at the edge of the site. This served to establish a dialogue with the context. A large new park with a series of three high-rise buildings would then be placed in the center. In this way, the tall buildings were still far from the surrounding houses, while a new center could have a subway station and a shopping center, as well as entertainment features. In this sense, we can say that Milan is beginning to fulfill the needs of the great european capitals — that is to build high-rise buildings because there is less space on the ground, but in return for big public parks.





Can you explain some of the challenges you faced during the completion of the project?

Actually, we have not undergone major changes during the construction of the building, apart from in a few aspects. The biggest challenges were in the design development. The main idea from the beginning was to create a series of modules that were repeated to infinity. The ‘endless column‘ of Constantin Brancusi (1935) in part inspired this choice. In this work the sculptor had created a slightly curved element that was repeated vertically, resulting in a very slim column. In the same way, we have designed a module of six floors, characterized by a slightly curved façade.

In the first version, we had a curved module with greater floor to floor heights. In 2009, we optimized the costs as required by the developer, lowering the height of the ceilings and reducing the number of levels. We also highlighted the technical storeys which were previously masked by glass sails. The elevators were all initially panoramic – seven per part – and they were partially closed to reduce the air conditioning costs of the shafts. The economic aspects led to changes in the design, and at the end the building was realized with a very low cost.





As one of the tallest buildings in the country, what are some of the main technological aspects of the project’s construction?

In designing the skyscraper we started with spatial planning in order to determine the most convenient form for the offices. We developed a long, narrow building with a large open central plan of 36x24m with two cores at each end. This allows for a very adaptable environment that provides closed or partially open offices, or entirely open plan depending on future needs. This flexibility is the factor that makes the building sustainable over time. The shape of the tower is not defined only by aesthetic choices, but also by its geographical and historical context.

In the two outer cores we placed panoramic elevators with a continuous motion, paying homage to futurist milanese architecture. The implementation of computerized lifts reduces the number of elevators required, and also the average waiting times in the morning, when 3,000 people will have to go up in less than an hour. Given the streamlined nature of the skyscraper we designed four buttresses that bring the stability of the foundation up to the eleventh storey. In this way we have reduced the oscillations of the top floor, carefully checked with wind tunnel tests, and guaranteed comfort. It was possible to use more traditional techniques, but we preferred to emphasize the mechanics of the skyscraper, leaving them exposed and emphasizing them with a gold color.





Rather than a flat surface, the tower’s façade features repeated modules of curved glass. Can you expand on this aspect of the design?

The tower is composed of modules that are repeated endlessly. Each module consists of six floors and features a slightly curved façade. In developing the project we planned eight modules in total. The façades are composed of cells in glass TGU – triple glass unit – ranging from finished floor to finished floor. Normally the classic curtain wall consists of transparent glass from floor-to-ceiling and then spandrel glass covering facilities and equipment. Instead, we have designed a ceiling that tapers towards the front to allow you to have large windows from floor to floor.

We did not want to use flat glass on the façade as the reflection would be unpleasant. We found that in germany some companies use techniques of cold bending to create a curvature in the glass. In our project we have employed flat slabs of TGU and then curved them by bonding with structural silicone to aluminum frames. The outer frames are exposed vertically constituting a further mechanical fixing of security. Low-iron glazing was chosen throughout to avoid green reflections and have as neutral an effect as possible.





Which particular part of the project has given you the most amount of satisfaction?

I think we were able to develop an interesting design of façade details. Like sails, the large window curves continue outside as thin transparent glass. This solution of the sails seems successful. Throughout the building, I chose to use low-iron glass, which minimizes the green reflections of the glass, and this gave very neutral and elegant façades. In particular, the shaft façades are very neutral and transparent with the cabins of panoramic elevators whizzing inside. The structure and the walls were painted light gray to maintain this neutral feeling.

In the entrance hall we conceived a large 7 meter high glass façade. We did not want to see the aluminum frames so we designed structural glass fins that support the glass room outside. The structural glass, creates a sense of lightness and transparency. In the lobby, the exterior façades of the podium continue inside with white panels and slats. A visual continuity transforms the lobby into a kind of covered plaza always in relation with the outside.




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Old November 6th, 2015, 07:14 PM   #1509
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Prysmian Group Headquarters
Milan | Zone 9


design: Maurizio Varratta
status: U/C
value: +30 mln euros

Prysmian Group, world leader in the energy and telecom cables and systems industry, is building its new hadquarters in the Bicocca district of Milan.




The building designed using the very latest in architectural innovations and paying great attention to energy efficiency and sustainability, will provide a 22,000 sqm space and be able to accommodate some 700 people. More than €30 million will be invested to build the complex, which will let the company save about 50% of the current building’s yearly operating costs.

