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Old November 17th, 2015, 09:06 PM   #1521
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Milano Alta
Milan | Zone 8


design: Flores&Prats Studio
developer: Vitali group
status: U/C soon
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By the renewal of the Portello Pavilion 1-2, Fondazione Fiera Milano is completing the transformation of the former Milanese fair exhibition.


The project provides for the redevelopment of former pavilions, the creation of a high-line park (inspired by the one in NYC) connecting Portello area with CityLife.










The pavilions will host 350-room hotel, entertainment and leisure centers, fashion and food stores with Made in Italy products, and more.
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Caimi Center
Milan | Zone 4


design: Michele De Lucchi, Giovanna Latis, Nicola Russi and others (restoration, redevelopment)
status: U/C
area: 15,000 sqm
value: 6 mln euros


Located in Porta Romana district, the Caimi Center, built in 1939 next to another building (home of the Franco Parenti Theater), was a public and multipurpose facility where people could enjoy free time following the motto of the ancient Romans "mens sana in corpore sano" ("a healthy mind in a healthy body"). There were pools, areas for fencing, boxing, doctor's office, the library and more. Designed by Lorenzo Secchi, the Caimi Center was part of the Milanese pools conceived during the 30s.




The Caimi center is a beautiful example of rationalist architecture, in harmony with European trends, and that has left a mark in the new architecture of the XX century that has inspired masters such as Giuseppe Terragni, Pietro Lingeri, Piero Portaluppi, Giovanni Muzio. With a low environmental impact, for the height and size of the facilities, the Caimi Center is protected by the Superintendence for Cultural Heritage and Landscape of Lombardy Region.





The complex was abandoned in 2007, and since that year has been vandalized following a gradual deterioration and general degradation with infiltration, sagging and infestations of herbs and shrubs.






The restoration, redevelopment project is conceived to host pools, tennis field, cultural areas, fashion catwalks, cafe, public spaces.



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Sant' Aquilino Chapel (Basilica of San Lorenzo)
Milan | Zone 1


Restoration work of the Sant'Aquilino Chapel at San Lorenzo Basilica have been completed. The Chapel of St. Aquilino, before being connected to the paleochristian basilica of San Lorenzo, was a small separate church, built in 5th century. Inside the octagonal chapel there are beautiful mosaics, a byzantine sarcophagus and more.


















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Old November 24th, 2015, 02:26 AM   #1524
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Montegrappa Building
Milan | Zone 9


design: Westway Architects


Milan’s modern architecture has always been characterized by inner courtyard buildings and the typical case di ringhiera (tenement with communal balconies). This consideration has led the Rome based studio Westway Architects (Architects Luca Aureggi and Maurizio Condoluci) to conceive an original renovation project of a building dating back to 1882, at the time intended for popular housing for rent, at Viale Montegrappa 16.


The new residential complex located in the area between Porta Nuova and Porta Garibaldi, which has become the symbol of the Milan of today, seems to connect the past with the present.


On the perimeter of the demolished old building, the new building, intended for commercial and residential use, has been built ensuring sustainability standards (energy certification CENED Class A) and adopting advanced technological and design solutions.


The building has a new façade that, respecting the environmental and historic constraints, has been redesigned by keeping the original nineteenth-century aesthetic, changing just a single detail: the two upper floors, used to finally align in height the new building with neighboring buildings, are enclosed in a glass skin. "It’s an element that breaks the rigor of the nineteenth century façade and declares the contemporary intervention, outlining all aspects of design: internal distribution, construction features, materials, housing standards, high energy performance and transition to mixed-use" declares the architect Maurizio Condoluci.


The surprise that one can experience when opening the door of a historic Milanese building, is confirmed in this prestigious building at Viale Montegrappa, whose court is divided horizontally by a suspended garden that separates the commercial ground floor, from the residential area. The residential part develops vertically in different buildings with different heights, from four to six floors above the court. The continuity between the two levels, commercial and residential, is given by two trees that pierce, with two large elliptical eyes, the suspended terrace cover overlooked by 25 apartments of different sizes and shapes.


"The units around the court have different heights and large terraces to give different horizontal and vertical views, avoiding the closure effect of the original scheme. Inside, the paths are divided by contrasting densities in order to increase the perception of lightness on the lower floors through a dilated spatiality, opposing to what happens on the outside of the building" explains architect Luca Aureggi.


