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ALLIANZ Tower / Arata Isozaki + Andrea Maffei

03:00 - 16 November, 2015
ALLIANZ Tower  / Arata Isozaki  + Andrea Maffei, © Alessandra Chemollo
© Alessandra Chemollo

© Alessandra Chemollo © Alessandra Chemollo © Alessandra Chemollo © Alessandra Chemollo + 26

  • Architects

  • Location

    Milan, Italy
  • Client

    Citylife S.p.A. / Armando Borghi, Marco Beccati - project director, Roberta Pasinetti - technical director, Roberto Russo, Andrea Zerbini, Gianni Armas, Martino Negri,
  • Area

    81615.0 sqm
  • Project Year

    2015
  • Photographs

Citylife Tower / Arata Isozaki and Andrea Maffei

04:00 - 26 April, 2012
Courtesy of Arata Isozaki and Andrea Maffei
Courtesy of Arata Isozaki and Andrea Maffei

Designed by Arata Isozaki and Andrea Maffei, the Citylife Tower represents the future business and shopping district of CityLife in Milan (a subsidiary company of the Generali Group and in which Allianz has a shareholding), which is progressing quickly. By 2015 it will reach a height of 207 meters, with 50 floors of offices, and will be the tallest skyscraper in Italy. The foundation bed, which has just been built, is formed of a continuous block of concrete covering a total of 4,260 cubic meters and required 42 hours of continuous work. More images and architects’ description after the break.