A new architectural and engineering redevelopment of an existing office building located in Milan (Italy), via Bisceglie 95 in Milan, property of Sviluppo Immobiliare Corio S.r.l..
The FRAME BUILDING initiative involved the property and the project team in the challenge of revitalizing an inefficient building from the early 2000s, located in Milan in the Lorenteggio business district, through a redevelopment project designed with a holistic approach, based on clear values and prerogatives.
The footprint of this activity is achieved through a new visual impact, the attention to the flexibility and quality of the spaces and their relationship with green areas and external, and the improvement of energy performance with the consequent LEED Gold pre-certification.
The regeneration is the result of the joint effort coordinated by the property, SIC Sviluppo Immobiliare Corio S.r.l., historic Milanese developer, involving the architect Stefano Belingardi Clusoni, founder of BE.ST Belingardi Stefano, as Design Architect of the project and artistic director, and the team of L22 Civil Engineering that planned, managed and executed the renovation project by coordinating architecture, systems, LEED certification, administrative procedures, safety and DL
Composed of two main volumes, with a height of six floors for about 8,500 square meters, as well as an eternal area and an underground level with parking spaces and technical rooms. Frame Building maintains its office vocation by becoming even more efficient, flexible and elegant.
The metal elements that oscillate vertically on several planes generate horizontal cuts in the string courses, which, create a new harmonic tension and, thanks to the lights integrated in the façade, allow the property to live, even at night, like a large lantern for the city.