Multi-floor glazed building
Renovation in the heart of Milan. Innovative design and flexible spaces for Torre Sassetti

L22 Urban & Building, Business Unit of the Lombardini22 Group, is in Milan to renovate and requalify Torre Sassetti, by emphasizing its presence in the square and maximizing its height to give a sense of greater verticality

In the Porta Nuova area of Milan, the L22 Urban & Building studio, Business Unit of the Lombardini22 Group, has redeveloped and renovated Torre Sassetti, a building built between 1990 and 1992, and now the hub of the newly created Fintech District, an urban area dedicated to the development of innovative finance and technology

Palace redeveloped in glass

The building has a continuous glass façade, characterized by the superimposition of a weave of thin horizontal and vertical elements that underline the layout in planes and the structural grid of the façade. L22's design approach follows a contemporary vision where maximizing the efficiency and flexibility of future office space is combined with innovative façade design and a flux of spaces and views from inside to outside and vice versa

Palace redeveloped in glass

To emphasize the verticality of the tower, the facade grid is extended beyond the floor of the terrace, while a Santafiora stone cladding of gray lava rock is used to visually anchor the building to the ground to the pillars and lintel on the ground floor. The giant order of columns covered in Santafiora gray lava rock to emphasize the solidity of the base and make the superior construction more elegant

Palace redeveloped in glass

On the ground floor the closing gate towards the square in front is removed to open the first floor in a visual continuum and use of space: the building is connected to the city. On the outside, it has an array of double-height pillars. The double-height hall is a functional and dynamic venue both for accommodation and relaxation

Palace redeveloped in glass

In order not to interrupt the volume unit on the main front, a lodge has been created in each of the floors dedicated to office spaces, which have been completely renovated with a view to improving the efficiency and flexibility of the work environment

Palace redeveloped in glass

An external service lift, which functions as a fire elevator in case of need, can access all floors of the tower, up to the new terrace on the 13th floor. The shift of the gross floor area, from the terraces, from the common mezzanine and from the closure of the disembarkations-elevators, has created an area that can be used for a new level, the 13th and for the conversion to offices of the 12th floor that was previously used only for technical rooms

Palace redeveloped in glass

The penthouse floor is characterized by the large terrace (about 370 square meters) with trees and shrubs in pot, 360 ° views of the city and the event room also equipped with closed spaces and support

Palace redeveloped in glass

The LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) certification process at Platinum level is underway for Torre Sassetti, the certification that recognizes the building's important values such as saving resources, energy efficiency, the selection of materials, low consumption lighting and the quality of the internal environment

Palace redeveloped in glass

The intervention was designed under the keywords elegance and timelessness. The new Sassetti Tower has a strong identity, free from temporary fashions

Palace redeveloped in glass

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