It looks like part of a perfect sphere enfolding the square in the former Trade Fair district.
CMB set up a large working group to study the project and implement it, consolidating its skills in the construction of large office skyscrapers.
The concept from which the United States architect Daniel Libeskind took inspiration to design the third CityLife tower was the classic Renaissance dome, reinterpreted through the concave shape.
The building on the ground floor contains a triple-height entrance hall, accessible both from the Shopping District and the M5 subway exit, and from the upper level of the new city square. The offices occupy the first floor to the twenty-eighth floor. The twenty-seventh floor houses an office on two levels and a very impressive double-height conference hall.
The central core, occupied by eight elevators divided into two distinct blocks, guarantees maximum flexibility of use of the spaces also in the event of there being a number of tenants.
The “Curve” begins to take shape. Work continues, and the Libeskind tower rises ever higher towards the sky. With a number of floors already completed, the characteristic curve starts to emerge.
They were two crucial months for the building site: the steel support columns and the climbing formwork were installed for working at heights.
A new phase for the building site started, with elevation from ground level. Work started in January 2018.
CMB is awarded the contract for building the new skyscraper in Milan. It involves two phases: the construction of the underground part (on pre-existing foundations) and elevation to ground level. Work started a month later.
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