Milano

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In this gallery, I show my personal selection of some of Milan’s most refined and daring architectural projects.

I’ll take you through Gio Ponti’s Pirelli Tower (built in 1960 but still timeless); the Museo del Novecento (renovated in 2009-2010); an new office park in the Maciachini Area, built by Sauerbruch Hutton in 2011; and finally, I disclose an excerpt of the huge Röntgen Building of the Bocconi University (conceived by Grafton Architects)