BININI PARTNERS

Via Lamarmora in Milan

From an abandoned building to a new complex: urban renewal in the centre of Milan

ANNO

2015

AREA

Architecture

CATEGORIA

Restoration

LUOGO

Milan, Italy

STATO

In progress

  • ANNO : 2015
  • AREA : Architecture
  • CATEGORIA : Restoration
  • LUOGO : Milan, Italy
  • STATO : In progress

From an abandoned building to a new complex: urban renewal in the centre of Milan

The project won the design idea competition set out in 2015 by the PSD, one of the main organisations on the national architecture scene. Its aim was the urban restoration and renewal of the “Casa di Cura città di Milano” complex, which had been abandoned for years, to create a new building complex. The theme was complicated and challenging, considering the location of the area in the centre of Milan, the size of the project and the considerable operational difficulties. It was to create a functional, architecturally prestigious building that could optimise the use of the lot and the re-qualification of the context to make the project more effective.

The project was approved by the Landscape Commission and aims to solve the parking issue with three underground parking levels with the seven above-ground floors for collective services, offices and housing.

Thanks to the coherence of the building with the surrounding area, to the aesthetic quality and compositional attention, the project is a significant improvement also for the context, using distances and uncovered areas, with mutual improvement for urban regeneration of a central part of the city.

Via Lamarmora


Client
:
Private

Year of execution:
2015

Performed service level:
Preliminary and definitive design

Work progress:
Executive project in progress

Estimated project cost:
€ 20.000.000

Project/service signatory technicians:
Binini Partners S.r.l.
Eng. Tiziano Binini, Arch. Lucia Mosconi, Arch. Cecilia Morini, Eng. Ed. Arch. Francesco De Benedittis, Eng. Raffaele Ramolini

Via Lamormora
From an abandoned building to a new complex: urban renewal in the centre of Milan