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Old June 11th, 2017, 04:05 PM   #1901
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"Library of Trees", Porta Nuova's new public park, is still U/C... but the first planted trees and flowers are growing



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Updates Fondazione Prada (Contemporary Art Museum by Prada)
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DOSSIER. Portions of Spanish Walls are re-emerged in Porta Volta.

Excavation works were underway for construction the third building of Feltrinelli project (see official thread), designed by Herzog and De Meuron, in Porta Volta area. But archaeologists have found important portions of the ancient Spanish Walls.
















Over history, Milan has had three sets of city walls built around it in succession: the Roman Walls, the Medieval Walls, and the Spanish Walls. Their traces form concentric rings around the heart of the city; with the Medieval Walls and the Spanish Walls now followed by a route of ring roads: the Cerchia dei Navigli and the Cerchia dei Bastioni respectively.

The so-called 'Mura Spagnole' (Spanish Walls) were built between 1546 and 1560 in obedience to the will of Ferrante Gonzaga, city governor during the Spanish rule of Milan.
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Updates E1-E2 Building / The Showroom (Porta Nuova district)

Do you remember the news of few weeks ago about this building in Porta Nuova? see here



Well, architecture firm Piuarch announced his project...

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Monday, you know, is the most difficult day of the week. But an evening spent with a panoramic view on the new Milan skyline could surely increase our mood.
Her's what we imagine for our Porta Nuova Building!

So, we'll have this new panoramic terrace with a view on the upcoming 'Library of Trees' public park, and on buildings like the Bosco Verticale (Vertical Forest) and the UniCredit Tower with Gae Aulenti Square. And soon, near E1-E2 Building/The Showroom, there will be another beautiful tower with greenery and a terrace with a garden (UnipolSai Tower).
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DOSSIER. City of Milan announces plan for new transportation hub.


A new transportation hub to connect the city center with Milano Linate Airport; Milan subway network; the rail lines which serves the suburbs; the Idroscalo; and the upcoming Westfield Milan (one of the largest luxury shopping centers in Europe). There is also the intention, within this hub, to build a new station for the trains of national high-speed rail network.

Local authorities agreed over the plan. "It will be a great hub with the goal to improve accessibility from/to the city. This is Milano Porta Est" said Marco Granelli, Milan Councillor for Mobility. Now it's up to Metropolitana di Milano analyze costs and benefits of each scenario to make the project real.
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DOSSIER. Skyscrapers, parks and Circle Line: local authorities, FS agreed over the plan of former rail yards.

The plan, approved by City of Milan, Regione Lombardia, Ferrovie dello Stato Italiane, Rete Ferroviaria Italiana and FS Sistemi Urbani, provides for the redevelopment of seven former railway yards. The plan is included in the big urban transformation expected to revolutionate Milan over the next decade.


Farini > 618,733 sqm / 6,659,986 sqft
Porta Romana > 216,614 sqm / 2,331,614 sqft
San Cristoforo > 158,256 sqm / 1,703,453 sqft
Porta Genova > 89,137 sqm / 959,462.6 sqft
Greco-Breda > 73,526 sqm / 791,427.2 sqft
Lambrate > 70,187 sqm / 755,486.6 sqft
Rogoredo > 21,132 sqm / 227,462.9 sqft


In particular, the plan envisages the creation of new parks; Circle Line with stations; skyscrapers and lowrise buildings to be used for offices, residences, retail, entertainment, culture and services.

Circle Line

The agreement outlines functional vocations for each area. In particular:
Farini > skyscrapers, services, etc; urban park (307,808 sqm / 3,313,218 sqft)
Porta Romana > towers, culture, etc; urban park (93,613 sqm / 1,007,642 sqft)
San Cristoforo > naturalistic oasis of 140,199 sqm / 1,509,089 sqft
Porta Genova > fashion and design; green areas
Greco > university, services; green areas
Lambrate > university, services; green areas
Rogoredo > social housing, services.

Green areas. Creation of new urban parks.

The next step, to be done within 6 months, is the launch of an international competition for the realization of a master plan. The first area to be redesigned is Farini (the former rail yard close to Porta Nuova).

http://www.ediliziaeterritorio.ilsol...?uuid=AEttubkB
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Old June 24th, 2017, 05:13 PM   #1908
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DOSSIER. Milan's canals to reopen with plans for new tunnel


Progress is being made in plans to reopen Milan's canal system.
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The trails of the idea to make Milan accessible from the sea are lost in the chronicles of times that date before the times of the design and construction of the first artificial navigable canal. The canals were a passing route not only for the merchandise on its’ way to Milan but also for the marble of Candoglia used for the construction of the Milan's Cathedral and, in more recent times, a transporting route for the rolls of paper used by the typewriters of Corriere della Sera.

