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Old July 31st, 2019, 07:38 PM   #2321
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Torre Milano / Stresa 22
Milan | Zone 2

height | 86 m
design | Beretta Associati
client | Impresa Rusconi


The work is characterized by an accurate design of the tower's base, in order to create the best integration with the near existing buildings. The complex is organized into three buildings: in the north the tower is linked to a 3 storeys low-rise building overlooking via Privata Belgirate, in the south to a second building, also of 3 storeys, which encloses the existing building curtain of via Stresa, and in the end it connects to the green area of piazza Carbonari, through a garden facing the circle.



The overall operation interfaces both with the near urban scale, including a low-rise residential construction rich in green areas, and with a wider visual range, which connects with the new business district of Porta Nuova. The rationalist composition aims to add an element of order, considering the nearby architecture by Giò Ponti and Luigi Caccia Dominioni.


The design of the apartments’ layout follows the typologies with the living areas characterized by different ceilings height, with a double height in the living room (one floor and a half high), following up on the layouts realized for via Scarsellini and via Ampère. The ground floor has a special services equipment, including a swimming pool, a gym and a bowling green, everything enhanced by green spaces designed in-depth.

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Milano 2030, ten years to change again.
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Milan is about to undergo a new series of big transformations. And the Olympics have nothing to do with it. The objectives of a programme for development include parks and gardens, the outskirts and sustainability. Pierfrancesco Maran, the city councillor responsible for Urban Planning, here discusses these plans with Italian design and architecture magazine Abitare.

The new Urban Centre of the city of Milan has been open for just few months, and can be found in the Triennale. Until September this new centre will be one of the stands at the 22nd International Exhibition, the one devoted to Milan, and in the autumn it will assume its definitive form as a place for discussion of the changes taking place in this city. It is not a mere info point, then, but a place where it will also be possible to bring a critical spirit to bear on discussions. Pierfrancesco Maran, the city councillor responsible for town planning, parks and gardens and agriculture in the municipality of Milan, says that “this is a way of holding a conversation with the people of Milan and with the many Italians and foreigners who come to visit the Triennale and the city. We have conceived of this site as a place for debate and for initiatives that will involve a number of people and allow for an exchange of views.”

The reason why the municipal administration of Milan is setting up the means for a permanent dialogue with the city’s inhabitants should be sought in a new series of transformations which are about to be set in motion. With the long period of regeneration of disused industrial areas at an end, the time has come to focus attention on abandoned infrastructures, and in particular the hubs of the railway network that used to serve the production base of the industrial city and now lie unused. There are seven of them in Milan, and they are the subject of a planning agreement between the municipality of Milan, the regional government of Lombardy and the Italian State Railways. Their location and size mean that Milan’s railway yards represent an enormous resource for urban development together with the area that hosted Expo Milan 2015 and a system of disused or underutilized military barracks. These areas are the heart of the new PGT, the regional administration plan for Milan that is going through an implementation process. As the introduction to the PGT declares: “This plan is intended to lead Milan towards 2030, carrying on with the positive development of our city on the basis of three new aims: extending the momentum Milan is experiencing to all ages and social sectors, taking into account the increase in population, especially of people under 35 and over 85; broadening the growth to all areas of the city, not just those that have benefited from it in recent years and combining development with an improvement in the environment, in the quality of life and in the size of parks and gardens.”


Councillor Maran, you have given the PGT a title that sounds like a mission and you talk of a different system of values. What do you mean by this?
The system of values in which we are operating today is different from the one that led to the city’s rise in the 1980s. Now it is a question of combining legitimate aspirations of individual growth with collective values. There are three keywords on which the plan for the city of the future hinges: sustainability, parkland, quality. These will be the fundamental values of the city’s common space. The key idea is that the presence of parks and gardens is no longer in conflict with work and development. Open spaces will become a factor in improving the quality of life. Creating twenty new parks in Milan, as we have decided to do, is not an environmental challenge. It represents a different idea of city dwelling.