Once inside, the contrast of the woodwork for the vertical and horizontal surfaces up to the third floor and the Bedonia stone, from the fourth to the sixth floor, defines the spaces and enhances sensory perception. The galleries, inspired by original scheme of the nineteenth century, are no longer public but private and usable as livable outdoor spaces, transforming the traditional tenements in modern homes, where the green terraces and the common areas complete the feeling of comfort and overall visual perception.


As for the exterior, in the apartments every single detail is thoroughly taken care of, with a functional distribution focused on and domestic spacing and fine materials and finishes. In line with increasingly sophisticated needs, they are also characterized by contemporary design furniture, such as the sliding glass walls (Rimadesio) and the kitchens (Boffi) including appliances.

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Il Curvo (The Curved One)
Milan | Zone 8


design: Daniel Libeskind
height: 168m
status: U/C
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After some delays, Il Curvo is officially U/C. The tower, designed by archistar Daniel Libeskind, will complete the iconic new district that is rising in central Milan: CityLife, with its 36.6 ha, is one of the greatest project currently under construction in the world; when completed, the area will be one of the largest pedestrian areas in Europe.


Characterized by a strong iconicity, thanks to its curved shape, the skyscraper is conceived as part of an ideal sphere, and it is directly connected, to shopping areas, covered walkways, public park and Tre Torri stop (Metro 5 - lilac line) located at the center of Piazza Tre Torri.





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Old November 29th, 2015, 07:33 PM   #1526
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Milano Sesto Heathcare City
Sesto San Giovanni | Milan urban area


design: Renzo Piano Building Workshop
status: U/C soon
value: +500 million euros
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Part of the former Falck areas in Sesto San Giovanni will host the Milano Sesto Healthcare City: a place which aims to unify a new hospital and an international research center.


A great European structure, for its importance, surrounded by green areas, a park with botanical plants, and with hospital rooms with a view only on trees that will be flanked by residences for relatives of patients and researchers, doctors.




The building will also have bars, cafeterias, retail spaces and more. It will be very close to the new FS station and its metro station (Metro 1 - red line).




The project is part of a more great masterplan, called Milano Sesto, that covers an area of ​​about 70 hectares (173 acres) of green spaces and over 1,3 million sqm area of new commercial and residential buildings, for a total investment of +4 billion euros.


Renzo Piano considers his project "a clean factory with zero emission". "It will be a great specialized hospital, with lowest energy consumption in the world. A magnificent place where doctors can take care of common people, and a true knowledge mecca for researchers of each nation. The dream of Italian scientist Umberto Veronesi, will become a reality in Milan: this is the European Institute of Oncology and Cancer Research Center" said archistar Renzo Piano, during a meeting at the headquarter of Infrastrutture Lombarde. In front of architects and engineers, Piano outlined how it is a pilot project: "Milano Sesto is an excellence in healthcare, but also architecture, because it abandons the idea of a gray and cold hospital, and revolutionize the whole concept, focusing on humanity and its relationship with nature".
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Old November 29th, 2015, 08:13 PM   #1527
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Old November 30th, 2015, 04:04 AM   #1528
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Agricittà
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design: Chapman Taylor


Restoration and redevelopment of a former 1930s factory in Milan. The project covers an area of 50,000 sqm and is divided into two phases; the restoration and contextual integration.


The architectural approach for the conservation of the existing structure creates a mix of retail and leisure functions. The second phase focuses more specifically on the landscape, with the aim of integrating the factory within the existing green area.
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Old November 30th, 2015, 03:33 PM   #1529
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Coca Cola basketball centre
Milan | Zone 6


design: Peia Associati

Former Coca Cola pavilion will be relocated in Robinson Park, in Famagosta area: it will become a basketball centre.












THE COCA COLA PAVILION AT EXPO 2015
The Coca-Cola Pavilion was located close to the Lake Arena, with a total area of ​​1,000 sqm divided on two floors and a double height square. The building is composed by modular elements and is made with sustainable, recyclable and reusable materials. On the exterior walls, made out of wood and glass, the famous Coca-Cola logo and the silhouettes contour, the historic glass bottle of Coca-Cola, are placed. Giant video images and hanging waterfalls stand above the entry and the exit of the building in order to create a play of light and transparency, creating a highly expressive external image. The use of equipment , sensors, and LED lighting allow further energy savings.
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Old December 3rd, 2015, 11:24 PM   #1531
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Plans are moving ahead in Milan to rezone and restructure former rail terminal areas, a huge undertaking that is likely to change the face of many areas of the city over the next decade.

