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Old August 7th, 2016, 03:17 AM   #1661
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16-18 Viale Liberazione
Milan | Zone 9


Finally, this old construction at the corner of Viale della Liberazione and Via Melchiorre Gioia will be completely redeveloped in line with the architectural style of Porta Nuova's new buildings.


The green area in front of the building will be improved too as part of the upcoming 'Library of Trees' public park.


Construction work is expected to be completed by 2018.


Area: Offices (19,890 sqm) + Archives (2,000 sqm)
Underground Parkings: 235

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Social Housing Complex - Unit R2/R3
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Fratelli Cozzi Museum
Legnano | Milan urban area


design: Buratti Architetti
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Fratelli Cozzi Museum is owned by Alfa Romeo (an Italian carmaker), the facility houses a functional showroom and extensive automotive museum under the same roof.





The sole use of white on the exterior and in the showroom makes the building stand out from its urban surroundings, drawing the attention of potential visitors as they pass by. vehicles visible from windows provide color to the scene, which aids in the continual tightening of viewers' gazes as they approach.








Accessible from within the showroom, is the sub-level museum. A surreal, vibrant red staircase acts as the transition point, opening into a space nearly unrecognizable from its ground level counterpart. Black surfaces create a sense of enchantment, depth, and preciousness. Above vehicles, which are displayed throughout the entire area, are direct spotlights that highlight the impeccable finish of each.




In the space's perimeter, are small niches collectively referred to as cozzi lab created for scholars, researchers, and admirers, the info-centric areas offer various documents and material samples connected to the company. The museum is arranged chronologically, offering guests a unique experience through the extensive archives of Alfa Romeo.



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Axa Investment Managers - Real Assets acquired an office complex located in the historic center of Milan for 120 million euro. It comprises two separate office buildings.


Alessio Lucentini, Head of Asset Management & Transactions Axa IM - Real Assets in Italy, commented: "With over 1.6 billion euro of transactions in the last three years, of which 700 million dedicated to buildings used for offices in Milan, this latest acquisition further demonstrates our confidence in the long-term prospects of the Italian real estate and sustainable market demand for conductors in Milan in particular, the main financial hub of the country".

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Palazzo Broggi
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Palazzo Broggi, the former UniCredit Bank headquarters, is set to be restored (works completed by 2019).
The palace, located in Piazza Cordusio (Milan's historic centre), will host luxury hotel and a few offices.





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The total surface appointed for the 'Library of Trees' (Biblioteca degli Alberi) measures approximately 9 hectares. Total investment is of 9-10 million euro. In the graph below, in detail the first trance of construction work of Porta Nuova's new contemporary urban park.













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DOSSIER: Starbucks set to open first Italian "design" store in Milan historic center

Starbucks Chairman and CEO, Howard Schultz, returns to the country that inspired its creation. The American chain has big plans for the first store that will open in Italy: Italians and tourists can enjoy the design store within a great historic palace of Piazza Cordusio, not so far from the Milan's Cathedral. Starbucks is planning to invest 30 million USD for the first Milanese store.


The store design will be different than the traditional Starbucks stores around the world, it will be based on the new concept "Reserve Roastery & Tasting Room" of Seattle (which will also be replied in New York City): wood counters, design furniture, machines that grind the coffee in real time and an exclusive new recipe in honour of the city of Milan. There will also be a new logo and gadgets. In addition, the collaboration with Princi, will provide quality food to the Milanese store.


Thirty-three years ago, Schultz took his first business trip to Milan and Verona, a journey that changed his life forever. Inspired by the craftsmanship of the Milanese barista, the spirit of the Italian people, their passion for community, their friendliness and taste for quality, Schultz's vision for Starbucks began to take root. "Starbucks history is directly linked to the way the Italians created and executed the perfect shot of espresso. Everything that we’ve done sits on the foundation of those wonderful experiences that many of us have had in Italy, and we've aspired to be a respectful steward of that legacy for 45 years" said Schultz. "Now we're going to try, with great humility and respect, to share what we've been doing and what we've learned through our first retail presence in Italy. Our first store will be designed with painstaking detail and great respect for the Italian people and coffee culture. And, my hope is that we will create a sense of pride for our partners – so much so that every partner who sees our store or walks through the doors will say: We got it right."
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DOSSIER: City of Milan launched international competition to redesign area around Sforza Castle


The City of Milan launched an international competition for the urban renewal and redesign of the functional aspects of Piazza Castello - Foro Buonaparte area. The competition is divided into two phases: phase one is anonymous and has the goal of selecting the 10 best design projects to be admitted to the subsequent phase; phase two, which shall also be anonymous, shall identify the best design project from among those selected in the first phase.

