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Old September 8th, 2017, 09:58 PM   #1961
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DOSSIER. Historical Cinema Anteo reopened today


Milan's citizens, including Milan Mayor Giuseppe Sala, fashion designer Giorgio Armani, and some Italian actors queued up to visit the historical Cinema Anteo, a building built in 1938 by architect Renzo Gerla, now renamed in Palazzo del Cinema: it was reopened today after refurbishment work.

The ten movie theaters have been dedicated to the Milanese historical cinemas, now sadly closed: Abanella, Astoria, Astra, Ciak, De Amicis, Excelsior, Nobel, Obraz, President, Rubino. Three of them have a special programmation: one for movies that made the history of cinema "Made in Italy", one for foreign movies in original language, and another for movies on-demand.


The Palazzo del Cinema now also features a new literary café by Eataly; a pub with garden; a library with books and various documents dedicated to the world of cinema and not only; spaces dedicated to the children.

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Porta Nuova Centro Apartment Building
Milan | Zone 9


design > Arassociati, Studio AG&P Milano
status > in progress


This project for luxury homes is developed in the very new center of Porta Nuova on an area at the top of the city block in front of the Solaria towers complex where via Marco Polo joins via Joe Colombo and via Amerigo Vespucci. The resolution of the corner of the building is a specific theme and an exceptional element of architecture.


The 10-story high new building on via Vespucci, is constructed in support of the nearby buildings, adapting itself to their height with lower units forming a private courtyard with an exclusive garden inside. This completely free-standing building allows to develop ample typologies with double exposure, characterized by large linear terraces softened by green, almost like hanging gardens.


Towards the pedestrian area leading to Alvar Aalto square, the curved junction of the building’s base (first two levels) becomes a hinge and urban reference point of widening between the streets, while the upper, squared and linear volume is lightened by lodges excavated into the mass proposed as exceptional but also continuous elements.


The project has a linear architectural language that favors the horizontal perception of the building by means of string courses enveloping continuously throughout the entire volume and a facade system for the inner face having the same decor of the main face by masking the staircase and with the continuity of the string course – parapets.

The foundation of the building permits the maximum permeability and forms a spacious zone, a filter for the entrance to the common parts in which the fitness center with pool on via Colombo stands out.

The building was designed with a contemporary architecture which highlights the correlation of the luminosity of the rooms by way of ample terraces which mark the volume.




The external materials highlight the breakdown of the large mass of the building and promotes an urban architectural variety alternating large glass verandas with lighter and more massive parts in stone.

The whole building is characterized by a strong transparency given by the large windows and by the railings of the lodges, while the terraces of the attics on the top floor are enhanced by the green contained in flower boxes integrated in the parapets.

A particular solution was given to the short sides of the building marked by panoramic loggias that degrade progressively and regularly by connecting the volumes and almost being tied to the design of the interior garden.







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Great to see that Milan is getting a truly amazing skyline.
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Old September 12th, 2017, 04:20 PM   #1964
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Updates Via Guglielmo Marconi

Refurbishment work completed. The intervention covered an area between Piazza del Duomo and Piazza Armando Diaz - close to three art exhitibition places: Museum of the Twentieth Century, Royal Palace, Museum of Duomo.


Updates Vittorio Emanuele II Gallery

It was also restorated the tiled mosaics of the "bull balls" of the Turin Coat of Arms within the Gallery.
There is a tradition linked with the "bull balls": if a person puts his right heel on the bull's testicular region and turn on himself three times, which is to actually rotate counterclockwise, this will bring good luck. This practice has led to a damage, and a hole has formed showing where the bull receives his daily punishment.

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DOSSIER. How terrorism may change Milan's urban decor


Following the recent terror attacks, Italian architect Stefano Boeri has suggested that European cities be redesigned to include trees with bulky planters rather than concrete barriers to prevent vehicles targeting pedestrians. Boeri, known for his plant- and tree-covered buildings like Bosco Verticale in Milan's Porta Nuova, made the statement in response to string of vehicle-led terror attacks in Barcelona, Nice, Berlin, London and other locations in the last 18 months.

"We cannot afford to see the thousands of squares and public spaces present in the hundreds of European cities transformed into war check-points, knowing that only one derisory percentage of these thousands of squares will be really hit from terrorist attacks. A big pot full of soil has the same resistance to a Jersey (modular concrete barrier), but it can host a tree – a living being that offers shadow; absorbs the dust, subtle pollutants and the CO2; produces oxygen; homes birds." he said.

