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Casa Calipso in Milan, Italy by Degli Esposti Architetti

Monday, May 8th, 2023

Article source: Degli Esposti Architetti

The intervention in question has been designed as a building replacement through the demolition of a building for commercial use, consisting of a basement and an above-ground floor within a lot at Via Leone Tolstoi 87, at the corner of the private road Via Tagiura in Milan. The new building with the same GFA, exclusively for residential use, has 6 above-ground floors each accommodating from 2 to 5 housing units, plus a penthouse and upper penthouse divided into 2 side-by-side duplex units, and a basement for garage use.

Image Courtesy © Maurizio Montagna

  • Architects: Degli Esposti Architetti
  • Project: Casa Calipso
  • Location: Milan, Italy
  • Photography: Maurizio Montagna
  • Site area: 1100 sqm
  • Above ground building floor area: 2500 sqm
  • Underground building floor area: 1000 sqm
  • Storeys: 9 (1 underground, 8 above ground)
  • Buiding length and width: 27 m x 20 m
  • Building height: 26 m
  • Structural design: ing. Fabio Maria Beretta, Lentate sul Seveso (CO)
  • Design of mechanical systems, acoustics: studio termotecncico di Poletti Massimiliano, Treviolo (BG)
  • Electrical systems project: p.i. Stefano Papetti, Levate (BG)
  • Construction supervision: ing. Luca Gafforelli, Foresto Sparso (BG)
  • Security manager: geom. Fulvio Gregori, Foresto Sparso (BG)


Ichi Station Milan in Italy by Masquespacio

Monday, April 3rd, 2023

Article source: Masquespacio

Masquespacio presents the latest project it designed in Milan for sushi take away chain Ichi Station.

Previously Ichi’s founder Yango Zhang developed already a few spaces for his sushi take away chain, although with this new opening he wanted to give major importance to the dine-in experience. The identity previously developed for Ichi’s spaces was inspired by a travel and a station. Thus, hereby Masquespacio proposed to evolve with that identity to a more conceptual one, maintaining its essence, but getting away from literal and traditional travel representations. For this, the Spanish design studio proposed a travel to the future through light.

Image Courtesy © Luis Beltran

  • Architects: Masquespacio
  • Project: Ichi Station Milan
  • Location: Milan, Italy
  • Photography: Luis Beltran
  • Construction Manager: Luca Gobbo
  • Surface: 80 m2
  • Opening: December 2022


Building D in Milan, Italy by ACPV architects

Wednesday, November 23rd, 2022

Article source: ACPV architects

Architecture and interior design practice ACPV ARCHITECTS Antonio Citterio Patricia Viel celebrates the completion of Building D in Milan’s Symbiosis business district by Covivio. The new 20,000-sqm office building redefines the workspace as a place that can adapt to employees’ ever-changing needs.

Building D, designed for European investment and development company Covivio, welcomes large firms, such as Boehringer Ingelheim, LVMH P&C Italia, Amplifon, and companies of the Mars – Royal Canin Italia and Fratelli Orsero groups. Building D has obtained LEED Platinum and WELL Bronze certifications for its focus on people’s well-being, indoor comfort, and energy-efficient design that guarantees lower carbon emissions.

Image Courtesy © PH. Leo Torri

  • Architects: ACPV architects
  • Project: Building D
  • Location: Milan, Italy
  • Photography: PH. Leo Torri


Italian Cultural Institute of Dakar in Milan, Italy by MOST – MONTI STUDIO

Wednesday, November 2nd, 2022

Article source: MOST – MONTI STUDIO

” These buildings dwell the man. He dwells there, and however he doesn’t live in them, if to live a place is meant only to have his own house “

The Italian Institute of Culture needed a Home.

The intervention on a villa of the 1970s is the object of project between the resistant part, Senegal, and the new present part, Italy.

Image Courtesy © Andrea CERIANI

  • Architects: MOST – MONTI STUDIO
  • Project: Italian Cultural Institute of Dakar
  • Location: Milan, Italy
  • Photography: Andrea CERIANI
  • Plot area: 1.000 sqm
  • Buiding area: 490 sqm
  • Completion: 2020


Andrea Aprea Restaurant in Milan, Italy by Flaviano Capriotti Architetti

Sunday, September 4th, 2022

Article source: Flaviano Capriotti Architetti

Ristorante Andrea Aprea has opened in the setting of Milan’s historic Palazzo dating back to 1871 and today home to Fondazione Luigi Rovati and its Museo d’Arte (Art Museum). Located at number 52 on Corso Venezia, on the top floor of the Palazzo, the restaurant was designed by Flaviano Capriotti Architetti, which also curated the design of the Caffè Bistrot overlooking the secret green courtyard.

What results is therefore a dialogue between ancient and present, memory and culture, materiality and emotion: to enjoy a gastronomic and environmental experience capable of helping us discover a new era.