The main deadlines for the competition procedure are as follows:
September 5, 2016 Deadline for receipt of requests for clarification for the first phase
September 8, 2016 Deadline for publication of responses to requests for clarification received by June 27, 2016 for the first phase
September 13, 2016 Final deadline for receipt of proposed design projects for the first phase
September 15, 2016 First public session of the Jury
September 27, 2016 Publication of the alphanumeric codes assigned those project proposals admitted to the second phase of the competition
January 9, 2017 Final deadline for receipt of requests for clarification for the second phase
January 12, 2017 Final deadline for publication of the responses to requests for clarification made during the second phase
January 17, 2017 Final deadline for receipt of preliminary projects related to the second phase



Castello Sforzesco (Sforza Castle) from above

The goal that the local government intends to pursue with the Piazza Castello – Foro Buonaparte International Competition is to achieve a contemporary design of the urban space in the current area of Foro Buonaparte and Piazza Castello, reinterpreting and enhancing it, starting with the re-designing of the open spaces, the spatial aspect of the historical city and the monuments found there, allowing it greater usability suitable to contemporary collective rituals.

These spaces should be confirmed as places of great civic and symbolic expression, as part of that system of great monumental urban spaces that goes from Piazza Duomo along the axes of via Mercanti, via Orefici and via Dante, through the Castello to reach Parco Sempione. A transition from ‘city’ to ‘landscape’ that is well expressed in the design of the historical city and that begs to be reinterpreted both in terms of use and shape in this design competition, also following the changes that took place in terms of use and infrastructures established due to contemporary ways of using the inherited historical and monumental parts of the city.

It is felt that this transition from ‘city’ to ‘landscape’ was expressed well here, in the moment of its conception at the end of the nineteenth century, as a different articulation of the ‘boulevard’ typology, transformed into the ‘urban boulevard’ by Foro Buonaparte as a transition toward the city, and in the guise of a ‘landscape boulevard’ for Piazza Castello, as a transition toward the gardens and the moats of Castello Sforzesco and Parco Sempione.




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One of the tasks asked of the designers is to bring together and arrange the plurality of themes, that are sometimes even conflicting, in a formal and functional synthesis that characterizes these monumental spaces and makes them complex precisely because they are constantly called upon by processes of modernization and adaptation for the multiple uses that have developed over the course of decades if not centuries. The themes vary from the representation of civic values to that of easy access for citizens and people using public transportation or sustainable mobility, to those of cultural and tourism use, to those of taking a break and recreational purposes of inhabitants, workers and tourists. In this sense, the slogan from ‘Piazza d’Armi to Piazza delle Arti’ (From ‘arms’ to arts), adopted for this competition, sums up well the metamorphosis that has taken place over these last centuries of urban history, from a specific, sectorial use to a broader and broader use for the many beneficiaries of the city.

In particular, the designers are invited to orient their thinking toward criteria that tend to:

1) To simplify what is already there, in the sense of reducing as much as possible the number and type of the many components on the ground that over time have overlapped, sometimes incoherently. For example, ‘temporary’ elements such as signs, road signs, kiosks, technical devices, different types of elements of the urban furniture, and illumination. Or more ‘stable’ elements such as buildings, materials, shapes or geometrics in the pavement that often have been left from preceding functional uses linked to the circulation of vehicles or parking places. The objective of simplifying is to restore the spaces to their essential typology so that the elements of the pavement, vegetation, trees, and urban furnishings, can all contribute to the reduction of the semantic redundancy and allow for enhancing aspects of the buildings and monuments that are present in this part of the city. Another objective is to use, in general, lasting materials that are easy to maintain, and that are suitable for the existing monumental context.

