Our redevelopment project of the Cantù/Orefici Building in Milan is part of Hines’ Cordusio District, shortlisted for the prize that will be awarded at Cannes on November 14th, 2019.
The two Milanese towers are the only Italian project and one of the 9 Europeans included in the list by the prestigious American Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat which celebrates its first 50 years in 2019.
The Award each two years brings international attention to the most significant buildings in the world, and will be awarded at the end of the year.
Bosco Verticale of Milan is among the twenties winners of the Award of Royal Institute of British Architects 2018 for International Excellence.
Gianandrea Barreca and Giovanni La Varra take part in the celebrations for the win of Porta Nuova, within which Bosco Verticale represents a building typology that favors the development of biodiversity in the city.
The project realized in Mongolia for Termigas obtained the prestigious recognition of the German Design Council in the “Excellent Communications Design Architecture” category.
The “Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat”, promoted by the Illinois Institute of Technology in Chicago, has awarded in the Crown Hall the building in Milan as the best skyscraper in the world of the year.
On Saturday 20th, June 2015, at the Salk Institute for Biological Studies in La Jolla (California), Gianandrea Barreca was awarded the prestigious “Global Design and Innovation Award” by the San Diego Newschool of Architecture and Design.
The international jury of the biennial prize promoted by the Museum of Architecture in Frankfurt (DAM), the City of Frankfurt and DekaBank, has announced that the Milanese building is the most innovative skyscraper in the world.
The Siemens office complex in via Vipiteno in Milan won the Italian prize for the “Most Innovative Building” category at the fourth edition of the international conference on energy efficiency and sustainable architecture at the Verona Fair.