Turn into green and modern a building in the heart of Milan. Palazzo Beltrade, a famous building designed by the architect Portaluppi, the new challenge accepted by Sandrini Green Architecture.
The project was developed around a large vegetation wall. The goal was to bring nature in the heart of Milan, giving beauty, well-being and a sense of vitality to the core of the Lombard city, where green is rare. Fine and unique atmosphere, all the balconies, terraces and the internal courtyard of the Palazzo were dressed in green, creating a unique design in the city. Each plant has been chosen with care and attention, both for aesthetic aspects and those related to the resistance of the vegetation, as well as to combine the colours and create a colourful wall that would amaze and astonish. The 1950 plants used create colourful spots: the protruding decorative Fatsia Japonica alternates delicate texture of Soleiroila, the bright greens of Carex and of Aucuba contrast with the dark red of Heuchera and the forest green of Viburnum, creating a feeling of movement and nuances that crosses the entire composition. A stunning and original view... but especially sustainable.
Marco Sandrini, Chief Landscape Designer at Sandrini Green Architecture