2) To integrate the various design materials in a solution that is synthetic both in usage and form. The design and the materials for the pavements, the plan for the vegetation and trees, the concept for traffic flow and parking, the illumination design and the elements for illuminating, the plan for the elements of urban furnishings, the project or positioning of the technical elements (manhole covers, grates, parking barriers, ventilation grilles for underground services) must be integrated in a single concept with the goal of expressing a lasting civic dimension, appropriate for the monumental aspect of these places.

3) To hybridize the different forms of usage both in the formal and the functional aspects, starting even from the reinterpretation of the types of boulevard, as manifested in the ‘urban boulevard’ of Foro Buonaparte and the ‘landscape boulevard’ of Piazza Castello. Starting from the definition of the “Areas for Privileged Pedestrian Traffic’ of the Urban Plan for Sustainable Mobility, the entrants are asked to formulate design hypotheses that allow for forms of “coexistence of use” among pedestrian use, cyclist use, partial private vehicle access, and pubic transportation access, resident parking and temporary parking or standing, or the occasional presence of selected commercial events or recreational activities with large public turnout.


The definitive design project will be subjected to an evaluation by the Superintendence for Architecture and Landscape.
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DOSSIER: Renzi presents 'Pact for Milan'. €2.5 billion public investment for new infrastructures, urban renewal

The 'Pact for Milan' was presented by Prime Minister Matteo Renzi in Italy’s business capital. The plan focuses on five main issues including infrastructures and urban renewal in Milan’s periphery. The list also includes the refugee and migrant emergency, which is close to a partial solution thanks to the use of the Montello former military barracks.

Here are the main chapters. First and foremost, the priority is investing in subway trains. The document mentions line 2 (with investment of around €77 million, between new trains and the upgrade of the rail network, partly funded by the railway company and partly by the government) and line 5. The itinerary of Line 1 will be extended to Cinisello Balsamo, as the project is already at an advanced phase with €20 million of extra costs planned. The second issue concerns the conversion of the former railway stations - seven in Milan - for an overall surface of 1.2 million square meters. The project is worth €130 million, which should be paid by Ferrovie dello Stato. Around €50 million should be spent on direct works and another €80 million on related works. The plan, after having been rejected by the city council, must now be rewritten.

The third issue tackles another emergency in Milan: the solution to the Seveso river flooding. The are around €120 million of funds already available. The fourth chapter was the priority of mayor Giuseppe Sala’s electoral program: the renewal of Milan’s urban hinterland. The project is partly included in the program on former railway stations and infrastructure, but involves also matters of social policy. The administration has been managing 30,000 public housing units, which were until recently in the care of regional agency Aler. In some cases the housing units will be renovated, in some cases rebuilt from scratch. The administration is planning to invest around €120 million.

Finally, a chapter will be dedicated to internationalization efforts, with a particular focus on relations with European regulatory agencies potentially interested in moving their headquarters from London to Milan, following the exit of the Brexit referendum. The focus is on the European Medicines Agency (EMA), which could be based in the area where the Expo 2015 was held and where the creation of a Human Technopole is now planned by the government. Contacts between the City of Milan and EMA are ongoing: in June, Milan mayor Giuseppe Sala met with the agency’s executive director, Guido Rasi.
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It's in Porta Nuova, not so far from Corso Como or skyscrapers like UniCredit Tower and Solaria Tower. Eataly store, just to give you another indication, is behind the building we are speaking about.
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Very nice recladding, where is located in Milan?
Here;
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DOSSIER: Apple is getting ready to build iconic store in Milan's historic center

Apple's founder, Steve Jobs, had a dream: open an Apple megastore within the famous Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II. Over the years, things have changed, but the idea to build an "house" in the heart of the fashion capital never vanished. Now that dream is at a turning point: Apple Piazza Liberty is expected to become one of the world's most prestigious megastores.