The architect believes that planting would integrate better with picturesque plazas, monuments and architecture, complimenting instead of spoiling them. "To terrorists that are already succeeding in fearing us and seek for us not to leave our houses, we must not give also the satisfaction of ruining our extraordinary historic and cultural heritage of urban collective places," he said. "We should defend ourselves with planters and trees, not with cement. Instead of using barriers that worsen the quality of space we should think about the quality of space, we should think about trees with planters that are functional" Boeri added.


Milan's Vittorio Emanuele II Gallery

Milan, where Boeri is based, recently instelled large concrete barriers at the entrance of public sites like Duomo, San Siro, Navigli, etc. to prevent vehicles entering at speed. Boeri said that while plans to erect concrete barriers should not be completely dismissed, he urged European cities to consider the quality of their public spaces as well as the safety of citizens. "We must never say no to anything that can protect us, but I think it's really a shame to have to accept to walk through a public space in fear, and even accepting to worsen the quality of life in cities, which is one of the things that's dearest to us" he said.

The architect will be taking part in talks with safety forces, architecture schools and botanists to devise new ways to safeguard architecture and city centres from terrorist attacks. "We don't want to produce a mask or a green camouflage for Jersey barriers, we want to create a new public space device. Plants are a symbol of life, rebirth, evolution and biodiversity" he said.

The City of Milan seems interested into embarking in this new urban design challenge.
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DOSSIER. Science, Knowledge and Innovation Park: LendLease Group, Stam Europe submit binding offers


Arexpo -the society which owns and manages the former site of Universal Exposition "Expo Milano 2015"- has officially received two binding offers from LendLease Group and Stam Europe, who are leaders of two respective consortia. The deadline for the submission of the offers expired today at 12 AM. The public tender concerned the designing of the masterplan, costruction and a concession for the management of the area, which included the granting of a surface right for a period of maximum 99 years.

Consortium 1
Stam Europe, Macquarie Group Limited, Vitali SpA, Condotte Costruzioni, HOK Architects, Progetto CMR, Mobility in chain, Ambiente Italia.

Consortium 2
LendLease Group, PricewaterhouseCoopers, Carlo Ratti Associati, Land Italia, Icom.



The former Expo 2015 site will be transformed into a Science, Knowledge and Innovation Park with the aim of creating a place open to the world that can promote territorial excellences, add value to the investments already sustained and to the Expo legacy. The park will be a hub of global excellence for companies, scientists and researchers operating in the fields of Life Sciences, Healthcare, Biotech, Pharma, Agri-food, Nutrition, Data Science and Big Data. The park will also host the Human Technopole, the Science for Life campus of Statal University of Milan, the IRCSS Treatment and Research Healthcare center, the Social Innovation Hub-Lab.

The Science, Knowledge and Innovation Park will have outstanding architectural features, able to attract investment and generate economic benefits throughout the country with scientific, recreational, cultural, sports, residential, productive and tertiary functions.

A committee, chaired by professor Giovanni Azzone, president of Arexpo, Rector of Polytechnic of Milan from 2010 to 2016, was immediately set up to evaluate the eligibility of bids. The other members are: Andrea Sironi, full professor of Banking and Finance at Bocconi University, where he has been Rector from 2012 to 2016 and chairman of Italian Stock Exchange; Barbara Alemanni, full professor full professor of Banking and Finance at University of Genoa and Bocconi University; Manuela Grecchi, Vice Rector For Lecco campus of Polytechnic of Milan and full professor of Building Architecture; Ilaria Valente, Dean of School of Architecture Urban Planning Construction Engineering of Polytechnic of Milan and full professor in Architectural and Urban Design.

The committee will independently carry out the evaluation of the two bids and will communicate the outcomes to Arexpo at completion of its activity.

"A major step towards the transformation of the Arexpo area into one of largest scientific and technology parks in the world has been achieved today" Bonomi, CEO of Arexpo said. "The selected private operator will not only support Arexpo in crafting the masterplan, but will also take developer responsibility therefore ensuring the actual transformation of the site".


See more about Science, Knowledge and Innovation Park:
* Arexpo in search of investors, archistars for the "Science, Knowledge and Innovation Park"
* Milan presents €2.5bn tender to convert former Expo 2015 site
* UNIMI Science for Life campus + Human Technopole
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design > Inside Outside Studio
area > 90,000 sqm / 968,752 sqft
investment > 14 million euros

Finally, the stylish urban park is taking shape. A new pedestrian connection with Milano Garibaldi station will be created too.
Pic taken from Bosco Verticale (Vertical Forest).

