This La Lucia beach house perfectly balances luxury and comfort with its uncomplicated spaces.
Paghera: Live in Maggiolina
In collaboration with "DONTSTOP architecture", the Project "Live in Maggiolina" aims to revitalise the ex-industrial area of La Maggiolina in Milan.
PAGHERA is committed to the project 'Live in Maggiolina' by working in both planning and realization of loggias, terraces and the park of the residential complex.
Comparing this project to any other buildings in Milan, the green space stands out: versatile and central, greenery represents a new way of “living in the city”.
A high innovative planning approach: the ex-industrial area of “La Maggiolina” turns into a residential district. A completely new panorama where the green theme expands from the ground floor to all the other levels up to the roof.
As much as they were additional areas of the house, each floor and apartment presents loggias and terraces. Relaxing and natural living spaces where to immerse, completely surrounded by the enchanting skyline of Porta Nuova, Milan.
Every residence can be purchased “per square meter”, housing unit by housing unit, making the buyer totally free to choose the structure of the house. In addition high customizable interiors, with the possibility of composing a personal garden on the external wall. Every terrace has been directly designed by PAGHERA following the owner's tastes and desires in plants, but even the environmental needs connected to the height of the flat and the weather of Milan. Completely surrounded by the park also designed by PAGHERA, the complex will result as a real city forest, extremely natural and not forced, as if nature had climbed up on the buildings.
The district of La Maggiolina is located in the North zone of Milan, a suburb that has its own appearance and history, eventually not very popular and well-known by the Milanese either, but full of charm and originality.
More information: www.abitareinmaggiolina.com
PROČITAJTE SLEDEĆI TEKST: The second edition of the RIBA International Prize launches with stellar Grand Jury led by Elizabeth Diller