Edilizia residenziale convenzionata a torre, Nuovo Portello. Milan, Italy. Project by Cino Zucchi Architetti Milano, Italy. The project tries to integrate a series of building types responding to contemporary lifestyles and values into a sequence of public spaces carefully designed as. A sizable development has been undertaken by the Milanese architect Cino Zucchi, on a site of the former Alfa Romeo factory. Zucchi drew on.
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On the side toward the park a large built zucchl protects the deep loggias of the apartments, trying to conjugate high density with high environmental quality. Four sectors, one occupied by ckno park, and the others allocated to housing, both free and subsidised, are linked by diagonal pedestrian paths relate to the equipped axis via a bridge.
Real Estate Project Managment S. On the north, the two tower-like buildings of twelve floors define the entrance square and frame the long perspective toward the Fiera cibo Milano. Their gable profile toward the city side and the use of a warm and textured surface material – decoloured terracotta tiles – resonate with the surrounding dense urban fabric, while the abstract composition of the loggias piled up as toy blocks carved out from a solid body and the white Trani stone inserts dissolve their silhouette toward the park.
The first completed housing unit, designed by Cino Zucchi, is located behind the shopping centre whose outsized central portico launches one of the pedestrian trajectories to define the outer limit of the block facing the park.
The anomalous scale of the existing industrial Alfa Romeo precinct is opened to collective use by tracing a new series of pathways connecting it with the surrounding urban net. The project creates a new city part in coherence with the larger process of transformation affecting the area.
The use of surface material de-coloured terracotta tiles and white stone and the gable silhouette constitute a critical reading of the features of post-war Milanese architecture. The windows of varying shape and proportion, the different rolling and sliding shutter devices, the deep loggias with the steel and glass parapets are disposed following a series of permutations which maximize the long views toward the city.
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Sajni e Zambretti s. Ariatta ingegneria dei sistemi s. On the southwest side, the high-rise residential towers maximize the transparency between the existing city and the new park. Subscribe to Archello’s newsletter. Summoned later to work on it were Valle himself, who did the first work on a shopping centre, followed by Cino Zucchi and Guido Canali for the residence and Charles Jencks with Andreas Kipar and Land for the urban park. Pedestrians have access to the common courts through high porticoes which overlook the common gardens.
In the midst of the area, the restored facade of the former Alfa Romeo cafeteria generates an extruded volume inflected toward the park by the new diagonal cut.
Former Alfa Romeo factory 2b-2c area urban plan, Nuovo Portello — CZA
Three eight-floor high slabs are unified by low walls into a single block. A large trapezoid is cut in half by a highway and organised by Valle in a very elementary way.
All the fronts are treated in a dual narrative key, extended in continuous, skilful variations on the theme: The Future Towers containing more than apartments designed by international architectural Free-market residential buildings The three zuccyi towers rest on a common private garden entered by a single gateway.
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Subsidized residential tall buildings, Nuovo Portello
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The area formerly occupied by the Alfa Romeo factory at Portello, wedged between the QT8 and the fair, was reappraised towards the end of the s by Gino Valle, who designed its masterplan. I accept the terms and conditions zuchci privacy. Their apparently casual disposition seeks the best views toward zucci new landscaped park; the overhanging balconies are grouped in vertical volumes by a thin metal structure, and generate unified figures which articulate the height of the buildings.
Photography by Cino Zucchi.
And it could become important to contemporary Italian architecture and to the developments of a fast-growing but cloudy real estate market. On the south east side, three residential building slabs are organized along two elongated courts and unified by a perimeter wall. Free-market residential tall buildings Nuovo Portello The three residential towers rest on a common private garden entered by a single gateway. The windows of varying shape and proportion, the different shutter devices, the deep loggias with steel and glass parapets are disposed following a series of variations which maximize the long views toward the city.
This can be found in the Junghans project in Venice and is further enriched here with a fundamental peculiarity: Subsidized residential tall buildings Nuovo Portello The two tall xino, one adjoining via Traiano and the other set back from the street give form together to a porfello square which is the starting point of the path toward the park framing the front of the Milano Fair.
Brand Category Products Marcora costruzioni S. In the North portion the pkrtello adopts a high-rise residential type which maximizes the transparency between city and park and gives long views onto the surrounding territory and the artificial Monte Stella. A new square along via Traiano generates a new diagonal pedestrian way which becomes the main access to the new park.
The scalar anomaly of the existing industrial Alfa Romeo precinct is opened to collective use by tracing a series of new pathways well connected with the surrounding urban grid and to the larger renovation plan envisioned by Gino Valle.
The immediate perception is that of a dense settlement, created through a closed dialogue between buildings treated as families of autonomous individuals linked by assonances, references, repeated details and mirrored materials.