An iconic building in the centre of Milan: 7,500 square metres in the heart of the business, fashion and shopping district, only 150 metres from the Duomo, with two entrances from Corso Vittorio Emanuele II and Largo Corsia dei Servi. Prestige, state-of-the-art technologies and high efficiency are the keywords for this project by Antonio Citterio Patricia Viel (ACPV).
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METAL FALSE CEILING
INTEGRATED LIGHTING SYSTEM
AIR CIRCULATION SYSTEM/primary air
ENERGY CLASS A
CERTIFICATIONS LEED GOLD, WELL SILVER
BMS Siemens Desigo
The project embraces a comprehensive idea of sustainability: for the environment, with a LEED® pre-certification (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) at Gold level; and for the occupants, securing the WELL certification, a top quality standard for the tenants.
FOR THE BUILDING
LEED® is a voluntary rating program for any kind of commercial or housing development that looks at the entire life-cycle of a building, from design to construction.
LEED® promotes sustainable practices, rating a building’s performance in key areas such as water and energy savings, CO2 emissions, interior materials and resources, and the overall impact of a project, including choice of location.
FOR ITS OCCUPANTS
WELL is a recent international protocol designed to evaluate the well-being and healthiness of a building for those who reside or work in it. The protocol is based on measuring, certifying and monitoring all those aspects of a building that can have an impact on the health and well-being of the occupants.
WELL is run by the International WELL Building Institute™, a Public Benefit Corporation, whose aim is to promote well-being and health in buildings.
WELL’s focus is on the individual, though it also takes into account the fact that a healthy work environment is also beneficial in aiding productivity, reducing sickness leave and absenteeism, thus reducing annual operating costs for companies.
The building is located in Corso Vittorio Emanuele II, between the renown Piazza San Babila and the Duomo – in an exceptionally well-served area, close to the most important economic ventures in the city (banking corporations, international legal firms, important multinational companies, fashion and luxury brands).
The building is close to the stops of the M1 metro line, and of the 73 bus, which is directly linked to Linate airport. The forthcoming M4 metro stop is also going to connect San Babila to Linate in just 7 stops.
1,5 km – 10’ underground
2,2 km – 15’ underground
BUS LINES: 54, 60, 61, 73