The Apple Store Fifth Avenue in NYC

This is not the first official store that opens in Milan, but differently than others, it will be characterized by a strong iconicity and will unify the technological innovation with the Italian culture and Milan's glamour. "The store will have an incredible design, and it will be a symbol of appreciation of Italian culture" said Apple CEO, Tim Cook, in an interview with Corriere della Sera.

Apple Piazza Liberty will be located not so far from the famous Milan's Cathedral. British archistar Sir Norman Foster redesigned an entire plaza. The project submitted is still partly secret to the public (renders published soon), but the City Council of Milan and the Superintendence of Cultural Heritage are already working on the plan.

The plaza will be completely transformed by creating a staircase from street level to main entrance of megastore. Surrounded by buildings, a 7-meters-high glass parallelepiped will stand at the center of the square. A sort of waterfalls are included in the project too. The store will host events related to the world of cinema (and not only) in memory of the historic Apollo Cinema: the glass walls could be used as large-scale screens to entertain the people passing through the square.

The US company hopes to break ground after Christmas holidays or early 2017; construction work should take one year.

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Gucci Hub
Milan | Zone 4


design: Piuarch
area: 30,154 sqm
status: completed


After three years of restoration, Italian luxury fashion brand Gucci inaugurated "Gucci Hub" in the historic Caproni aeronautics factory near Milan's Linate Airport. The space covers 30,154 sqm and brings together the fashion house's Milan offices, worldwide showrooms, fashion show venue and graphics and photo studios in one location. The center was redeveloped following guidelines of sustainable architecture. Renewable energy systems like photovoltaic panels are included in the project. New green spaces, common gardens and green walls were created for workers and visitors.


"The concept and design of our new Milan location symbolize every aspect of the new chapter that Gucci opened at the start of last year" said Marco Bizzarri, president and chief executive officer of Gucci. "This highly contemporary space, rendered from within a historic building, will foster and nurture an open working environment that is at the core of a true learning organization. It will also become a place of cultural exchange, when we present the collections each season" he added.











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DOSSIER: Piazza Cordusio is getting a makeover


Milan's Piazza Cordusio is getting a makeover, shifting from banking to retail as its real estate changes hands. Piazza Cordusio could thus become the link between the outdoor shopping gallery represented by Via Dante and the luxury of the Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II. Many of the owners agree that the square is in need of an initial "clean up" phase from the too many cars and motorcycles, and then of a review of traffic and especially of the tram lines.

The square is anchored by UniCredit's former headquarters at Palazzo Broggi bought by Chinese investors Fosum for €345 million, and by the former Post Office building bought by US fund Blackstone for €130 million.

"We are working on an international-level project that we hope will be recognized throughout the world and contributes to redeveloping this plaza, respecting the urban landscape and the Milanese culture within a more general process of the enhancement of the historic center" explains Antoine Castro, head of European investments for Fosun. The Fosun project will be handled by Italians only, without considering that Fosun intends to have a team of six people based in Milan and dedicated to Italy, the country that interests this Chinese giant not only for real estate but also for fashion.

In the meantime, the long-term prospects for Palazzo Broggi include the arrival of shops, and on the upper floors, of a luxury hotel. Italian fashion luxury brand Dolce&Gabbana has been mentioned in relation to this hotel, though its interest has not been formalized. There are four international chains in the running and the future manager has already been chosen among them: Marriott, Hilton, Shangri-La and InterContinental. But it is Hilton, according to the latest market rumors, which has won the tender with the Waldorf Astoria brand.

As already anticipated in previous post, in the 'piazza', in the former Post Office building, which will reopen in June 2017, there will be the first Starbucks Roastery, the only space in Europe for the new brand that focuses on rare and distinctive coffees. For its opening, the American chain has invested over USD 30 million in a joint venture with Italian group Percassi.

But the real estate deals in Piazza Cordusio didn’t stop there. Before the start of summer, it was Hines' turn. With a private negotiation, they purchased a building owned by Sorgente for €120 million. "The work will begin in the first months of 2017" said Mario Abbadessa, Hines' country manager in Italy. "We are planning offices and retail".

Then there is the Cattolica insurance company that purchased Palazzo Biandrà at the end of 2012 for €100 million. And Benetton which recently has restructured the building at the corner of Via San Prospero.
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