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DOSSIER. Milan chosen to host election for 2026 Olympic bid, and hint at bidding for the same Games.

Milan hosting the 2019 IOC Session is assured, but Mayor Giuseppe Sala said the city will not drop its 2026 Winter Olympic ambitions. Sala added the 2019 event will bring "a lasting and fruitful collaboration with the IOC". Sala cited experience hosting the World Expo 2015 and the greater Lombardia region's sporting history as the impetus behind the bid.


The Olympic Charter says an Olympic city can not be elected during an IOC Session it is hosting. Milan considered bidding for the 2028 Summer Olympics, but plans for the ended when the IOC sought an agreement with Los Angeles for the Games.

Sala indicated that a "modification" would have to take place in order to bid. "We have to see the rules because now technically speaking it is not possible" Sala told the press. "From now on I can only say why not, but we have to work on it. It is clear for the people in Milan the Olympic Games are perfect".


The Milan Congress Center (MiCo) will host the 2019 Session, and the IOC Executive Board will be held at the Hotel Principe di Savoia. Hotels for IOC members will be located 15 minutes from the MiCo by car, with three five-star hotels in one square. Media will be housed in hotels that are six metro stops from the convention center. The Session opening ceremony will be held at La Scala, one of the oldest and most prestigious opera theatres in the world, in the presence of the President of the Italian Republic, Sergio Mattarella.

"The attitude of the people in Milan is to see the international event as an opportunity so they participate" Sala added. "We will take any single opportunity to host international events" he concluded.

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ITALY Milan. A video compilation of High Rises, including Unicredit Tower, Vertical Garden, etc.



The modern Gae Aulenti square has a circular shape with a diameter of 100 meters and it is situated in the north of Milan. Built 6 meters above the street level, it was designed by the Argentine architect Cesar Pelli. The square was inaugurated in 2012 and dedicated to the architect and designer Gae Aulenti. The Unicredit Tower, the ultramodern skyscraper occupied by the Italian bank Unicredit, dominates the square. From the square you can also enjoy a great view of Milan. In the background you can see the palace of the Lombardy Regional Council, the Diamond Tower, the Pirelli Tower and all the new buildings of the modern city of Milan.
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design > Paolo Caputo Partnership
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Construction works are taking place in this new site in Porta Nuova district: 127 luxury apartments with design "Made in Italy". The complex includes services for the residents, while retail and restaurants open to the public. The peculiarity of the Winter Gardens are greenhouses that characterize each apartment, hosting decorative plants, flowers, small vertical gardens, shrubs and vines, sapling citrus and more. Terraces are intended to cover gardens and roof gardens.

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China's hi-tech giant Huawei opens Europe's first flagship store in Milan


Huawei chosen Italy and Milan to open its Europe's first flagship store: the Chinese hi-tech giant announced that it will be located at CityLife district, under the three skyscrapers designed by Arata Isozaki, Zaha Hadid and Daniel Libeskind; close to bars, restaurants, boutiques, entertainment and services.


With this move, Huawei launched a challenge to its rivals: Samsung and Apple. The South Korean and American brands are present in the city with two new destinations: the first at Porta Nuova near the Diamond Tower; the second at Piazza del Liberty (not so far from the Cathedral), with an iconic flagship store under construction, designed by Norman Foster.

HUAWEI EXPERIENCE HUB
It is a place where architecture, design and technology meet. The Huawei Experience Hub will be the first in the world to offer an experience completely different. Visiting the store, you will be able to know all the new products immersed in an innovative hi-tech, digital context by Huawei.
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Antegnani Social Housing
Milan | Zone 5


area > 36,650 sqm
design > Barreca & La Varra
developer > InvestiRe
investment > 39 million euros

The project involves the refurbishment of the five residential buildings in an decaying, abandoned state. The project will provide for the creation of about 500 apartments of different sizes for social housing.


The design mainly concerned: the linkage and transversal usability between buildings and the diversification of functions on the ground floor, the organization of open/closed courts and the relationship between buildings and the green system, the rationalization of the volumes.

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With Brexit ahead, Italian bankers are moving to Milan


Italian financiers who handle some of their country's biggest deals out of London are moving to Milan, lured by bumper tax breaks at a time of deep uncertainty about Brexit. Investment bankers making the switch include Goldman Sachs' co-head of Italy Francesco Pascuzzi, who also co-heads the global power and infrastructure team, and is looking to move early next year.

