Posts Tagged ‘Milano’
Friday, May 10th, 2013
Article source: Gianluca Milesi Architecture
There was the need for the place, a bar and restaurant location, to be, at the same time, a flexible space and an easily recognizable site reflecting a precise, strong and unique image. These inputs generated the concept of the project: one “consistent and closed in itself” structure at the same time articulated in order to satisfy the different and flexible functions.
Image Courtesy © Atelier Gluck,Giovanna Caravello
- Architects: Gianluca Milesi Architecture
- Project: Ami_bar
- Location: Milano, Bicocca, Italy
- Photography: Atelier Gluck, Milan – Giovanna Caravello, Milan
- Project: 2005-2006
- Construction: 2006
- Surface: 350 s.m.
- Cost of Construction: 350.000 Euro
- Team: Carmen Barrantes, Giovanna Caravello, Barbara Cardelli, Giacomo De Feo, Gianluca Milesi, Barbara Valentini, Giorgio Villa
- Management: Marco Cattaneo, Stefano Ricci, Sergio Zappella
- Structures: EOS, Stefano Landi engeneer, Milan
- Mechanical : Salvioni&Mauri – Idrotermica Valtolina, Milan
- Electrical: Elettricadea, Milan
- Carpentry: ditta Beretta Luciano, Milan
- MDF Wrapping: AP project, Milan
- Glasses: Vetreria Re
- Art direction: gianluca milesi architecture
Sunday, April 21st, 2013
Article source: Akihisa Hirata Architecture Office
Environmental protection and the idea of a new dialogue between nature and the city are central themes in the work of the versatile young Japanese architect Akihisa Hirata. This is his introduction to Energetic Energies, the installation that Panasonic will present at the upcoming Salone del Mobile.
Image Courtesy © Santi Caleca
Friday, April 12th, 2013
Article source: H&P Architects
Vietnam is one of the wet rice civilization’s cradles – the civilization that based on the cultivation on the terraces field to take shape. The wet rice civilization played the role of forming the community’s settlement and settled agriculture and immaterial culture achievement, which is the neighborhood culture.
Image Courtesy H&P Architects
- Architects: H&P Architects
- Project: Pavilion of Dream Terraces
- Location: Milano, Italia
- Architect In Charge: Doan Thanh Ha & Tran Ngoc Phuong
- Team: Nguyen Thi Hoang, Nguyen Hai Hue, Chu Kim Thinh
- Area : 20m X 44,33m
- Total Floor Area: 450 sqm
- Building Height: 12m
- Completion date: Mar. 2013
- Status: Competition
Thursday, September 27th, 2012
Article source: Dep Studio
Sixteen building, the name of the huge rectangular brick that at the beginning of the twentieth century was home production activities of Ansaldo now turned into a real neighborhood artist. The name is the number by which the property was marked, returned today to a new life while preserving the architectural elements such as the facade of red brick or iron frames testimony of industrial archeology. E ‘in this property that fits the home of a young company that operates in the field of logistics.
Image Courtesy © Dep Studio
- Architects: Dep Studio
- Project: Factory Loft
- Location: Viale Sarca, Milan, Italy
Friday, August 10th, 2012
Article source: Studio Fuksas
The New Milan Trade Fair is an impressive construction, with a 5-kilometer perimeter and a 1,000,000 m² built surface that rises on a 2,000,000 m² land surface.
The New Trade Fair is made of eight big monoplanar and biplanar pavilions that, together, make a gross expositive surface of about 345,000 m², plus 60,000 m² outdoors. The whole route is on two areas, the one of the East entrance and the one of the West entrance. All the accesses and the exits to the Fair are organized through them. The buildings have got different functions (services, snack points, offices, hotel, commercial gallery, receptions of the pavilions, smaller expositive spaces). The placement of the buildings on the central axis is on different surfaces among water pools, green areas and epoxy resin floorings.
New Milan Trade Fair
- Architects: Studio Fuksas – Massimiliano and Doriana Fuksas
- Project: New Trade Fair
- Location: Rho-Pero, Milano, Italy
- Period: 2002-2005
- Client: Fondazione Fiera Milano
- Designer And Art Director: Doriana O. Mandrelli
Sunday, April 22nd, 2012
Article source: Francesco Fiotti
The project relates to the site simultaneously on three levels: the current context – the P.I.I. “Cascina Merlata” – the potential development area.
