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Fiera Milano – Daniel libeskind – Milan, Italy

Fiera Milano - Daniel libeskind - Milan, Italy

Fiera Milano - Daniel libeskind - Milan, Italy

Architect: Daniel Libeskind
Building size: 3,109,467 ft²
Structure: Tower: Steel structure with glass curtain wall cladding Residences: Concrete structure stone cladding Museum: Concrete structure with stone cladding
Client: City Life
Joint Venture Partner: CityEdge SRL
Structural Engineer: ARUP( Arduino Tower and Museum)AMIS srl (Residential)
Mechanical / Electrical / Plumbing Engineer: Hilson Moran Italia S.p.A.(Residential) + ARUP(Arduino Tower and Museum)
Landscape Architect: Gustafson Porter with !melk (New York), One Works (Milan), Arup Italia (Milan), Ove Arup (London)
Collaborating Architects:  Zaha Hadid & Arata Isozaki
Client Representative: Europrogetti
Status: Under construction
Completion Date: 2015

The CityLife Fiera Milano project is located in the heart of Milan, spanning 106 acres on the old fairgrounds of this historic city. The scheme of Fiera Milano incorporates residential and office development, retail space and a museum all built around a central park. In 2004 Studio Daniel Libeskind along with Zaha Hadid Architects, and Arata Isozaki Associates won the commission for the development of the site. In addition to leading the master plan, SDL is designing the contemporary art museum, the central office tower, a residential tower (the Arduino Tower), and the first housing parcel which is currently under construction.