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Bassi Business Park, one of the largest urban redevelopment projects underway in Milan, is the new complex of buildings with high energy and environmental performance, which will lead to the recovery of more than 70,000 square metres of built area. The project includes the use of Nesite raised floors, a functional and ethical choice related both to the destination of use of the complex and to the principles of reconstruction, according to ESG characteristics.
Designed by OBR Open Building Research Srl for the client Generali Real Estate, Bassi Business Park represents a huge architectural recovery in the Isola district, which will return to the city nine innovative and interconnected office buildings, developed by Impresa Percassi.
Characterized by transparency and flexibility, the buildings are designed to adapt to different work configurations,
along with social spaces such as break areas, panoramic terraces and a large courtyard conceived as an urban forest by the Openfabric landscaping studio.
A distinctive feature are the facades, complemented by a brise-soleil system with a color range of more than 40 shades, an aesthetic as much as technological choice that contributes to the buildings’ LEED Gold certification.
WHY THE RAISED FLOOR
Bassi Business Park involves us in the construction of a contemporary complex with high environmental and comfort standards, with a supply and installation of more than 14,000 square meters of Indoor Air Comfort Gold-certified raised floors, according to the required health parameters.
Among the special features of the construction are the irregular subfloor and a height of only 14 cm of the finished floor, due to the conservative nature of the project. Despite the very small space of the subfloor, the load-bearing structure has been supplemented by acoustic pads for a greater footfall comfort.
Finally, the floor system meets the technical and functional needs of buildings, offering plant flexibility and a modular configuration of work layouts.
– system consisting of 600×600 mm chipboard panels, 38 mm thick, for loose-lay finishings
– System composed of 600×600 mm chipboard panels, 38 mm thick, with porcelain finishing.