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| C’è fer­men­to del mon­do uni­ver­si­ta­rio mi­la­ne­se. I nuo­vi isti­tu­ti pub­bli­ci e pri­va­ti so­no po­li d’avan­guar­dia. E an­che bel­le ar­chi­tet­tu­re, in al­cu­ni ca­si pen­sa­te per da­re smal­to al­le pe­ri­fe­rie. Co­me la cit­ta­del­la scien­ti­fi­ca che sor­ge­rà sull’area Ex­po / The world of Mi­la­ne­se hi­gher edu­ca­tion is in fer­ment. New public and pri­va­te in­sti­tu­tes are now ope­ra­ting on the cut­ting ed­ge, hou­sed in fi­ne buil­dings, whi­ch in so­me ca­ses are in­ten­ded to en­han­ce the ci­ty’s ou­tskirts. Li­ke the ci­ta­del of scien­ce that will be crea­ted on the for­mer si­te of the Ex­po

GALEOTTO FU NEL 2015 LO IULM, Li­be­ra uni­ver­si­tà di lin­gue e comunicazione, con il mas­sic­cio in­ve­sti­men­to pro­fu­so nell’am­plia­men­to del­le sue strut­tu­re, nuo­vi edi­fi­ci e spa­zi ade­gua­ti alla spin­ta mul­ti­me­dia­le del­la sua mis­sio­ne for­ma­ti­va. Nel quar­tie­re di Ro­mo­lo, pe­ri­fe­ria mi­la­ne­se, l’av­ve­ni­ri­sti­ca torre aran­cio­ne d’ispi­ra­zio­ne in­du­stria­le IULM 6 – ope­ra del­lo stu­dio 5+1AA di Al­fon­so Fe­mia e Gian­lu­ca Pe­luf­fo – non è so­lo un land­mark che dà ca­rat­te­re all’in­te­ro iso­la­to ma an­che il cuo­re di un cam­pus che – spie­ga Fe­mia – «pun­ta su spa­zi e per­cor­si di re­la­zio­ne al di là del­lo stret­to cri­te­rio uti­li­ta­ri­sti­co, in un equi­li­brio per­fet­to tra di­dat­ti­ca e con­vi­via­li­tà». Re­la­zio­ni e mul­ti­me­dia­li­tà so­no an­che le li­nee gui­da del­la pri­ma se­de eu­ro­pea dell’Istituto Mo­da e Design Raf­fles, inau­gu­ra­ta a Mi­la­no l’an­no scor­so e pro­get­ta­ta dal team di Al­ter­stu­dio Part­ners. Si­tua­to nel­la cen­tra­lis­si­ma e mul­ti­cul­tu­ra­le via Fe­li­ce Ca­sa­ti (zo­na Bue­nos Ai­res) – e ul­ti­mo a es­se­re inau-

IT ALL STAR­TED IN 2015 WI­TH THE IULM (Uni­ver­si­ty In­sti­tu­te for Mo­dern Lan­gua­ges), and the mas­si­ve in­vest­ment la­vi­shed on the ex­pan­sion of its fa­ci­li­ties wi­th new buil­dings and spa­ces lin­ked to the mul­ti­me­dia th­ru­st of its edu­ca­tio­nal mis­sion. In the Ro­mo­lo di­strict, on the ou­tskirts of Mi­lan, the fu­tu­ri­stic oran­ge to­wer in­spi­red by an in­du­strial pa­st kno­wn as IULM 6 – de­si­gned by Al­fon­so Fe­mia and Gian­lu­ca Pe­luf­fo’s stu­dio 5+1AA – is not ju­st a land­mark that gi­ves cha­rac­ter to the who­le block but al­so the heart of a cam­pus that – as Fe­mia ex­plains – “crea­tes spa­ces and con­nec­tions that go beyond a stric­tly uti­li­ta­rian form, to­wards a ba­lan­ce bet­ween tea­ching and social in­te­rac­tion.” Re­la­tions and mul­ti­me­dia are al­so the gui­de­li­nes be­hind the Istituto Mo­da e Design Raf­fles, the fir­st Eu­ro­pean bran­ch of the Sin­ga­po­rean Raf­fles Design In­sti­tu­te, ope­ned in Mi­lan la­st year and de­si­gned by Al­ter­stu­dio Part­ners. Cen­tral­ly located on the mul­ti­cul­tu­ral Via Fe­li­ce Ca­sa­ti (a si­de street of Cor­so Bue­nos Ai­res) – and