The construction of the Naviglio Grande begun in 1179 and in 1209 the Naviglio arrived to Milan. Since the first day of the construction the best engineers undertook the project and even today it is possible to admire the innovative system of dams conceived by Leonardo da Vinci at the end of 15th Century. Once upon a time: a view of the Navigli, the navigable canals of Milan. It took only 35 years, from 1439 to 1475, to build 90 kilometres of canals on the Milan territory made navigable thanks to the existence of 25 valleys, a characteristic no other city has. The development of the system didn’t stop at this point. On the contrary, when Leonardo da Vinci begun working on the project in 1482, the Martesana was improved and he also started setting up a new system of canals that would make navigation from Valtellina to Milan possible.

It was 1482 when Leonardo da Vinci, as soon as he arrived in Milan, was assigned by Ludwig II il Moro with the task to study a system that would make the navigation from Lake Como to Milan possible. Leonardo, who already designed the system of the dams in order to solve the problem of height difference of the territory making the navigation possible didn't miss the chance to draw some sketches that are preserved today in the Museum of Navigli. Since then the Navigli were characterized by a continuous development particulary by the construction of new canals and dams. This is how the canals' system became a fundamental means of communication for the city of Milan. The historical canals have been closed when the historical city plan changed between 1929 and the 1960s.

The first reports of the technical committee, including feasibility studies, will be on the mayor's desk by the end of the month. One concerns the underground tunnel to carry water from the Naviglio Martesana to the Darsena, following the old route of the waterway's inner ring. The second report is the one being prepared by Milan's transport authority, AMAT, including data on the reduced access to the city centre due to work in Area C, in force since February. It also includes projections on the effects of a hypothetical closure to private traffic of the roads running alongside the inner canal ring route, in anticipation of the reopening of the watercourse.

Confirming that discussion of the Navigli issue is near to completion, on Wednesday the mayor, during a live Facebook broadcast, said: "I was committed to holding a referendum at the end of the year" or "in January or February 2018" at the latest. There are two possibilities: "a total reopening, or the opening of individual sections, but creating the conditions for a total opening". The wording of the referendum text is however still to be decided. Sala added: "We will assess the situation, will tell you how long it will take, how much it will cost, what disruption it will cause and what the end result will be". It will be a decision taken together with the councillors: "I'm too biased, I admit; I've written a book on the Navigli; I really believe in this project and think it makes a lot of sense".

Sample: Ponte delle Gabelle with new canals

The underground aqueduct, said Professor Antonello Boatti, one of the technicians, is important to the city, independently of the re-opening of the canals. The project involves separating the River Seveso and the Naviglio Martesana, which in the 1960s were merged into a single canal in Via Melchiorre Gioia, where it intersects Via Carissimi, so that they can travel along a straight line as far as the intersection with Viale Monte Santo. Here, they will merge to become the Redefossi canal. In essence, the Seveso will continue to flow through the Cavo Redefossi, which will also be the subject of two maintenance projects amounting to €15m, while the Martesana will resume its original route along Via San Marco, where there is already a channel, and then from Via Senato down to the Darsena. Its waters are clean, and besides contributing to the maintenance of the port of Milan, will flow along the Naviglio Pavese to irrigate the fields, rather than be dispersed as at present in the River Lambro and then the Po. That's not all. "The presence of the main channel will be useful for residents who use geothermal heating/cooling systems with heat pumps and drain the (clean) groundwater into the sewer", the technicians clarified. This is clean water that today paradoxically ends up in the purification plant. The main channel will also allow partial openings to be made in the inner sections of the Naviglio, from the Incoronata basin to that of Via Varenna or Via Locati.

A heated debate has been taking place at City Hall. Views range from the extreme position of the Green Party's Elena Grandi, who wants "to close off the route taken by inner ring of the canal system, already affected by work on the M4 metro line, to private traffic immediately", to that of the Lega's Simone Di Gennaro, who is concerned about balancing costs against benefits.
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Updates Redevelopment / Restyling works of some old/abandoned buildings in Porta Nuova

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Updates Maggiore Hospital
design > Stefano Boeri (the same architect of Bosco Verticale), Barreca & La Varra
client > Fondazione Ospedale Maggiore Policlinico Mangiagalli e Regina Elena
area > 80,000 sqm

New renders of the eco-sustainable hospital to be built in central Milan, with an investment of 266 million euro.
The project includes world's largest therapeutic roof garden. Works are expected to be concluded in 2022.

















