Museo Diocesano

Milan / Italy / 2010

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The project discusses the theme of continuity between the park and the street. It’s drawn up as a range of answers to the various urban and landscape problems: the relation with Corso di Porta Ticinese, the requalification of the buildings’ blind fronts on the void generated by war demolitions, an adequate definition of the access to the park, the relations with the cloister and the entire Sant’Eustorgio museum. The existing part of the museum, dedicated to fix collections, and the new one, dedicated to temporary collections, are related and linked.
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    The project discusses the theme of continuity between the park and the street. It’s drawn up as a range of answers to the various urban and landscape problems: the relation with Corso di Porta Ticinese, the requalification of the buildings’ blind fronts on the void generated by war demolitions, an adequate definition of the access to the park, the relations with the cloister and the entire Sant’Eustorgio museum. The existing part of the museum, dedicated to fix collections, and the new one,...

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    • Year 2010
    • Status Research/Thesis
    • Type Public Squares / Apartments / Multi-family residence / Multi-purpose Cultural Centres / Exhibitions /Installations
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