November 21, 2001

    The Municipality of Milan issued a tue competition for the enlargement and re-design of Parco-Forlanini, bound to become one of the main Parks of the city of Milan.

    The project we presented divides the area into three main zones, each one begin characterised by very its own programme, spatial features and vegetation, with a building acting as condenser. The purpose is to create three large “theme parks”, whose scale and function are big enought to be perceived as relevant also to an overlocal context: the “urban park”. The three areas are linked by a network of paths for walking, cycling, skating and jogging, provided with parking and a serie of scattered points with commercial and service function.

    Project information
    location: Milano, Italy
    commission: preliminary project
    year: 2001
    client: Comune di Milano
    built area: 5.800 sqm
    budget: 8.000.000,00€

    Architectural Design:
    BOERISTUDIO (Stefano Boeri, Gianandrea Barreca, Giovanni La Varra)

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