Will the transformations of Milan be able to involve the periphery on this occasion?
Prior to the last series of major transformations, the centre of the city was limited to its oldest part, the area inside the perimeter of the Spanish Walls. Today we can say that it has been extended as far as the outer ring road, the one along which the trolleybuses of the 90/91 line run. Over the coming years the objective is to embrace much of the outer suburbs. The council can and must guide this process. To do so we have developed a number of instruments. There is the major project for the transformation of the railway yards, which are not located in the centre; there are “shock” policies aimed at encouraging private investment on the outskirts, such as the halving of the charges for change of use, or regulation with regard to abandoned buildings that provides for the penalty of a significant reduction in the value of the site if you don’t renovate or demolish the disused buildings located on it. This is a regulation that places the onus on the owners. Property is a right, but also a responsibility. In addition, we have decided to allocate half of the tax revenues from interventions in the centre to zones outside the centre. The idea is to promote interventions that will raise the quality of life in the suburbs.



What are the key points of the future transformations?
The development of the city will continue along its north-west axis, from the Scalo Farini railway yard to the Bovisa and the Expo area; to the south, with the transformation of the Scalo Romana, which completes the work of regeneration of the area begun with the Fondazione Prada, and then towards Rogoredo and Santa Giulia, where a new sports hall will be built. Many places abandoned in the 1990s and 2000s are also undergoing transformation today, such as the area of Porta Vittoria, now assigned to the York Capital Management Fund, the former Calchi Taeggi College, the Adriano district.

So Milan is going to become a perfect city?
We have overcome the problems arising from the financial crisis in the real-estate sector, but not everything has been resolved. Fortunately the gaps in the urban fabric with no future are few and connected to the absence of infrastructure. There remains the question of red tape. The regulations are complex and the procedures, even though simplified, still eat up a considerable amount of energy and resources, with repercussions on times and costs. Then we have to go on investing in public housing. For thirty years the working-class districts have been left without adequate investment and in the hands of unauthorized builders. Milan has 70,000 public housing units, partly owned by the regional government and partly by the municipality. Since we resumed management of council housing, entrusting it to MM, we have begun to combat unauthorized building. We have made substantial investments and now intend to assign all three thousand vacant units by 2021.

Speaking of timescales, 2030 is not so far away. You’ll have to get a move on…
By the end of this year the new PGT will be approved and implemented. In 2019 we have seen the drawing up of the first master plan for the Scalo Farini, one of the yards to undergo transformation. The project for the Expo area will follow and in this case we’re talking about 2024. In the occasion of the Winter Olympics of 2026, Porta Romana will become the location of the Olympic Village. But our aim is to integrate the Olympics into a plan that will work without the games.
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Old August 20th, 2019, 06:34 AM   #2325
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How many housing units is under construction in Milan metropolitan area?
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Old August 27th, 2019, 08:48 PM   #2326
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Renovation work begins on Suning Training Centre ahead of 2020/21 Season

Work has begun at Suning Training Centre in Appiano Gentile as part of a modernisation programme that will see the complex reach new heights in terms of sports performance, support infrastructure and staff working areas, with completion expected by the summer of 2020.

The improvements will adhere to the highest standards of technology, innovation and efficiency, with the project guided by a future-oriented approach designed to enhance the performance of the club’s athletes while taking care of the environment.

The complex will be designed to allow the players to enjoy the best possible conditions as they focus on their training and preparation, enabling them to concentrate on optimising their technical and athletic performance in a stimulating, comfortable environment with simple styling. The complex has been designed to chime with the club’s traditional values and coexist in perfect harmony with the surrounding area.

The first step will be the construction of a new building which will house the first-team players’ rooms, the private first-team restaurant and other facilities for the coaching staff and management team. The current clubhouse will be renovated during the spring of 2020, with the modernisation works set to be fully completed by the start of the 2020/21 season.

The new building, which has been designed for the club by COIMA Image, uses a prefabricated wooden construction system patented by WoodBeton. It is a sustainable solution that combines modern design with cutting-edge technology while respecting the surrounding environment, fulfilling the club’s aim of creating an environment within which sporting activity of the highest standard can thrive.

“Inter is working hard to renovate the infrastructure owned by the club,” said FC Internazionale Milano Corporate CEO Alessandro Antonello. “Having already opened our new headquarters, the latest investment focuses on the modernisation of Suning Training Centre We will create a sports facility of the highest qualitative standards, incorporating cutting-edge technology.”

