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A new “style city” to the south of Milan will bring fashion, design and quality food and wine together in a single place. This commercial space, Scalo Milano, will benefit from proximity to the city, with the S13 Passante suburban railway line making it reachable in just 20 minutes from Milan. There are two planned phases for this project: the first focuses on making the two terraces of shops (with a gross leasable area of 43,000 square metres), while the second will increase the commercial space to 60,000 square metres. The artistic direction and architectural design is being handled by Metrogramma Milano, an architecture and urban planning studio founded fifteen years ago by Andrea Boschetti and Alberto Francini. Fashion meets functionality at Scalo Milano, a project that was launched in 2014 by Locate District and was developed by the company Promos, which specialises in large commercial spaces. In fact, the Fashion Village will occupy only three quarters of the allotted land, the rest will be dedicated to the Lifestyle Emporium and the Food Village.
The designers stated aim is to give the commercial buildings a contemporary architectural feel so that merchants can offer an innovative sales model,
different from the usual postmodern or classic outlet, and also different than a traditional shopping centre. The exterior, which comes in four varieties (metallic, reflective metal, glass, and glass and metal strips) is a modular faade system that hooks onto the existing structure. There are also different types of roofs, like the ones that will be integrated into the exterior system of each single unit, as well as larger ones that will be used for the fashion square and the entrances. These will be made of a metallic structure and will be covered in reflective materials, steel or sheets of ETFE. The plan also includes high quality flooring (with designs) for the plazas.
The planning for this project, which touched off debates among business associations and environmental groups, is the result of a development project that was launched in 2010 by the municipality of Locate and was underwritten by the region of Lombardy, the Province of Milan and the South Milan Nature Park, which will add 120,
000 square metres of green space to its property thanks to this initiative. 13 del D. Lgs. 196/2003.