The UniCredit Pavilion is an excellent example of an eco-building: a multifunctional space bringing together cutting edge technology with environmental sustainability.
Not just an auditorium, a venue for events, meeting and conferences, and a space to display art; the UniCredit Pavilion brings all of these together through a series of different spaces.
The pavilion is a place where encounters and exchanges happen, where economy, culture and art come together and where the local and international worlds meet.
The UniCredit Pavilion reflects the company’s identity. UniCredit is an inherently European company, but retains strong links with the local community, contributing to its economic and sustainable development.
Innovation, light and flexibility are guiding principles of architect Michele De Lucchi and his firm, which is behind the UniCredit Pavilion. The building is designed in such a way that emphasises its natural resources, with plenty of glass to create a light, bright and welcoming atmosphere. Its construction and technical specifications allow it to fit in and complement the surrounding park, square and the modern, high rise form of the UniCredit Tower.
The Piazza Gae Aulenti, where the UniCredit Pavilion stands, is recognisable for its timber and glass structure, and its light and open spaces. Michele De Lucchi has created a masterpiece that combines state-of-the-art technology with respect for the surrounding nature. The building complies with strict environmental sustainability standards and is designed in accordance with LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design), the most popular global green building certification programme.
Many thanks to UniCredit Pavilion for the kind hospitality.
Piazza Gae Aulenti 10 – metro station Garibaldi (green and lilla lines)