“The renovation of our training ground is a fundamental step in the club’s growth strategy, a strategy that began decisively when the Suning Group took over Inter,” said FC Internazionale Milano Sport CEO Giuseppe Marotta. “The Appiano Gentile training ground is the beating heart of our club and we want to further enhance it, ensuring it is a facility that helps our players and all the staff who support the first team to achieve the highest levels of sporting excellence.

“It must be the nucleus within which we create a spirit which instils an unbreakable bond between our players, creating a solid group whose sole objective is to win every single match we play. For all of these reasons, we believe that the improvements we have already made and those that will be added in the coming months are of absolute strategic importance.”

The works – which were halted after the first team returned from the tour of Asia, in order to ensure the best possible conditions for the team to gear up for the start of the season – will resume in September. None of the works will interfere with the day-to-day training activities of the team, which will continue to take place at Suning Training Centre as normal.





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Old September 10th, 2019, 03:22 AM   #2327
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Updates 9/11 Pola Building
design | GBPA Architects
client | Kryalos

Redevelopment work of an old office and retail complex built in 1968, located not so far from Palazzo Lombardia.












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design | GBPA Architects
client | Kryalos
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After winning the architectural design competition, GBPA Architects was commissioned to renovate an office building, named "Palazzo di Fuoco", designed in the 1960s by architects Giulio Minoletti and Giuseppe Chiodi, located in Piazzale Loreto. The "Palazzo di Fuoco" was an innovative project for the time, a real palette of new ideas and technological devices, in which light, color and transparency became the conducting themes. An original architecture which was exhibited at a point of urban significance.













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design | Park Associati
client | Kryalos
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Demolition of the old bloc has been completed.

The new building will be built on a site that offers a great deal of potential both for its strategic position in terms of access routes to and from the city centre and for its proximity to new developed CityLife and Portello. The composition has been articulated in a number of volumes, including an element that extends upwards 70 meters. The top of the building has been designed like a kind of lantern, a bright light that by day and night stands out from the urban fabric, creating a landmark for the whole area and beyond.

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Old September 11th, 2019, 03:36 AM   #2328
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Updates Unipol Tower
design | Mario Cucinella Architects
client | Unipol
height | 126 m / 413 ft
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The tower will rise in Porta Nuova district, near the 'Library of Trees' public park and the Gae Aulenti square, between UniCredit Tower and Solaria Tower. The eco-sustainable tower has a spacious common hall, an auditorium and a cafeteria. Offices and training areas occupy the tower and a central void stretches from the hall to the highest end of the building. On top, a green terrace hosts several exclusive spaces for meetings and expositions.








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This one will be so fantastic, I can't wait to see it finished.
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of course I don’t know the exact number but my perception is that they are building quite a lot and they will keep building in the next decades

also I can say units get sold quite quickly
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Updates Corso Como Place / Accenture Tower
design | Lee Polisano - PLP Architecture (renovation)
client | Coima
heights | 70 m / 230 ft ; 19 m / 63 ft
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The site is close to Gae Aulenti square, Milano Porta Garibaldi station and the new, iconic Feltrinelli building by Herzog & De Meuron. A small plaza and a pedestrian path will connect the complex with the nearby high street retail streets such as Corso Como. The complex comprises two buildings: an office tower and a new "pavilion" for retail. The tower, however, was built in 1962 and it is under renovation. Once completed, Accenture -a multinational professional services company- will become the tenant of the tower.




















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Tokyo meets Milan: Uniqlo opens in a renovated historical palace.


"I am a firm believer that physical stores will never cease to exist" said Tadashi Yanai, founder and chairman of Uniqlo. "We are happy to be in Milan, where tradition and passion for fashion are combined with innovation. Here before there was a bank and look now: it is the perfect marriage between Italian design and Japanese style". The Japanese fashion brand has unveiled to citizens and tourists "one of the Uniqlo's most beautiful stores in the world". It is located in Piazza Cordusio, one of the most important junctions of Milan's city centre, nearby another historical palace which hosts the Starbucks Reserve Roastery Milano.




Italian architecture firm Park Associati was engaged in the refurbishment of the historical palace which was designed by Francesco Bellorini and Ippolito De Strani.


The restyling results in the re-functionalisation of the entire building that houses offices on the upper floors; on the ground floor, first floor and basement the Uniqlo megastore. The floors from the second to the sixth become office areas, with emphasis put on the large glass surfaces and the flexible divisible spaces that allow for multi-tenancy.


