Among the myriad of innovations of this 11-floor building (LEED GOLD-certified) designed for employee well-being, there is a window system that improves visibility and transparency.
Overlooking the BAM park, this home of ideas with its spacious common areas opens to the outside by means of its great windows and, at the entrance, with two wooden wings stretching towards Piazza Gae Aulenti.
Corso Como Place
A new frontier of regeneration focused on human and environmental health. With its historic 21-floor (70-m) tower, it is a candidate as the “first-ever office complex in Milan to achieve a WELL certificate”.
The crown jewel of the 3 iconic Varesine Business District buildings is the Diamond Tower (30 floors, 137 meters high). All LEED GOLD-certified, the 3 towers are symbols of technology and sustainability.
E1 and E2 buildings of the Porta Nuova Garibaldi business district
Minimalist and winding façades distinguish the two buildings: one with large windows, the other interspersed with solar screens. LEED GOLD-certified architecture.
Feltrinelli & Microsoft House
Feltrinelli Porta Volta hosts the Giangiacomo Feltrinelli foundation and the Microsoft House. 9,700 m2 of innovative spaces open to visitors and businesses. A cutting-edge catalyst of culture and encounter.
Two towers: the West Tower, with 13 floors x 65 m; and the East Tower, 24 floors x 98 m. Two IoT smart buildings, with 65% of their power demand covered by renewable energy such as aquifer water and solar.
The “splinter” sets a new benchmark of aesthetics and functionality in the office building scene. An example of sustainable construction.
Mixed-use building (50% offices, 50% hotel), requalified while maintaining the accommodation service. LEED PLATINUM certification.
This innovation hub churns blockchain, big data, and industry 4.0 in its vast offices and common areas. Its original design combining wood, glass, and steel makes it an icon.
Pirelli 39 Tower
An example of eco-friendly requalification, the mixed-use complex of buildings includes offices, residences, and stores. It is the first Italian project fully measurable according to ESG criteria.
One of the symbols of 1960s Milan will be given back to the city upon elevating it to the top standards of sustainability.
The tallest building in Italy and symbol of Portanuova boasts 32 floors, a height of 232 m, and is visible from 10 km away!