The redevelopment project occupying the area of the former historic factories of Alfa Romeo and Lancia, (385,000 m2) along the Sempione-San Siro route, aims to mend the urban fabric, transforming it from a “closed” to a “fluid space”.
The architectural project includes three large units that make up an integrated settlement of residential, commercial and public service facilities, including a new public park.
In keeping with the architectural concept, the lighting plays on the volumes, and the choice was made to use pole-mounted fixtures bollard lights and incorporated fixture into the architecture.
The pedestrian and cycling bridge connecting the park to the residential and business area is illuminated by linear luminaires built into the structure, the new square (the largest in Milan) a lighting system with pole-mounted fixtures provides the general lighting of all the spaces, while the lower central building houses projector lamps built into the roofing to directly light the ceiling above and the surface of the square by reflection.
Gino Valle Arch. – Cino Zucchi Arch. – Guido Canali Arch. – LAND srl
Piero Castiglioni – iGuzzini Lighting
The architect team leader Piero Castiglioni assign Marco Petrucci as Senior Lighting Designer and Mauro Zani as Engineer Specialist for the realization of lighting projects. The costant innovation search and the continuing dialogue in order to meet customer demands result in a exclusive work.