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Nestlé Headquarters by Park Associati

Posted by Walter Phillips on 04.04.2017 - Tagged as:

Nestlé Headquarters by Park Associati

Photographer: Andrea Martiradonna

In the month of April 2014, Nestlè Italy inaugurated its new headquarters in the building called U27, completed two years from construction start in the Milanofiori Nord area, Assago (MI) . The architectural project was committed by society Milanofiori 2000 to Park Associati while executive project and management work have been taken in charge by the engineering firm General Planning.

 

The architectural design by Park Associati is based on an analytical approach to the articulated system of access to the Milanofiori Nord area, the pedestrian walkways and roads, climatic factors relating to the context and the goal of properly integrating the building into the overall masterplan. Its position as a link to an area of forest towards the north led to the development of a complex that while being based on a closed courtyard layout, enables a visual permeability to be maintained in terms of the routes that surround the building. The building has been designed in such a way as to create a visual continuity between the natural landscape of the wood at the north and the designed landscape of the site itself. The courtyard, reserved for users of the building, relates to the external landscape and is conceived as a kind of “secret garden”.

Nestlé Headquarters by Park Associati

Photographer: Andrea Martiradonna

Nestlé Headquarters by Park Associati

Photographer: Andrea Martiradonna

Nestlé Headquarters by Park Associati

Photographer: Andrea Martiradonna

Nestlé Headquarters by Park Associati

Photographer: Andrea Martiradonna

Nestlé Headquarters by Park Associati

Photographer: Andrea Martiradonna

Nestlé Headquarters by Park Associati

Photographer: Andrea Martiradonna

Nestlé Headquarters by Park Associati

Photographer: Andrea Martiradonna

 

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