Project name: Politecnico Milano - Internarional campus of Architecture
Address: Piazza Leonardo da Vinci, 32 Milano
Sector: Educational Centre
Builder: CMSA Ccooperativa Muratori Sterratori e Affini (PT)
Supplier: Ductal-uhpc - Zanette SRL (PN)
Installer: Bedin e Renzi Pavimenti SRL (PC) - Power Pav Group (VA)
Pedestal used: NM3 - NM4 - NM5
Surface with Pedestal: 1320 mq
"New spaces to improve the quality of the work, study and living environments of our researchers and students.
A new state-of-the-art, international, green Campus open to all of Milan.
A new pride for the Politecnico and a gift to the city, just as Renzo Piano gave us his ideas"
Ferruccio Resta - Rettore of the Politecnico di Milano
The possibility of renovating and significantly rethinking the spaces of the Architecture Campus in via Bonardi in Milan was born from an idea of the architect Renzo Piano. The entire area was thus the subject of important changes - implemented especially on the basis of the needs of the students themselves - making it open, international, the bearer of avant-garde. The restructuring took place around 3 key points: being green, as the new campus will feature many trees and green areas; the relationship with the historic buildings, which have been respected and restored to their original appearance; the practicable terraces as the roofs of the lower buildings have been made usable for outdoor activities and events.
Eterno Ivica is more than proud to have provided its supports for this last pivotal project, giving a new life to those otherwise impractical surfaces. In fact, 4500 supports of the New Maxi NM3, NM4, NM5 type were supplied as well as about 1200 aluminum joists for the laying of multi-format slabs.
A reference of the utmost importance for Eterno Ivica which once again can be defined as fundamental for the realization of important projects both on an international and national scale. In this case, we feel extremely proud to have worked on the Italian territory and to have contributed to such an important and strongly desired project developed by leading figures such as the architect Renzo Piano and the Ottavio Di Blasi & Partners studio.