Citylife: three towers in Milan

February 25, 2013 Comments Off on Citylife: three towers in Milan



Citylife project is located in the heart of Milan. It is located in an area of 16 hectares and it will be one of the largest expanses of Europe pedestrian zone (traffic is underground), it will feature spaces for leisure and work, highlighting a downtown skyscraper designed by three well-known architectural talents: Zaha Hadid, Arata Isozaki and Daniel Libeskind.
The place is also known as “Piazza delle Tre Torri” and it is characterized with three towers:
• dritto Il, a building designed by Isozaki (202 meters high).
• Storto, Hadid’s skyscraper (170m).
• Il, a project by Libeskind (150m).
As you can see from the photos, each building has a different height, but together they serve to accommodate a total of 10,000 in some 130.000m2.
The Citylife project includes a contemporary art museum, shopping areas with bars and restaurants, exhibition spaces, sports and entertainment. The shops will be housed in the main building, and they have direct access to the underground city. There is also room for an underground parking garage.
Each of these buildings is raised differently. There are not so many details about the project, but you can take a look at the photos to get familiar with the general idea. We will update you with further details once we have more information on this spectacular architectural project in the vivacious Italian city.
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