ACPV designed building D, an office focused on employee health
A former industrial area south of Milan has a long-term plan for redevelopment. Antonio Citterio Patricia Viel (ACPV) is finishing work on a building in the area that not only respects sustainable practices, but also aims to create a unique health surroundings For employees, too.
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This office building is called Building D and is the second office building completed in the Symbiosis business district. Milan, Italy. Covivio, an investment real estate company, is the client of the project, whose mission is to “build sustainable relationships and well-being.” With this in mind, ACPV’s design team redefines the appearance of the company’s workspace.
Building D covers an area of 20,000 square meters and has a four-story part roof garden The cantilever design and the nine-story volume include rooftop outdoor spaces for employees to walk or exercise. Internally, the building has flexible workspaces to adapt to the changing and diverse needs of employees, including areas for collaboration and easy contact with remote workers.It also includes a kitchenette, gym and rest space, emphasizing health The employee’s lifestyle.
Architect Patricia Viel said: “As business moves more and more online, more and more people choose to work remotely, and the work culture is changing rapidly in various ways.” “Building D changes the traditional office Entering an attractive and welcoming meeting place, people want to work here because they can find the space and services they may need throughout the day. “
Building D is building WELL core (minimum copper) certification and LEED core and shell platinum certification.This means it not only caters to high energy efficiency Standards, but also focus on air and water quality, water management, ergonomics, and even cleaning products used in the space.
The project is part of a larger urban development plan, and it has several structural elements that reflect the Fastweb headquarters completed next door. Public passages invite visitors to enter between the building and the building, all designed by ACPV.
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