“Spark One” office building in Santa Giulia, Milan (Italy)

Santa Giulia is a residential and business district in the south-east of Milan designed by architect Norman Foster. The project covers a total of 1,200,000 square meters and encompasses the abandoned industrial areas of Montedison and Redaelli.

The new “Spark One” building, comprising 8 floors for trade and offices, is located in a triangular lot overlooking the Rogoredo train station with a square open to the public.

Two underground floors are intended for parking. A particular sunblind system assures an adequate distribution of sunlight. The flat roof has the purpose of producing photovoltaic energy.The project aims to achieve acknowledgment by LEED PLATINUM as an eco-sustainable building as well as by WELL, Building Standard, GOLD according to the international protocol that certifies the level of well-being of those who live in these buildings.

Client

Lendlease – InTown S.r.l.

Date

2017 – In corso

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Design

CMR – Massimo Roj Architects