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Manens-Tifs

Services

Concept, Preliminary and Detailed MEP Design, Sustainability Consultancy, LEED Consultancy

Project Size

366,000 sqm (Total Area)

Date

2006 – Ongoing

Description

CityLife is a residential, commercial and business district not far from the old city centre of Milan, involving an area of 36.6 ha. The project is designed by the famous architects Zaha Hadid, Arata Isozaki and Daniel Libeskind.

The project involves the construction of three skyscrapers, with dedicated areas for offices, stores, restaurants and services. The luxury residential area covers about 164,000 square metres, with around 1,300 apartments (housing about 4,500 people).

In addition, more than 50% of the available area, 170,000 square metres are dedicated to green spaces. There are also underground parking spaces for around 7,000 vehicles.

Input

Isozaki Tower: LEED environmental sustainability consultancy during design and realization phase, Commissioning

Hadid Tower: preliminary design, intermediate design for authorizations, advanced intermediate design, intermediate design for tender of the electrical and mechanical systems, architectural lighting design (in cooperation with Max Fordham)

Libeskind Tower: preliminary design, intermediate design for authorizations, intermediate design for tender of the electrical and mechanical systems, assistance to CityLife for the LEED environmental certification (in cooperation with Max Fordham Ltd)

Libeskind Residential buildings:  preliminary design, intermediate design for authorizations, intermediate design for tender of the electrical and mechanical systems

Connection building between the Towers: preliminary design, intermediate design for authorizations, intermediate design for tender of the electrical and mechanical systems

Unique / Key Features

CityLife represents an innovative business centre characterized by the highest architectural level.