Goldman Sachs and JP Morgan, for example, have started looking for new offices in Milan as their current bases, in the bustling heart of Milan, are too small to house those seeking to relocate. Goldman has about 20 people on its payroll in Milan, but expects headcount to double by 2019 as a result of Italian bankers returning from London. JPMorgan, which has a much bigger presence of about 160 staff, aims to significantly increase that number. "Hiring bankers from London used to be hard, no one was too keen to relocate as London was the place to be in finance. But things have changed" said Leopoldo Attolico, the Italy country manager for Citi, which has 200 Milan staff and expects workers to seek relocation from London. "Now there is a sense of insecurity among non-UK nationals working in London and we have seen more interest in relocating to Milan, also thanks to new fiscal incentives."

Antonino Mattarella is also among bankers making the switch. In February the 38-year-old, who spent 12 years in London at Goldman Sachs, became Bank of America’s Italy head in Milan. ‎ Some private equity and hedge fund executives have shifted too. Giuseppe Prestia, partner at Charterhouse, has just relocated to Milan after handling the private equity house's Italian investments out of London for 13 years, and his firm is considering opening its own base in Italy. London-based buyout funds Cinven and Advent have started beefing up their Milan subsidiaries, with Advent director Francesco Casiraghi being the first to relocate.



Over the past two decades, thousands of graduates have left Italy with London as a favourite destination. But with Brexit ahead, in a bid to reverse this brain-drain the government has introduced the 50 per cent, five-year income tax break for high-skilled Italian workers returning from abroad, as well as a flat tax rate of 100,000 euros on foreign income aimed at luring the wealthy of all nationalities.

Known as a hub for world-class design, fashion and food, the city of Milan boasts 17 Michelin-starred restaurants among about 7,000 bars, cafes and eateries. It is also marketing itself as a modern banking centre with the new skyscrapers. Apartments in prime areas like the Brera district cost about $12,000 per sqm versus an average of $25,000 in London's exclusive Mayfair. "For someone from London buying in Milan is like going to the supermarket" said Vincenzo Albanese, CEO of estate agency Sigest.

International schools are also reporting a pick-up in interest. "We had a lot of interest from Italians working in London who decided it was time to come back. This has been a trend since Brexit" said Chris Greenhalgh, principal at the British School of Milan. Greenhalgh said Milan's municipality recently gathered all international schools and asked them to provide details about their capacity as part of a pitch to lure people from London. St Louis School recently added a third school to its Milan network in expectation of a boom in demand from returning Italians, converting a former monastery into a 600-place school.
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Refurbishment/Restyling work completed for this old building located at Porta Nuova district, in front of Palazzo Lombardia.


The building was inaugurated today as the new headquarters of "Milano FinTech District", an open ecosystem that wants to represent the Italian community of Finance and Technology. It aims to foster the development of Italian and European companies (including startups), and to support the growth of the financial ecosystem of the future. The Milano FinTech District aggregates leading Italian operators and leading technology, media and capital partners for the development of the industry, by promoting collaboration, competition, service interoperability and open innovation.













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FC Internazionale Milano presents Inter Media House


Inter Media House has been devised to meet the needs of millions of fans so they can enjoy access to the club wherever they are. The project was announced today by FC Internazionale Milano during an event held at Suning Training Centre in Appiano Gentile, which has undergone significant refurbishment to raise the already high standards of excellence. Every last detail is recorded and recounted from these facilities, becoming media content thanks to Inter Media House. The aim is to provide fans with a unique, immersive insight into all things Inter. Inter Media House is there for the creation of new products, harnessing communication to bring supporters closer to their heroes during training and on matchday.

Inter really will be covered from every angle and some of the new features include special projects involving Virtual and Augmented Reality. The club's media team will create increased premium content to give supporters a unique view of the Nerazzurri's day-to-day life.


Content will become even more interactive, faster and easier to use thanks to the new Inter app. Inter Official App has been created to provide fans with an even more personalised and exclusive user experience. The app is the best place to go for all your Inter needs. From information on your favourite player to details of training and matches and even ticketing, set the app to “Always on” mode and keep it with you wherever you go in Italy and around the world. There will be a particular focus on the Chinese market. Inter Official App will be available for smartphones and tablets on iOS and Android.