Designed by the architect Maurizio Varratta, the Prysmian Group's new headquarters, similar to a typical Lombard factory, will recall the industrial roots of this area of Milan. In fact, the complex will consist of four wings, used for offices and services, connected by two large "greenhouses", i.e. full-height glazed areas intended for internal mobility. The "greenhouses" will be real oases of greenery and, thanks to the presence of plenty of vegetation and water tanks, will make a significant contribution towards improving energy efficiency and the internal microclimate.


Another feature of the building will be the extensive use of natural light thanks to extensive glazing. The complex will include the renovation of the Group's historic optical fibre spinning tower (about 50 m tall) and will also house an auditorium and a staff training centre.
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design: Maurizio Varratta
status: U/C
value: +30 mln euros

Prysmian Group, world leader in the energy and telecom cables and systems industry, is building its new hadquarters in the Bicocca district of Milan.




The building designed using the very latest in architectural innovations and paying great attention to energy efficiency and sustainability, will provide a 22,000 sqm space and be able to accommodate some 700 people. More than €30 million will be invested to build the complex, which will let the company save about 50% of the current building’s yearly operating costs.

Designed by the architect Maurizio Varratta, the Prysmian Group's new headquarters, similar to a typical Lombard factory, will recall the industrial roots of this area of Milan. In fact, the complex will consist of four wings, used for offices and services, connected by two large "greenhouses", i.e. full-height glazed areas intended for internal mobility. The "greenhouses" will be real oases of greenery and, thanks to the presence of plenty of vegetation and water tanks, will make a significant contribution towards improving energy efficiency and the internal microclimate.


Another feature of the building will be the extensive use of natural light thanks to extensive glazing. The complex will include the renovation of the Group's historic optical fibre spinning tower (about 50 m tall) and will also house an auditorium and a staff training centre.
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Old November 8th, 2015, 04:05 PM   #1511
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DOSSIER: the "Human Technopole"


Italian Government presents a very ambitious project to make Milan a scientific center. The post-Expo plan includes the socalled project "Human Technopole": ie the creation of an international research and applied technology center dedicated not only to the theme of Expo 2015 "Feeding the Planet, Energy for Life", but also to the skills that will help humanity in two fields: how to live a high quality life, increase the life expectancy.

The Human Technopole is organized into six districts: genomics, neurogenomics, nutrition, mathematical models and scientific data, bioinformatics, socio-economic impact.
Milan should become the center of attraction of the world's best minds in five areas of work:
1) Technologies for the welfare and how to address the aging
2) Precision medicine, integrating genomics and Big data analysis to defeat cancer and neurodegenerative diseases
3) Multidisciplinary technologies for feeding, nutrition, agronomy
4) Sustainable materials, green nanotechnology, food packaging, water cycle and waste management
5) Innovative solutions to preserve and enhance the cultural and artistic heritage of Italy

The Italian Institute of Technology in Genoa, the Institute for International Interchange in Turin, the Edmund Mach Foundation in Trento will work together for the creation of this project in Milan. Are included different collaborations with universities and private companies like University of Milan, Polytechnic of Milan, Assolombarda, the European Molecular Biology Laboratory, the Weizman Institute, IBM Labs, Google, Bayer, Dupont, ST Microelectronics, Ferrero, Barilla, Create, Glaxo Smith Kline, Novartis, Nestle, Unilever, Benetton, St. Paul, Crt, Umberto Veronesi Foundation.

The pole will direct its activities to specific objectives contained in the "Italy 2040 vision" program. The Human Technopole is conceived to attract at least 1,000 scientists and 600 students (post doctoral degree) from around the world (45% from abroad) and work together with private companies, with a positive impact on citizens and the Italian economy.

Eleven projects will engage more than a thousand researchers and about 100 industrial partnerships and are aimed at achieving improvements in four areas:
1) robotics support (for surgery, rehabilitation, prosthetics)
2) intelligent materials (plastics plant, water purification, biomedical applications)
3) nanomedicine (for example smart drugs)
4) genomics (mapping genes to prevent diseases)

In addition to the practical impact in these fields, Italian Prime Minister Renzi emphasizes the economic benefits of the project as one of the objectives is the reduction of the costs of the National Health Service of "at least 20% in ten years". The research development will foster the emergence of innovative companies in the pharmaceutical, assistance, nutrition. Finally, the document states, there will also be a benefit for the ''image of the country ", making Italy " the ideal place to live, but also a visible leader in the branches of science and technology".
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El Corte Inglés department store
Milan | Zone 1



After Westfield and Galeries Lafayette another great department store is expected to open in Milan. The Spanish chain El Corte Inglés will buy the Post Office building in central Milan. The palace located in Piazza Cordusio, in the historic center, should be completely restored and renovated.

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Feltrinelli Foundation
Milan | Zone 1


design: Herzog & De Meuron
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A new home for Fondazione Giangiacomo Feltrinelli, a project developed for the city of Milan and its residents. Along with the headquarters of the Fondazione - an internationally renowned center for study and research - the plan includes two additional buildings that will be mostly devoted to offices.

