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Milan’s historic fiera area comprising 255,000 square meters was the subject of an architectural competition in 2004 for a residential and commercial project. City Life won the competition with designs by Arata Isozaki, Daniel Libeskind, and Zaha Hadid.

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The project, immersed in a park of 160,000 square metres (one of Europe’s largest pedestrianized zones) brings a new model for work and leisure to the city, with traffic circulating only underground.

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At the centre of the project is the business district — three office towers in the ‘Piazza Delle Tre Torri’ (square of the three towers): Torre Isozaki – 202 m with 50 floors (the straight one), Torre Hadid – 170 m with 44 floors (the twisted one), and Torre Libeskind – 150m with 30 floors (the curved one).

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The three towers are able to accommodate around 10,000 people, a contemporary art museum, a shopping area with bars and restaurants, and a pavilion for exhibitions, sports, entertainment and fashion shows will supplement the master plan project.