The club television channel is also getting a makeover. Seventeen years on from its creation in September 2000, the iconic Inter Channel will be rebranded as Inter TV. There will be a new name, logo, studios and technology, creating an HD experience for Inter lovers everywhere. Inter TV is currently distributed in Italy exclusively on Sky channel 232 and overseas content will be created both via a twice-weekly magazine show (in more than 50 countries across four continents, Europe, Asia, America and Africa) and daily content (in China on PPTV and Indonesia via a local telephone provider). There will be more exclusive areas of production which will operate on several different platforms, from social media to mobile and the website. The Nerazzurri channel is ready to join fans on this great adventure: #InterIsComing, we give you Inter Media House.


“Football is changing,” said Inter CEO Alessandro Antonello, “and football clubs are becoming more and more like media and entertainment companies. Inter is a club with a long history – we celebrate our 110th birthday on 9 March next year – and we’ve enjoyed a great deal of success down the years. That’s why we’re one of the biggest football brands in the world. We want to ensure we remain at the forefront of the game in this time of great change by exporting our brand outside of Italy.”

“We compete for people’s time nowadays,” Chief Communications Officer Robert Faulkner explained, “so we must create engaging experiences and inspirational content that enhance fans’ relationship with our club. That’s the idea behind Inter Media House. We want to produce and distribute content and services that are increasingly tailored to users’ needs. Inter Media House is a multimedia platform that will enable us to further develop our brand through entertainment and innovation, creativity and design.”
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Updates Metro 4 | Blue Line (length: 15.2 km - stations: 21 - estimated passenger traffic: 86 million per year) + Metro 1 | Red Line




Construction works around to some M4 stations:

Argonne

Susa

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Sforza Policlinico

Santa Sofia

Solari

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Segneri

San Cristoforo

M1 extension works to Bettola start again after a stand by:


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Former market at QT8 set to become a Visual Arts Museum


QT8 - History
The QT8 (Quartiere Triennale 8), a popular and experimental district, was brought into existence between 1946 and 1949 (during the post-war period), in occasion of the 8th edition of Triennale in Milan. The project was an opportunity for architects and planners to experiment with new materials and typologies.

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From design to design: QT8 district bet its future on a new museum. The plan foresees that old market becomes a Museum of Visual Arts, exposing sketches, studies and projects currently piled up in the archives of Sforza Castle.

Architects Walter Patscheider and Corrado Serafini donated the feasibility study to the Triennale. "We think of two phases of intervention: convert the former market into a new museum. In detail, there will be a warehouse and an exhibition space, offices, conference halls and other areas opened to the city. If the first part of the project is successful, then we will start with the second one: construct two buildings with exhibit and conference rooms, restaurant, etc" said Patscheider.


"We have been in contact for six months with the City of Milan - says Serafini - the administration is ready to support the first phase". But local authorities are still waiting the delivery of the definitive project. Andrea Cancellato, general manager of the Triennale, speaks of "a coherent idea with the reason why the neighborhood was born. This project will enhance the whole area".
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Updates UpTown Milan
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New apartments close to Cascina Merlata residences, shopping mall and upcoming Science, Knowledge and Innovation Park.
The foundation stone was laid some days ago


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The renovation of San Siro is a "top priority".


The mayor of Milan has met with representatives of AC Milan and FC Inter to discuss the possibility of modernising the San Siro, and he says the signs are positive. The two Serie A clubs are tenants in the city-owned stadium, which underwent significant renovation work prior to staging the 2016 Champions League final. However, more work is deemed necessary to bring the imposing stadium towards a "new era" and it has been mooted that both clubs could contribute financially in these works.

"We share the belief that a modern, renovated stadium provides an element of value to the city of Milan and for the clubs. Both sides have expressed their willingness to invest" the mayor said. "A working group will be opened to assess all the possible options we have available with the aim of identifying the best solution for the demands of the city's two clubs and of the fans" the mayor added.

Milan mayor said that city administration, in collaboration with the two local teams, need six months to elaborate the plan. Milan mayor hopes that refurbishment work begins in 2018.

The Councillor for Urban Planning invited the teams to also considerate the idea to invest in the areas close to San Siro.


https://sport.sky.it/calcio/serie-a/...lo-lavoro.html
http://www.calcioefinanza.it/2017/10...nter.htmlnter/
http://www.milanotoday.it/sport/sans...lan-inter.html
http://www.bresciaoggi.it/home/sport...siro-1.6003433

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