At the Heart of CityLife –

For Design Diffusion Video News, we have visited the Libeskind Tower and the Heinz Beck’s restaurant “Attimi”

The Libeskind Tower in Milan has reached the 29th floor. We have been to see how “The Curved One” will look like, the third tower in the Citylife district. A height of 180 m, 30 floors, 26,000 cubic meters of concrete, 2,700,000 kg of reinforcing steel, 730 metric tons of steel profiles. The tower will be inhabited up to the 29th floor, where a 36 m high metal crowning element will be installed.In the Citylife district as well, starred chef Heinz Beck has opened his new restaurant “Attimi”. Under his guidance, “La Pergola” in Rome received the third Michelin star and five forks, a score of 19/20 for the L’Espresso guide, 93/100 for the Gambero Rosso guide, three stars by the Veronelli guide. “Attimi” is a project by Heinz Beck, in partnership with Chef Express (Gruppo Cremonini). Following the first restaurant in Rome, the second has opened in Milan, at CityLife, with interiors designed by architect and designer Fabio Novembre.


Living the spaces in a new way, from free time to smart working, offering smart breaks, is one of the goals of E-LOUNGE, the Repower benches designed by Lanzillo&Partners that offer a charging service for pedal-assisted bicycles and devices of any kind, while comfortably browsing thanks to the Wi-Fi hot spot. On the occasion of the Design Week, 9-14 April, these benches will be placed on Piazza Castello (Milan) where, representing the future trend of electric mobility, we will find 80 kick scooters made by Dott, a leading European startup in the micro-mobility sector. The scooters will be available for free test rides and to rent via app to allow you to move faster about the area of the event dedicated to the city of the future.

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