A project of urban regeneration
Located within the south-western suburban belt of Milan, the SeiMilano project proposes the theme of the “garden city”, pursuing a model of urban development characterized by the close symbiosis between architecture and landscape.
The idea behind the intervention is to create an inhabited park open to the city dedicated to sport and leisure around which to distribute the various functions provided by the plan of the plan that are articulated on the two lines of strong urban value placed on the borders north and east of the area, leaving the green system of the park uncontaminated.
In particular, the axis that serves the area along the north-south route is configured as the true backbone of the new project, linking together a portion of the residences (41,000 square meters), the tertiary volumes (28,000 square meters) and the spaces commercial (8,000 square meters), while the boulevard along the northern end houses the remaining residential volumes (41,000 square meters) and plays a key role of connection with the existing urban fabric, entering the center of a service system consisting of religious and sport cultural infrastructure to date still disconnected.
The design of the SeiMilano master plan stems from the relationship between the design of the new park and the structure of the buildings, is a fragmentation of the space built to promote the permeability of parks, residences, public / private spaces and the rest of the city “.
Place: Milan, Italy
Year: 2017 – on going project
Client: Borio Mangiarotti S.p.a.
Project: Mario Cucinella Architects
Team: Mario Cucinella, Enrico Iascone, Michele Olivieri, Michele Roveri con Maria Persichella (BIM Manager), Fabrizio Bassetta (BIM Coordinator), Alberto Menozzi, Cecilia Patrizi, Vaiva Rinkunaite, Eugenio Bernardi, Stefano Bastia, Valentina Torrente, Valentina Porceddu, Sanaz Davardoust. Bioclimatic design: Andrea Rossi. Models: Yuri Costantini, Andrea Genovesi
Masterplan: Michele Olivieri, Alberto Menozzi, Vaiva Rinkunaite, Stefano Bastia, Valentina Torrente, Valentina Porceddu
Visual: Francesco Naimoli
Photo credit: MCArchive
Structures: Milan Engineering
Works: Coprat, Studio Ferrari Brocajoli
Landscape Design: MDP Michel Desvigne Paysagiste