The City of Milan, the region of Lombardy and state-owned railways Ferrovie dello Stato signed an agreement at Milan City Hall to rezone rail terminals in the metro area, involving eight major locations and a total of about 1.25 sqkm.

The document will be presented to Milan's city council by end-December for final approval, paving the way, according to a statement by the Ferrovie dello Stato, for “one of the most significant urban renewal projects undertaken anywhere in Italy for a very long time.”
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Progetto 10,000 Social Housing
Milan | Zone 4


design: Mangiavacchi Pedercini + Beretta Associati + MAB Arquitectura; Consorzio Stabile Arcale + Studio Giorgieri
status: U/C soon


The project will create 600 new housing social apartments.


Saving has been achieved by optimizing the space, starting from technical and services, designing and improving the choice of building technologies, to eliminate the superfluous. Finally construction companies and designers have worked side by side, to prevent "leakage of energy".
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State University of Milan - Department of Informatics
Milan | Zone 3


design: Isolarchitetti


The new spaces for the Department of Informatics, the new headquarters of the Students' Secretariat and the new library of the Faculty of Informatics, Physics, Chemistry and Biology are designed as functionally autonomous bodies within a complex architectural unit.


A new campus opens to the city through a new public square, the "Cuneo Green", which accompanies the perimeter road to the heart of the new block.

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CityLife: Park of Contemporary Art
Milan | Zone 8

design: various artists
status: planned

30 are the projects created by Italian and foreign artists for the new Park of Contemporary Art, but a jury will choose only 8 projects in January 10, 2016. From April 2016, citizens and visitors will admire the new sculptures within the new CityLife public park.


The UNDER 40 artists who are partecipating at the competition are: Alis / Filliol, Calò Giorgio Andreotta, Francesco Arena, Riccardo Benassi, Rossella Biscotti, Linda Fregni Nagler, Adelita Husni-Bey, Nicholas Martini, Margherita Moscardini, Ornaghi and Prestinari, Alice Ronchi, Matthew Rubbi, Elisa Strinna, Nico Vascellari, Serena Vestrucci, Maria Anwander, Mircea Cantor, Shilpa Gupta, Eva Koťátková, Maria Loboda, Armando Lulaj, Marie Lund, Haroon Mirza, Marlie Mul, Amalia Pica, Wilfredo Prieto, Jon Rafman, Timur Si-Qin, Rayyane Tabet, Xu Zhen.

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Antica Ca' Litta
Milan | Zone 1


design: Vittorio Grassi Architetto & Partners
value: 15.7 mln euros


A stone's throw from Milan's Cathedral, the project provides the restoration of an existing building, made of two blocks of different ages, that develops around a central courtyard that has still a considerable historical value. The first block, which is dating back to the 18th century, is facing Via Pantano and is listed as an historical building by the Italian Ministry of Culture.

The project includes redesigning the internal layout of this wing with the creation of 18 new, high quality apartments and addresses the renovation of the façades, by clearing all the added layers that have changed in a decisive manner the original architectural design. The second block is dating back to the seventies and is currently occupied by offices that will be redesigned by a general re-fitting of the workplace floors, a new lobby and a relaxing area facing the inner courtyard and by a new glazed structure on the roof. This new volume will host a buvette, a lounge area, top executive offices, and a roof garden.


Great attention has been paid to internal and external common spaces to create workplaces that can inspire. The goal is to design offices where people want to work and contribute to recruitment, productivity and well-being of employees. The environmental design looks after the workstation layouts, space allocations, air quality, acoustics and lighting, is in line with the latest directives of energy content and is characterized by an innovative use of a Building Management System.
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Monneret Campus
Milan | Zone 3


design: GaS Studio
status: completed


The project has provided for the recovery/reconstruction of an old building with the aim of creating a new residential complex for students and solve a series of problems related to safety, energy consumption, increasing the accommodation.

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DOSSIER: European Commission nominated Milan as winner of the 2016 Access City Award

On the occasion of the European Day for People with Disabilities, the European Commission is pleased to announce that Milan is the winner of the 2016 Access City Award. The award ceremony took place in the framework of the European Day of Persons with Disabilities 2015 conference, which started yesterday in Brussels and lasts until tonight. This year, the focus of the conference lies on children and young people with disabilities.