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DOSSIER. Milan thinks to build new City Hall.

Palazzo Marino: Milan's City Hall, main seat

A new skyscraper will host Milan's City Hall: an hi-tech building to be built in Porta Nuova or Farini (one of the future's urban developments in the city). The idea was launched by the mayor who intends to launch the project during his administration.

The federal skyscraper, with offices and concentrated activities, must have all the conditions to become a new landmark of the city. A reference point for citizens and businesses, with services like digital access to documentation and more. A skyscraper inspired by an innovative and modern architectural conception in respect of both high-quality design and eco-sustainability. In few words, the City Hall of the future.

City officials may launch an international competition similar to the one adopted for Palazzo Lombardia.

Palazzo Lombardia (161 m): main seat of the government of Milan's region

The new City Hall may also host restaurants and shops as well as a series of services like gyms and nursery. Also the new institutional pole must have an easy access to public transports: an idea, in this sense, might be a direct access to the Milan subway system.
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Updates UTC Tower (Porta Nuova district)
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Refurbishment work of this building (90 meters tall) built in 1966.

Requalification includes building remediation, structural reinforcement, energy insulation, internal thermal comfort, etc. Another goal is to maintain as much as possible the aesthetics of the original design and create a different concept for the façade of the new entrance element.






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Opposite the building, there is the rhythmic series of brick blocks of the Caproni factory, with their shed roof and industrial archaeology charm: the four-star destination M89 Hotel faces the factory halls that one hundred years ago hosted one of the leading aviation companies and which are now home to fashion brand Gucci, after a meticulous renovation and expansion project (see more here).








On the outside, the hotel hints at the outline of factory halls: the ground floor features a wide glass wall with a metal grate, at the same height of the industrial buildings as an ideal continuation of the permeable facade on the street. The roof, instead, reinterprets the industrial shed system in a contemporary key: the cover takes the shape of a fascinating complex profile and takes a step back to leave room to the terrace framed by full-height glass walls. The roof also hosts the panoramic restaurant, with a view of the Milan skyline, open both to hotel guests and to the public.




Indoors, the hotel boasts the same minimalist character of its enclosure: its business vocation inspires a streamline design, revolving around refined colour contrasts between anthrax grey, white and green and a mix of contemporary furniture and iconic 1950s pieces.






At the entrance, a large fluid area hosts the reception desk, the lobby and a bar: the white ceiling, spangled with cylindrical light fixtures, is in contrast with the hexagonal floor tiles, creating an evocative decorative effect; the anthrax grey walls, instead, are embellished with prints reproducing the architectural heritage of the former Caproni factory and which we find again in the restaurant area on the top floor.


The floors from the first to the fifth host the 50 rooms and 5 suites, whose interiors are decorated as a negative of the public areas. What differentiates the rooms from the suites are the finishing details, more precious in the suites with oak parquet floors and elegant walnut boiserie. Nothing is superfluous and the décor is ensured by the wise combination of materials and functional distribution, for a project that creates perfect consistency between indoor and outdoor, with the crowning and its multi-faceted outline as the true protagonist of the restored building.
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Statal University of Milan - Faculty of Veterinary Medicine
Milan UA | Lodi 26900 LO


design > Kengo Kuma & Associates

The new building complex completes the Veterinary Medicine Park of Lodi (Statal University of Milan). It is inserted into an agricultural setting and completes the facilities built in the Nineties (University Veterinary Hospital and Livestock Experimental Teaching Center).




The project involves the construction of all the main teaching and administrative spaces as well as those serving the University. Including the construction of interior roads, parking, technological rooms, landscaping of the Campus.

The completion of the Livestock Center is also anticipated, with the construction of two new buildings, to be used for the study and production of feed, to illustrate the processing of meat and milk and other experimental activities such as: apiculture, sensory tasting, bio lab, etc. An existing building will also be renovated, to modernize the dissecting rooms of the Hospital.




The primary objective of the project is to integrate the architecture with the surrounding agricultural landscape, characterized by irrigation channels, in order to create a strong connection with the local environment. The enhancement of the mill race, as a welcoming area and fulcrum of the relationship and social activities of the Campus, was decisive for the awarding of the project. This site will serve as access door to the existing buildings of the Campus. All the new public departments of the University will face it (hall, auditorium, library, and restaurant). A bridging building will link the student spaces with the research spaces, facilitating the connection and interaction between the various scientific areas of the Campus.







