2017
04.04

2017.04.04

Malta’s new Parliament House by Renzo Piano


The most representative institution is a sculpted building that comes straight from the future. Because it is smart, sustainable and practically emission free, and because it has embraced and updated its own ruins.

Malta’s new Parliament House by Renzo Piano

The building’s most striking feature, in the urban context, is the simple, laser-sculpted limestone facade, reminiscent of stone eroded by the sun, marked by the vagaries of time and history:it is the outer skin of a structure that filters the sun’s rays and ensures natural lighting. Its visual and formal, though not philological, continuity is intriguing, developing as it does between the new Parliament and the artistic and archeological emergencies of the square. The World Heritage Site has undergone a complex urban redevelopment and architectural reassignment project, designed by the Renzo Piano Building Workshop and involving the new construction, the recovery of the ruins of the adjacent Opera House, converted into an open-air theater, and the new city gate, reinterpreted as a sort of breach in the boundary wall. 

The customized furnishings and UniFor partition systems offer original and rational solutions for the workplaces – with professional style and the standing of a globalized tertiary building, the Chamber features fully equipped workstations that enhance the geometry of the hall. Everything is marked by rigorous simplicity, non-invasive technology, top-class technical performance, versatility and great comfort.

2022
25.10
CSS_VILLAGE Orgatec 2022

2022.10.25

CSS_VILLAGE Orgatec 2022

On occasion of Orgatec 2022 Citterio is launching CSS_VILLAGE

2022
13.10
New Molteni&C 2022 advertising campaign

2022.10.13

New Molteni&C 2022 advertising campaign

An idea of a cosy, reassuring and welcoming home, yet constantly evolving, plays the backdrop for the new 2022 Molteni&C advertising campaign.

2022
13.05
La grande Milano in Triennale.

2022.05.13

La grande Milano in Triennale.

It is a tribute to Aldo Rossi, an undisputed master of 20th century learning and a protagonist of international architecture