Our proposal creates a connection between the ‘fast system’ of via Gallarate and the ‘slow system’ of the park, an idea of continuous and fluid urban space that may extend far beyond the simple boundary of the area. The buildings are arranged parallel to the director of Cascina Merlata, not only to respect its visual scope, but also to ensure the higher permeability to those coming from via Gallarate. The residential units are separated from the ground, bridge building resting on the access units to private residences. The idea is to return the soil to the ‘pawn’.
- Architect: Francesco Fiotti
- Name of Project: USB Houses
- Location: Milano, Italy
- Architecture: Carmela Scala collaboration with Antonio De Risi, Vincenzo Toscano and Luigia Aliperti
- Houses area: 19000 mq
- Type of project: Competition
- Year: 2010
Friday, August 19th, 2011
Article source: Studio Daniel Libeskind
The Fiera Milano project is located in the heart of Milan, spanning 106 acres on the old fairgrounds of this historic city. The scheme of Fiera Milano incorporates residential and office development, retail space and a museum all built around a central park, a much needed open space within the city. In 2004 Studio Daniel Libeskind along with Zaha Hadid Architects, and Arata Isozaki & Associates won the commission for the development of the site. In addition to leading the master plan, SDL is designing the contemporary art museum, the central office tower, a residential tower, and the first housing parcel.
Images Courtesy SDL
- Architect: Studio Daniel Libeskind
- Name of Project: Fiera Milano
- Location: Milano, Italy
- Collaborating Architects: Zaha Hadid, Arata Isozaki
- MEP Engineering: Alpina SpA
- Photo Credits: ©Stack! Studio, ©Studio AMD, ©SDL, © Hayes Davidson
Tuesday, May 31st, 2011
Article source: Buratti+Battiston Architects
Contemporary working places are places where “living” and “staying”, and for this reason we always think about quality of our projects, in particular on beauty, pleasure, richness and speciality with the intention to suggest unique spaces, that can result reassuring and characterized by high domestic taste.
- Architect: Buratti+Battiston Architects/Gabriele Buratti, Oscar Buratti, Ivano Battiston
- Name of Project: Vetreria Airoldi office and showroom
- Location: San Giorgio su Legnano (Milan), Italy
- Area: 90 mq ground floor, 150 mq first floor
- Software used: AutoCAD
Thursday, May 26th, 2011
Article source: DGT
This project was initiated by Toshiba, a corporate citizen of planet Earth, wanting to create a light installation featuring LED lights at Milano Salone 2011, the world’s largest design trade fair. Since its commercialization of the incandescent light bulb in 1890, Toshiba has continued to contribute to the development of lighting culture through its cutting-edge technology, consistent innovation and passion for light. The company entered the European LED market in 2010. It is committed to the development and creation of innovative next-generation products that are based on the understanding of the unique cultures and diverse values of different countries and regions, in harmony with people and environment.
Images Courtesy Daici Ano
- Architect: DGT, Paris
- Name of Project: Toshiba Milano Salone
- Location: Milano, Italy
- Status: Completed
- Dates: 2010 – 2011
- Area: 534 m²
- Photographs: Francesco Niki Takehiko, Daici Ano, DGT
- Software used: First made a model, tested lighting and proportion and then did drawing in AutoCAD.
Friday, April 22nd, 2011
Commissioned by the Architectural and Urban Forum (AUFO) of Milano with support from the Comune di Milano, this is one of twelve proposals located on the periphery of the historic city center offering conceptual solutions for the densification of Milano. Each proposal injects 25,000 inhabitants into the existing fabric of Milano for a total population increase of 300,000. The exhibition opens June 16, 2010 at the Politecnico di Milano.
Milano Stadt Krone 2030
- Architects: Studio Shift Architects
- Project: Milano Stadt Krone 2030
- Location: Milano, Italy
- Project Team: Mario Cipresso (Principal), Andrew Kim, Alex Fishman, Dana Mangahis, Marisol Mejia, Stephen Morton, Keely Colcleugh