Edison Project

Milan
2006 - 2007

The intervention is part of a broader process of redeveloping a brownfield site on the edge of the city, going on to develop a new upscale office district.

At the request of the investor client, the design and performance standards adopted aligned with the most common European standards for this type of property.

The complex consists of three multi-story office buildings, distinguished by rational and contemporary architecture, to which are added two basement levels used for parking and service/warehouse rooms.

Particular attention was paid to the adoption of state-of-the-art plant solutions, with an innovative air conditioning system for the Italian context based on fan-coils concentrated in technical floor compartments and air distribution through closed ceilings.

As for the load-bearing structures, while maintaining a relatively traditional layout, the focus was on optimizing the footprint and maximizing static efficiency by resorting to the use of high-quality materials and technologies such as self-compacting concretes (SCC). This made it possible to minimize the footprint of the structural elements to make the most of the interior surfaces.

The whole thing was built according to the highest standards of sustainability and energy efficiency, aiming for high performance in terms of energy savings and low environmental impact.

An intervention that combines contemporary architecture, state-of-the-art plant systems and efficient structures in a high-profile office complex in line with the most advanced trends in European tertiary construction.

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