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I like this black building. Sometimes, black is really beautiful! Good idea for such a budget-class hotel.
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Oh, i've seen its four-star - so it isn't really budget-class
By the way it looks nice, good job done!
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DOSSIER. Milan attracts more tourists; students and creatives love it.


Royal Palace of Monza and its gardens (built in late 18th century)

Websites and maps have been updated. Milan is not only Italy's financial capital, one of the world capitals of fashion and design, a metropolis which attracts people from around the world. It is a large widespread museum: a place of art and culture. An international attraction for tourists, students and creatives.

If the official bullettin of Milan's new magic moment started two years ago in occasion of the World Expo 2015 "Feeding the Planet, Energy for Life", now arrived a further confirm from a new report by the European Commission which examined more than one hundred cities in 30 European countries. Milan emerged for its new modernity, vibrant cultural scene and future appointments.


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XXL Group (more than 1 million inhabitants)
Paris claims first place by a clear margin, followed by Munich, Prague, Milan and Brussels. Paris leads in both the "Cultural Vibrancy" and "Creative Economy" sub-indices and comes second in "Enabling Environment", with Munich coming second on "Creative Economy". However, there is no one recipe for success: while Munich and Brussels score particularly well on "Creative Economy",Prague and Milan are stronger on "Cultural Vibrancy". Results are particularly robust for Paris and Munich. The narrow confidence intervals reported in Table 5 indicate that the two cities maintain their first and second position respectively under different modelling scenarios. Milan appears to be a strong competitor to Prague, as the Italian city could also come third instead of fourth, depending on the modelling assumptions. Vienna is a potential competitor to both Milan and Brussels as it could have taken either fourth or fifth position under different modelling assumptions.

MILAN
Milan is an important cultural and educational centre, a major (and growing) tourist destination and a global creative economy hub. The city is world-renowned for fashion and design and the high-level international events taking place every year (e.g. Milan Fashion Week, the Milan Furniture Fair and the connected outdoor initiative ‘Fuori Salone’). Milan is experiencing a moment of great cultural and urban vitality: major regeneration projects are currently underway, such as CityLife, involving famous architects such as Renzo Piano, Zaha Hadid, Massimiliano Fuksas and Daniel Libeskind. Various industrial buildings are progressively being transformed into "creative spaces" (incubators, co-working areas, production spaces, etc.), amongst which BASE – a 6,000 sqm building intended to foster new encounters between arts, creativity, business and technology.

MUDEC - Museum of Cultures (project by David Chipperfield)

Rankings in which Milan is present (Top 5 Cities):

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Cultural Vibrancy
Cultural Venues & Facilities: Prague, Paris, Barcelona, Milan, Vienna
Cultural Participation & Attractiveness: Paris, Milan, Vienna, Munich, Lyon
Sights & landmarks: Rome, Prague, Milan, Paris, Barcelona
Museums: Prague, Paris, Milan, Barcelona, Brussels
Museum visitors: Milan/Paris, Berlin, Munich, Barcelona, Rome
Theatres: Brussels, Prague, Milan/Paris, Budapest, Barcelona

Creative Economy
Creative & Knowledge-based Jobs: Paris, Munich/Rome, Milan, Madrid, Cologne
Intellectual Property & Innovation: Munich, Paris, London, Hamburg, Milan
Jobs in culture, arts & entertainment: Paris, Milan, Rome, Munich, Berlin
Jobs in media & communication: Paris, Munich, Sofia, Milan, Madrid/Rome
Community design applications: Paris, Munich, Warsaw, Milan, Hamburg

Enabling Environment
Human Capital & Education: Paris, Barcelona, Milan, London, Madrid
Local & International Connections: London, Cologne, Milan/Paris, Brussels, Munich
Graduates in arts & humanities: Paris, Milan, Lyon, Warsaw, Marseille
Passenger flights: London, Milan/Paris, Munich, Cologne, Birmingham
Foreign-born population: Brussels/Bucharest, London, Vienna, Munich, Milan
Potential road accessibility: Cologne, Brussels, Berlin, Milan/Paris, Munich
Average appearances in university rankings: Barcelona/London/Paris, Milan, Vienna, Berlin/Madrid, Munich
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Refurbishment work of an old office and retail complex built in 1968, not so far from Porta Nuova's new developments (such as Palazzo Lombardia and "Library of Trees" public park).

The building in its current state


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