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Milan’s modern architecture has always been characterized by inner courtyard buildings and the typical case di ringhiera (tenement with communal balconies). This consideration has led the Rome based studio Westway Architects (Architects Luca Aureggi and Maurizio Condoluci) to conceive an original renovation project of a building dating back to 1882, at the time intended for popular housing for rent, at Viale Montegrappa 16. The new residential complex located in the area between Porta Nuova and Porta Garibaldi, which has become the symbol of the Milan of today, seems to connect the past with the present. Double SoulOn the perimeter of the demolished old building, the new building, intended for commercial and residential use, has been built ensuring sustainability standards (energy certification CENED Class A) and adopting advanced technological and design solutions. View more View full description
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