The evocative power of bandoxalpro has become the eye-catcher of the inner courtyard’s cladding in the historic building in via Orefici - via Cantù in Milan. The result obtained by Planium Srl and Terenzi Srl is striking and connects history and modernity.
Lightness, brightness and malleability are the distinguishing features of bandoxalpro, which is the ideal surface for cladding and panelling, combining durability and appearance.
It is made from full thickness aluminium with Matt finish and it is anodised and coloured in shades of champagne.
The project was conceived and coordinated by the Barreca & La Varra architectural firm in Milan and carried out by the general contractor Nessi & Majocchi spa for Savills Investment Management - Hines Italia.

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Redevelopment and enhancement of a nineteenth century complex
Architectural Redevelopment, Milan center