Project:

Santa Giulia – la Rinascente

Year:

2007

Client:

Milano Santa Giulia SPA

Location:

Milan, Italy

Program:

Department store “Rinascente”, Housing

Area:

14.000 sqm

Architect:

Hosoya Schaefer Architects AG, Zürich

Commission:

Direct Commission

Structure:

Arup, London / Milan

MEP:

Arup, London / Milan

Local Architect:

RED, Milan

Cost Consultant:

Studio tre, Milan

Visualisation:

Raumgleiter GmbH, Zurich; Kuramochi+Oguma, Tokyo

Milan, Italy, 2007

This project is a mixed-use department store and apartment building in Milano Santa Giulia, a recently developed area containing approximately 1.2 million square meters of newly-built space developed by Lord Norman Foster and located about 4 km north of central Milan. It is situated in the quarter’s commercial center, which offers urban functions including shopping, offices, apartments, and leisure facilities.

The building is divided into three sections: the two stories under the arcades facing the street are encased in glass. The department store with atrium lies in the middle, with additional stores to the sides. Above this a fully enclosed façade encases over two stories of large, column-free space for the department store and the garden-level apartments. These are arranged in the third, green area in the form of individual villas surrounded by public and private outdoor spaces.

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Contact

Zürich office

Flüelastrasse 10, 8048 Zürich, Switzerland (Google Maps)
T. +41 43 243 6313F. +41 43 243 6315
office@hosoyaschaefer.com

Kyoto office

Jimukinoueda bldg. 603, 21 Sakaicho, Gojo-Takakurakado, Shimogyoku, Kyoto 600-819, Japan
T. +81 75 744 1503
office@hosoyaschaefer.com