On Wallpaper innovation and optimism guide the future of Milan’s architecture: the Italian financial and design capital comes back to life amid new projects and visions for a green and sustainable future. Renovated mobility projects – such as the Open Roads initiative – and le ones related to Urban Forestry – such as ForestaMi – bring the Lombard capital to one of the most ambitious urban realities in Europe. This will radically transform urban planning, bringing kilometres of cycle paths and green areas, strengthening the city’s sustainability credentials, as well as its general dynamics and role in the global scene.
Among the most innovative projects presented in the article, the Human Technpole signed by Piuarch, the BAM by Petra Blaisse, the renovation of the Politecnico di Milano by Renzo Piano and Ottavio di Biasi and the Bosco Navigli designed by Stefano Boeri Architetti, which presents itself like a courtyard building perfectly inserted in the Lombard tradition, planned to stimulate the dynamic use of public and private spaces.
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