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UniCredit Headquarters

2013 , Milan, Italy
Design Architect: Pelli Clarke Pelli (Office Towers A, B, C)
Client: Hines Italia S.r.l.
Categories: Commercial | High-Rise
About project
About project

Each of the three office buildings forming UniCredit Headquarters in Milan received LEED® Gold certification and were the first in Italy to receive this recognition

The three towers forming Unicredit Headquarters — 31, 22, and 11 stories tall — include Italy’s tallest building which spirals upward, culminating in a sculptural stainless steel spire. Clad in reflective glass, the three narrow towers enclose a new public space, the piazza, that links the buildings to their surroundings. At the street level, the towers are clad in stone.

Around the piazza, a ring-shaped canopy connects the podiums of the three towers. Two levels of shops are above the piazza, with additional retail and dining at the sunken level, while the podium contains parking and a direct connection to the Stazione Garibaldi rail station.

Location: Milan, Italy
Design Architect: Pelli Clarke Pelli (Office Towers A, B, C)
Executive Architect: Adamson Associates Architects
Client: Hines Italia S.r.l.
Size: 1,400,000 sf / 130,060 sm
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High-Rise Office
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Access to Transit
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Water Features
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Public Plazas
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Parking for 1118 cars
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LEED® Gold Certified
Completion: 2013