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(January 1 – March 31, 2024)

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Roberto Mancuso

City Life

Piazza Tre Torri, (City Life District), Milan city, Italy

March 23th, h 17 and 24 min UTC

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CityLife is a significant urban complex located in Milan, known for its modern design and innovative structures.

Before CityLife was built, the area was home to Milan's old trade fair district, called Fiera Campionaria. This district was known for its vast open spaces and industrial buildings, primarily used for fairs and exhibitions.

The most iconic architectural element of the CityLife complex is its three towers, designed by renowned international architects.

The Isozaki Tower, also known as "il Dritto," was designed by the Japanese architect Arata Isozaki.

The Hadid Tower, also known as "lo Storto," was designed by the Iraqi-British architect Zaha Hadid.

The Libeskind Tower, also known as "il Curvo," was designed by the Polish-American architect Daniel Libeskind.

Each tower features a unique and modern design, representing a symbol of innovation and progress for the city of Milan. The name "CityLife" was chosen to reflect the idea of creating a new and vibrant urban center within the city, offering a variety of services, public spaces, and cultural activities. The term "Life" emphasizes the goal of creating a dynamic and bustling place where people can live, work, and enjoy their leisure time.


Canon R5, Canon eos 15 mm f/2,8 fish eye, hand held, Photoshop (a lot) PtGui, Pano2vr

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