The peculiarity of the chosen area lies in its location, sitting along the route of the Spanish Walls: these ancient walls, dating back to the Fifteenth century, are the remains of a series of defensive works that defined the city boundaries ever since the Roman Times. By the end of the Nineteenth century, when the Bastioni (ramparts) were eventually opened, via Alessandro Volta marked the beginning of the urban expansion beyond the old walls, becoming a new connection axis between the historic center and Cimitero Monumentale.

Altogether, the Feltrinelli project will represent a major improvement of the Porta Volta area, benefiting the city and its residents. The project also includes the development of a green area featuring boulevards and bike paths, conceived as an extension of the existing avenues. At street level, the new buildings will host cafés, restaurants and shops, thus giving back to the residents an upgraded, more usable and livable area.
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Cascina Merlata new public school complex
Milan | Zone 8


design: Onsite Studio
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The architecture studio designed the school building of Cascina Merlata associating the image of an ancient architecture in the new town, establishing with the surrounding public space, a transition between interior and exterior space, and the physical presence of the building.


The new building is related to the settlement of the new city in antithetical terms: the compact and dense opposed to linear blocks buildings and through this difference expresses its public nature. Instead of school based on the aggregation of linear elements and functional blocks, the school of Cascina Merlata is distinguished by a more urban attitude, a body composed of three buildings around a court, a "building of buildings ", with the complexity and structure of a city block or a part of the city.




The compact volume relates sharply with the public space access to the north, as well as mainly with the square side and the great basin of the park, without transition elements or fences, so that the volume defines without mediation - with his own physical presence - the edges of the voids of the new urban system. The quiet mass building and its urban character produce a counterpoint to the dispersion of the city of open forms and folds, the functionalization of the buildings and the denial of the relationship between the building and public spaces that weakens the construction of the city.


The building, through its extended forms, tries to be a quiet presence, producing with their own characters and materials a sober sense of lack of time, trying to convey in the new town the historical characters and possess therefore the quality of duration. The project seeks to represent a neutral background, where the characters of clarity and rationality help to contain the "disorder" of school life. The project seeks to represent a scene through which the daily lives of children and young people - with their designs, expressions and relationships - can represent themselves without interfering.
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Ampere Residential Complex
Milan | Zone 3


design: Beretta Associati, MAB arquitectura

The project involves the complete replacement of existing buildings and the construction of a new residential complex.


It provides for the creation of a new block which identifies a new perimeter curtain, pulling the compendium from the buildings on via Vallazze, through the creation of a garden connected to the linear residence that allows visual permeability between the two roads Poggi – Ampere.

The new building complex, consisting of 11 stairwells, develops on the perimeter of the lot, determining a large center garden with tree plantings. The 5-storey residential buildings include also a basement where the car parks are planned for all the 101 apartments in the complex. On the ground floor are located the common services such as: entrance hall, local keeper, fitness and hobby room.


The section of the building is particularly interesting, as the apartments that face the garden have a living area with a one and a half height. This solution produces an interesting game of the facade, with the alternation of different sizes openings. The garden is divided into four large lawns, bordered by curbs and sessions, with different types of trees and shrubs, foliage and blooms interesting in all seasons. There will be a water tub made of stone in the middle of the garden with a large evergreen tree right in the centre of it.
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Dossier: The Expo site after the world event

Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi unveiled "Italy 2040", a project that maps out the potential future for the massive site of Expo Milano 2015 , the World's Fair that closed at the end of October. According to recent reports, the idea is to build a technology business district on the one-million-square-meter area, which is owned by Arexpo. A large chunk has been earmarked for the State University of Milan and a smaller area dedicated to applied research: in robotics, new materials and technologies, the biomedical sector and genome research. There have been contacts with a number of pharmaceutical companies (including Bayer and Novartis), agribusiness groups (Ferrero and Barilla) and foundations (Umberto Veronesi, Benetton, San Paolo, Crt). Initial overtures likely came either through the government, the company behind the Expo, or the business association Assolombarda.

In detail, more than 500,000 square meters will stay green, as called for in Arexpo's charter and as requested by the city of Milan; 200,000 square meters will be used to house new university campus; 70,000 may be used by the Italian Institute of Technology, which could become the coordinator of a center of research and technology for businesses, particularly in the robotics sector. But that spot could also be filled by Assolombarda, which might create an incubator for new companies; another could be entrusted to the Altagamma association, which specializes in fashion and culture. Some 20,000 students and at least 1,600 scientists would study and work there.

That leaves 100,000 square meters remaining. Construction should start in 2017 and the the first projects completed in 2020.
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Vicolo Santa Maria alla Porta
Milan | Zone 1


Restoration work at Vicolo Santa Maria alla Porta have been completed.


The project also involved the chapel of Santa Maria alla Porta. In the pavement are also present the signs of the WWII bombs. The works have brought to light the discovery of the original floor polychrome marble. Among the remains of the chapel it has been recovered the painting of the Madonna, long hidden behind a wooden box.



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