Once a pollution prone factory used by Schlumberger in the production of gas meters, this property was transformed into approximately 25,000 sqm of pleasing buildings.
This site used to be the industrial plant where Richard Ginori produced ceramics and now it hosts a creative village dedicated to the world of fashion, design, advertising, media and art.
La Forgiatura is a unique integrated campus located in Zona Certosa, in the North-Western part of Milan (Via Varesina).
Today, this 30,000 sqm complex comprises the Design & Fashion Hotel.
General Electric used several industrial sites in Milan for metallurgy after the end of WWII.
The old Milan Nestlé industrial plant was regenerated into a new, vital location.
Five distinct multi-purpose, six-storey buildings of around 5,500 sqmeach have been designed by modern project architect Matteo Thun.
A Post Office since the beginning of the 18th Century, Howick Place, near St James’ Park in London, was bought directly from Royal Mail.