Under the title "Growing together in a barrier-free Europe", the event includes presentations and discussions about this group and inclusive education, as this represents an important way to ensure equal participation in work and society of persons with disabilities. The aim is to exchange good practices of inclusive education and promote active participation in society as well as on the labour market, at national as well as EU level.

In addition to its excellent and consistent accessibility efforts, Milan has also committed to projects to promote the employment of people with disabilities and to support independent living. Its building standards not only support accessibility and usability, but they also promote Universal Design standards, which aim to design products and spaces in a way that they can be used by the widest range of people possible. Milan is the winner of the EU Access City Award 2016, not only for its impressive steps to improve accessibility made in the past, but also for its ambitious plans for the future.
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Milan was the first Italian city to adopt LED technology in more than new 100,000 street lights, in order to make the city more beautiful, safe and eco-friendly.

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Galleria Manzoni
Milan | Zone 1


design: One Works
status: ongoing
area: 10,000 sqm (commercial: 4,340 sqm; theatre: 3,500 sqm; restaurants: 600 sqm; offices: 590 sqm)


Milan City Council has approved project for the completely renovation of the Galleria Manzoni.

The Galleria Manzoni was a hub of primary importance within the city's film and theater system. The multiple civic values, which the building came to symbolize, recognized in the cultural excellence of its programming, the innovative technology of its equipment, the distinguishability of its shopping gallery, and its recognition as the city's center elite social circle.

The new Galleria Manzoni, therefore, aims to recover a pro-active part within the urban fabric side by side with its present day neighbors, such as the Palazzo Armani, Swiss Institute and Piazza della Scala. Parallel to the logical and necessary restoration of such a legacy, concerning both material and cultural conservation, there is the urgent need to reestablish the functionality of the Galleria Manzoni facilities. The design proposal is both respectful of the existing materials and structures and revolutionary in completely redefining the spatial hierarchies of the building.


The Galleria Manzoni, built to host a cinema and theater, is an introverted organism: two halls of formidable dimensions are entirely contained within. They communicate with the outside world exclusively through the entrance/exit doors that conduct one to the atrium, then from there to the Galleria, and finally to the public street. Identified in the design process, however, lies the possibility to invert this configuration in terms of both perception and use, with only a few adjustments. Through the restoration process, the Galleria Teatro Manzoni becomes an openly inclusive space, having a continuous relationship with the dynamics of the surrounding city.


The project foresees a change in the spatial experience beginning with the Galleria's access points. The difficulty in this case consists in ensuring maximum visibility to the building along the passageways facing it, whose street front sections restrict the view of the inner facade. The main glass door, painted black on the backside (with details in tones of brass, harmonized with the interior fixtures), upon which the name is to be clearly read captivates passerbys on Via Manzoni. The door also incorporates a multifunctional screen device for theater patrons.

Visitors arriving from the opposite side, along Via Borgospesso, encounter the building situated on a small plaza, Largo Montagna, which conceived as a public sitting room. Two important functions configure the small piazza as a natural link with this quiet neighborhood street. Firstly the presence of new restaurants greatly needed in the fashion district. Secondly, the renewed pedestrian continuity with the Galleria obtained visually through the elongation of the storefront windows. The new openings on to the plaza transforms the relationships between the open and closed spaces, generating direct visual connection between the public space of the Galleria and the once invisible interior.



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CityLife: Park of Contemporary Art
Milan | Zone 8

design: various artists
status: planned

The jury has selected the eight sculptures created by Italian and foreign artists for the new Park of Contemporary Art. The artworks have been selected among 30 proposals.

Here the models:

Daily Desiderio by Riccardo Benassi (1982, from Italy)


Come fare? by Rosella Biscotti (1978, from Italy)


Orphys by Linda Fregni Nagler (1976, from Italy)


Untitled by Shilpa Gupta (1976, from India)


Palco dell’Estinzione by Adelita Husni-Bey (1985, from Italy)


Beso by Wilfredo Prieto (1978, from Cuba)


Cieli di Belloveso by Matteo Rubbi (1980, from Italy)


Vedovelle e Draghi Verdi by Serena Vestrucci (1986, from Italy)

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