Image Courtesy © Leo Torri

  • Architects: Flaviano Capriotti Architetti
  • Project: Andrea Aprea Restaurant
  • Location: Milan, Italy
  • Photography: Leo Torri – Massi Ninni
  • General Works Management: IZed Partners – Walter Incerti
  • Structural design: Milan Ingegneria s.p.a.
  • Acoustic engineering: Byobite
  • Landscape design: Greencure
  • Main contractor: Ediltecno Restauri s.r.l.
  • Project area: 400 m² (restaurant), 135 m² (Caffè Bistrot)
  • Construction (year): 2019 – 2022


Luxottica Digital Factory in Milan, Italy by Park Associati

Wednesday, July 13th, 2022

Article source: Park Associati

Milan is enhanced by a new intervention of industrial architectural restoration aimed at accommodating the Digital Factory of Luxottica, a world leader in the eyewear market. Thanks to Park Associati’s retrofitting intervention, in collaboration with storagemilano the complex becomes an open and flexible container where history, change and creativity find the ideal convergence ground.

Paying the greatest attention to quality, using technologically innovative materials and seeking cutting-edge architectural solutions are the Digital Factory project’s focal points that take inspiration from Luxottica’s identity principles, while paying attention to the peculiar elements of the place and respecting the social fabric of the neighbourhood hosting the new structure.

Image Courtesy © Andrea Martiradonna

  • Architects: Park Associati
  • Project: Luxottica Digital Factory
  • Location: Milan, Italy
  • Photography: Andrea Martiradonna, Lorenzo Zandri
  • Client: Luxottica Group S.p.A.
  • Project Leader: Lorenzo Merloni
  • Design team: Filippo Pagliani, Michele Rossi, Michele Versaci, Valeria Donini, Alessandro Bentivegna, Simone Caimi, Ismail Seleit, Marco Vitalini, Cristina Tudela Molino, Luna Pavanello, Sofia Dalmasso, Luca Pazzaglia, Marinella Ferrari. Mario Frusca
  • Area: 9.000 sqm
  • Project: 2017
  • On site: 2017-2022
  • Realization: 2022


Corte del Tiglio in Milan, Italy by Archventil

Friday, April 29th, 2022

Article source: Archventil

Corte del Tiglio is the new project that strengthens the collaboration between Archventil and Rinofanto Development, and is the first real estate project to go to CrowdFundMe, also announced by Sole24Ore.

The project involved the construction of 5 residential units divided into two buildings, each with large windows overlooking a private garden.

The location is Milan, in Via Bonaventura Zumbini, a rapidly developing residential area.

Image Courtesy © Alessandro Santi

  • Architects: Archventil
  • Project: Corte del Tiglio
  • Location: Milan, Italy
  • Photography: Alessandro Santi


Casa Selene in Milan, Italy by Degli Esposti Architetti

Monday, November 22nd, 2021

Article source: Degli Esposti Architetti

The building is composed of a wing that completes the block’s perimeter wall on Viale Umbria and an orthogonal wing that extends in depth towards the center of the block, with the last of the three stairwells extending the height of the building’s eleven above-ground floors: from the morpho-typological standpoint, the building is therefore a hybrid between a block’s perimeter wall type, a slab type, and a tower type. From the large double-height lobby on the street, there is access to a portico that provides direct access to all the stairwells and underground parking areas, accessible via independent staircases. This planivolumetric composition establishes three main façades: the one on the Viale facing west and two other façades facing south and north, clearly visible from the street through two large portals: the pedestrian one five floors up through which a glimpse of the south façade is visible and the vehicular one two floors up through which the north façade is visible.

Image Courtesy © Maurizio Montagna

  • Architects: Degli Esposti Architetti
  • Project: Casa Selene
  • Location: viale Umbria 98, Milan
  • Photography: Maurizio Montagna
  • Land area: 1.540 sqm
  • Above ground building floor area: 7,500 sqm / 80,000 sqf
  • Underground building floor area: 4,000 sqm / 43,000 sqf
  • Storeys: 14 (3 underground storey, 11 storeys above ground)
  • Building lenght: 59 m
  • Building height: 36 m
  • Unit number: 54 apartments, common spaces
  • Underground parking lots: 67


Epta Group in Milan, Italy by Workitect

Friday, October 22nd, 2021

Article source: Workitect

Following the introduction of the Smart Working Plan, Epta decided to boost its change management journey which has started in 2019 and opted for a new office layout of the Milan headquarter.

Their needs were to create places able to make the company more attractive to new employees, and at the same time to increase the engagement and retention of the current team.

Image Courtesy © Filippo Ferrarese

  • Architects: Workitect
  • Project: Epta Group
  • Location: Milan, Italy
  • Photography: Filippo Ferrarese
  • Client: Epta Group
  • Surface: 800 m2 – 8611,13 sqft


Transsensorial Gateway Milan, Italy by noa* network of architecture

Wednesday, October 6th, 2021

Article source: noa* network of architecture

Architecture and people are closely intertwined and through the creation of a space, the connection between the individuals within a space is encouraged. This was the starting point for the installation designed by noa*. The concept proposes a kind of light and sound landscape, which welcomes visitors as they enter the exhibition.

On either side of the doorway, a crown of structural light-beams open up, each one at different heights, visually amplifying the sequence of the 17th-century portico that serves as the setting for the installation.

Image Courtesy © Alex Filz

  • Architects: noa* network of architecture
  • Project: Transsensorial Gateway
  • Location: Milan, Italy
  • Photography: Alex Filz
  • Client: FuoriSalone Milano, Interni Creative Connections
  • Surface Area: 50 m2
  • Completion: September 2021


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