• Architetture degli spazi di lavoro. Park Associati and Nemesi in conversation

    On 30th June, from 18.00 to 22.00, the Ordine e Fondazione degli Architetti of Milan will host a meeting between Nemesi and Park Associati on workspace architecture. The meeting is an opportunity to reflect on the transformation of office spaces during the pandemic and the changes that have taken place, the relationship between these places and the city, remote work and the open air office. Park Associati's intervention will focus on three recent or ongoing projects: Accenture People Hub, Luxottica Digital Factory and MI.C.

    The meeting is introduced by Nicola Russi, associate professor at the Politecnico di Torino and partner of Laboratorio Permanente. The moderators are Donatella Bollani and Claudio Nelli.

    Participation is free both in person and via webinar. To register click here

  • The community that unites all professionals involved in the Unione Zero project introduces itself to the local community at Sesto San Giovanni’s Mil space

    Local identity and urban mending converge into a new idea.

    City space meets design space on a cross platform centred on production, activities, ideas and nature: a creative community made of interaction and exchange focused on an opportunity for development that aims at a different kind of living.

     Unione 0 envisages office spaces, hospitality, local commercial activities and innovative residential solutions. The theme of reconnection with the industrial legacy of the city of Sesto San Giovanni, its components enhanced by the landscape design, is the linchpin of Cluster 1, the main building of the entire complex designed by Park Associati to host a 700-bed student Hotel.

     The other selected designers involved in the masterplan are Antonio Citterio and Patricia Viel, Barreca & La Varra and Scandurra Studio Architettura.

    June 29th 2022, 6pm

    Sesto San Giovanni, Spazio MIL, via Luigi Granelli 1.

    To register, click here

     Image credits: Foster+Partners

  • Park Associati present the MI.C project at the Tall Buildings conference

    The eleventh edition of the international Tall Buildings conference, sponsored by the Iuav Venezia and the Politecnico Milano, will be held on Wednesday 22nd June at the Triennale di Milano.

    Moderated by Aldo Norsa and Dario Trabucco, the conference brings together designers, administrators and investors to present the current design developments both in Milan and internationally with a focus on techniques and new research related to the environmental and social sustainability needs that will characterise the coming years. Park Associati will present the MI.C urban regeneration project for Piazza Luigi di Savoia and the construction of a new office tower in place of the former Michelangelo hotel.


    22nd June 2022, Milan, Salone d 'Onore Triennale Milano, 9.30 am - 6 pm

    For the programme and the registration: click here

  • Leva, the handle designed by Park Associati, unveiled to the public of Salone del Mobile 2022

    Filippo Pagliani and Michele Rossi unveil to the public of Salone del Mobile Leva, the handle designed by Park Associati, on June 8th, in the booth of the company DND Handles, at Fiera Milano Rho.

    Leva is Park Associati‘s new challenge in the field of product design. Inspired by the physical concept of lever, the realization of Leva has semplicity and functionality as guidelines to achieve formal purity and preciousness of the finishing.

    June 8th, Fiera Milano Rho, 10 am

  • 8MILIARDI. Global Clautrophobia

    The projects SLUM, by Aldo Mucciarone and Uno sull’altro, by Giacomo Quinland, winners of the Milano Design Week Call #3, launched by Park Associati to promote the work of international young designers, are on show throughout the Milano Design Week, from 6th to 12th in the Hub space of the studio.

    Cocktail Party: June 7, 7 - 10 pm
    Exhibition: June 6 / 12, 10 am - 7.30 pm

    Park Hub, via Garofalo 31, Milan

  • Tuesday, 10th May at 6.30 pm, presentation to the public of MI.C

    Characterised by the interchange between past, present and future, MI.C is a bold project that aims to regenerate the urban polarity of Stazione Centrale. This urban and architectural project examines the history of the city that was and reinterprets its character moving it towards what is to come – a new Milan. Environmental responsibility, urban regeneration and architecture come together in a model of experience that looks to the innovation of new social interactions and relationships.

    Giancarlo Tancredi, Councillor for Urban Regeneration of the Municipality of the City of Milan
    Diego Imperiale, Bi-studio,  Project Manager Finleonardo
    Michele Rossi, Founder partner Park Associati
    Maurizio Milan, Founder of Milan Ingegneria S.p.A.

    Tuesday, 10th May, at 6:30 pm
    aT Hotel Michelangelo – Piazza Luigi di Savoia, Via Lepetit entrance
    Ground Floor – Former Sala Mosé

    To partecipate sign up here

  • Park Associati participates with a double location to the Open House Milano weekend on Saturday, May 14th

    Park Associati will open the doors of the studio on Saturday 14th May, from 10 am to 6 pm. Architects and collaborators will guide the public on a specific tour, focusing on the design’s approach, activities, materials and people through a multimedia exhibition path.

    Book your visit here

    The building complex by Pietro Portaluppi in Via Brisa (via Ansperto) will open to the public in the afternoon of Saturday 14th May from 2 to 6 pm.
    The legal firm Allen & Overy will open some of the spaces which were the focus of Park Associati’s restyling, including the library, the lower-ground courtyard, the added top floor and Portaluppi’s original stairwell. 

    Book your visit here

  • A new office tower overlooking Piazza Luigi di Savoia in Milan

    The new office tower envisaged by Park Associati’s project for the former Hotel Michelangelo is destined to become the landmark that will lead the way in the redevelopment of Piazza Luigi di Savoia – adjacent to the Stazione Centrale – by reconnecting car and pedestrian flows and promoting alternative mobility thanks to the creation of a bicycle parking station.

    Following the complete demolition of the hotel, the new complex comprises two adjacent towers rising from a four-storey volume whose facades are in line with the surrounding buildings, thus creating a visual connection between the complex and the square’s structures.