A new glass facade redesigns a 1970s building in the continuous curtain wall that forms the access road to the Stazione Centrale.
#CasaSiemens is a headquarters built like a piece of the city, in which the articulation of courts and green spaces communicates with the surrounding context.
In the district of the Rizzoli Corriere della Sera publishing house, an iridescent façade opens onto the Lambro and the city.
The threshold as an architectural theme of the renovation project of two buildings, their common spaces and the void that separates them.
Transparency and rigor to redesign two buildings that have repeatedly been rewritten: a court and penthouses become occasions for contemporary grafts.
The vegetation mitigates the presence of architecture, which reinterprets Lombard historical morphologies with contemporary materials and shapes.
The micro-perforated aluminum renews and harmonizes the complex of buildings, which opens onto the road with the addition of a new glass volume.
Reception, canteen and open space work spaces: the first phase of renewal of the Siemens area in the north-east of Milan.
The articulation of volumes in travertine and glass on the street suggests the presence of the internal courtyard facing the bright offices.
A pattern of glass elements updates the urban image of an industrial building from the 1960s in the Bicocca area.
A tower that inaugurates the urban section of the RCS publishing house and consolidates the relationship between the city of Milan and journalism.
Open office 01: a hybrid of open workspaces, diffused rooms and collective environments. Work moves in space.