The creation of the two elements that characterise the project --an added storey and the covering of the inner courtyard-- have been possible by moving and expanding surfaces and volumes, in exchange for an energetic upgrading of the building. Following a philological restoration, the building's facade has been cleaned and painted in two warm tones of grey that make it more contemporary while emphasizing its original style.

The roof on the sixth floor previously housed a platform that was mainly occupied by equipment, has been destined for new offices. The opaque glass cover imparts lightness, an almost ethereal feeling, to the added storey, its surface reflecting changes of light throughout the day. The sections on the glass surface --plates of steel and fibre cement-- recall those on the facade, thus making the added storey perfectly integrated with the building without giving the impression of wanting to imitate its features.


The creation of the inner courtyard's glass roof has helped redesign the Uniqlo spaces on the lower floors completely. The roof has in fact created complete continuity between the large retail areas, as well as providing a covered passageway of direct communication between the square and the neighbourhood behind it. The three floors making up the Uniqlo store will be given visual continuity through a staircase connecting them and an internal bridge located on the first floor.

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design | SPI - Società Progettazione Integrali
client | Invesco Real Estate

Garage Traversi was designed by architect Giuseppe De Min. The building, located near Piazza San Babila, was completed in 1939 and it hosted the first automated multi-storey garage without ramps, an exclusive design for the time. After 60 years of proud activity and a further 20 of inactivity, the building is now being renovated.


Current ribbon windows will be changed to ensure energy efficiency in the retail space. Vertical connections and lifts will be installed where the car elevators used to be, an ideal continuation in space and time of efficient use of space in the building. Garage Traversi will become a luxury shopping centre for retail and two rooftop terraces, with view on the city, for dining and entertainment. Renovation work is expected to be completed in June 2020.



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Via Orefici (Passaggio Centrale) / Rothschild
Milan | Zone 1

design | GBPA architects
client | Rothschild & Co Italia SpA
area | 2,500 smq



GBPA Architects has been awarded the architectural design and the interior design for the fit-out of the new offices in Milan of Rothschild & Co Italia SpA. The choice to place the new offices in this building, also subject of intervention, is in itself a choice that connotes the will to emphasize the image of prestige and historical-cultural importance.



Inside the large and important spaces, reserve the customer area the most characteristic volumes of the last floors, enhanced by elements that recall the formal rigor of the architecture and its attention to the materials and craftsmanship of the product, supported by very sophisticated technological choices. These elements of tradition and the past, even recent, find completion in the operating areas where the finishes, the furnishings, the lighting are strongly contemporary and innovative and in full respect of contemporary standards that characterize the workplaces.



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New San Siro Stadium: first render leaked.
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The Populous's plan for FC Inter Milan and AC Milan's proposed new world-class stadium will remind fans of both clubs of the city's historical, famous Duomo according to a report from Corriere dello Sport. But the design also reminds some architectural features of the old San Siro. The new stadium should be built nearby the Meazza. The latter, built in 1925, will be demolished according to the proposed plan.


The below image shows that the new stadium will be a parallelogram covered in glass with a real futuristic design to it, which is a far cry from the other plan still in the race which has a more traditional look. The spires will change colors during the events. The transformation of the surrounding areas includes park, offices, restaurants, boutiques, museum, entertainment, hotel, services and more. The proposal also includes three buildings with heights of 143, 97 and 68 meters. The total investment amounts to over 1.23 billion euros.


It is also interesting to note that Populous' project, however, presents something similar to an old plan -- 150,000 seats (June 1949).


The official presentation of both propolals (Populous; Progetto CMR-Manica), however, will be held in the next days.
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ICS International School
Milan | Zone 5

design | Barreca & La Varra
client | Covivio Real Estate
investment | €20.6 million


ICS International School, part of the NACE Schools group (one of the six largest private international schools in the world), will open in Milan's Porta Romana district, nearby the Fondazione Prada museum by OMA and the Fastweb building.

The iconic building, generated by the juxtaposition of two blades with different profiles, presents ample terraces. Large glass surfaces and metals, with refined workmanship, allow the facades to interact with the surrounding environment. The school will host also collective activities (canteen, gym, swimming pool and auditorium) on the ground floor, open to the city, and a large outdoor playground. The building is scheduled to have the highest levels of energy efficiency and green certification (Leed Platinum, Energy Class "A").

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