New ENI Headquarters
Place: San Donato Milanese (Milan)
Customer: EniServizi S.p.A.
Architect: Morphosis in partnership with Nemesi Architect
Year: 2014 – On going
Surface: 65.000 m²
Notes: LEED Italia NC v2009 Certification – Goal: level GOLD
The New ENI Headquarters’s buildings arise from the landscape as an urban island. They are organized around a central square which is overlooked, through floor-to-ceiling windows, by the common areas: the atriums, the conference center, the restaurant.
The Complex is composed by three main buildings: Icon – the tallest with its 11 floors, Landmark – the biggest covering 23,700 m² and Skygarden, which will house a congress centre.
The Icon and the Landmark buildings are connected to each other, at the seventh floor level, by a 85-metre-long structure.
The facades, in addition to playing an important role in the architecture of the complex, perform central functions from a functional point of view. In fact, they have been designed with the aim of ensuring maximum performance in terms of energy efficiency and natural lighting of the environments.
The Center has been designed to meet Class A energy requirements and it pursues LEED Gold certification.