gu­ra­to dei 26 col­le­ge di­stri­bui­ti in 14 pae­si – il cam­pus oc­cu­pa un’ex pa­laz­zi­na di uffici de­gli an­ni Cin­quan­ta che gli ar­chi­tet­ti han­no tra­sfor­ma­to per ot­te­ne­re spa­zi com­po­ni­bi­li, lu­mi­no­si e fles­si­bi­li che sov­ver­to­no l’idea ca­no­ni­ca di au­la sco­la­sti­ca con le­zio­ne fron­ta­le. An­che in am­bi­to scien­ti­fi­co le no­vi­tà non man­ca­no. Il 2017 ha vi­sto l’aper­tu­ra del­la Hu­ma­ni­tas Uni­ver­si­ty, 25mi­la me­tri qua­dra­ti ac­can­to all’omo­ni­mo istituto cli­ni­co di Pie­ve Ema­nue­le, di cui due­mi­la oc­cu­pa­ti da la­bo­ra­to­ri di si­mu­la­zio­ne tra i più avan­za­ti d’Eu­ro­pa. Im­mer­sa nel ver­de del Parco Agri­co­lo Sud, la strut­tu­ra idea­ta dal­lo stu­dio FTA dell’ar­chi­tet­to Fi­lip­po Tai­del­li mi­ra ad ab­bat­te­re i con­fi­ni tra di­dat­ti­ca, ri­cer­ca e tem­po li­be­ro, per­ché ogni mo­men­to del­la gior­na­ta uni­ver­si­ta­ria pos­sa es­se­re oc­ca­sio­ne di scam­bio e co­no­scen­za. Nel con­tem­po l’am­plia­men­to del parco e lo sfrut­ta­men­to di fon­ti d’ener­gia rin­no­va­bi­li fan­no di que­sto pro­get­to un esem­pio di so­ste­ni­bi­li­tà am­bien­ta­le. An­che

the la­te­st to be ope­ned of a ga­la­xy whi­ch now amoun­ts to 26 col­le­ges across 14 coun­tries – the cam­pus oc­cu­pies a for­mer of­fi­ce buil­ding from the 1950s that the ar­chi­tec­ts ha­ve tran­sfor­med to crea­te lu­mi­nous and fle­xi­ble spa­ces that sub­vert the tra­di­tio­nal idea of a clas­sroom wi­th the tea­cher at the front. There are al­so new de­ve­lo­p­men­ts in the scien­ti­fic sphe­re. In 2017 the Hu­ma­ni­tas Uni­ver­si­ty was ope­ned, co­ve­ring so­me 25,000 squa­re me­tres located next to the re­sear­ch ho­spi­tal of the sa­me na­me in Pie­ve Ema­nue­le, 2,000 of the­se me­tres are ta­ken up by so­me of the mo­st ad­van­ced si­mu­la­tion labs in Eu­ro­pe. Set amid­st the greenery of the Parco Agri­co­lo Sud, the struc­tu­re de­si­gned by the ar­chi­tect Fi­lip­po Tai­del­li’s FTA stu­dio aims to break do­wn the bar­riers bet­ween tea­ching, re­sear­ch and free ti­me, as eve­ry mo­ment of the day at a uni­ver­si­ty can be an op­por­tu­ni­ty for ex­chan­ge of ideas and lear­ning. At the sa­me ti­me the ex­pan­sion of the park and the ex­ploi­ta­tion of re­newa­ble sour­ces of ener­gy are ma­king this

l’uni­ver­si­tà pubblica mi­la­ne­se, sem­pre nel set­to­re scien­za- tec­no­lo­gia, sem­bra de­ci­sa a non far­si la­scia­re in­die­tro. Il ma­sto­don­ti­co pro­get­to di tra­sfe­ri­men­to del­le fa­col­tà scien­ti­fi­che dell’Uni­ver­si­tà de­gli Studi di Mi­la­no nell’ex area Ex­po 2015 di Rho Fie­ra, con spa­zi de­di­ca­ti e ap­par­ta­ti in un’area pe­ri­fe­ri­ca, è ca­rat­te­riz­za­to dal­le nuo­ve strut­tu­re idea­te dall’ar­chi­tet­to to­ri­ne­se Car­lo Rat­ti – cin­que edi­fi­ci di mattoni rossi, cia­scu­no di cin­que pia­ni e con cor­te in­ter­na – che pro­met­to­no di pri­vi­le­gia­re la di­dat­ti­ca at­ti­va e il la­vo­ro in team, men­tre la vi­ci­nan­za di azien­de che sia­no na­tu­ra­le pro­se­gui­men­to del per­cor­so di studi fa­vo­ri­reb­be il con­tat­to e l’in­se­ri­men­to nel mon­do del la­vo­ro. Il nuo­vo cam­pus in­fat­ti fa­rà par­te del Mind – Mi­la­no In­no­va­tion Di­strict, una “cit­tà del­la scien­za” di ca­ra­tu­ra in­ter­na­zio­na­le. ○ pro­ject ano­ther exam­ple of en­vi­ron­men­tal su­stai­na­bi­li­ty in the ci­ty. And the sta­te-run uni­ver­si­ties of Mi­lan, again in the scien­ce and tech­no­lo­gy sec­tor, seem de­ter­mi­ned not to be left be­hind. The mam­mo­th pro­ject for the trans­fer of the scien­ti­fic fa­cul­ties of the Uni­ver­si­tà de­gli Studi of Mi­lan to the si­te of Ex­po 2015 at Rho Fie­ra, wi­th dedicated and se­clu­ded spa­ces in a pe­ri­phe­ral area, is mar­ked by new fa­ci­li­ties con­cei­ved by the Tu­ri­ne­se ar­chi­tect Car­lo Rat­ti – fi­ve red­brick buil­dings, ea­ch wi­th fi­ve sto­reys laid out around an in­ner cour­tyard – that are de­si­gned to en­cou­ra­ge ac­ti­ve tea­ching and team­work, whi­le the pro­xi­mi­ty of com­pa­nies that are a na­tu­ral con­ti­nua­tion of the cour­ses of stu­dy would fa­vour con­tact wi­th and in­ser­tion in the world of work. The new cam­pus will in fact be part of the MIND: Mi­lan In­no­va­tion Di­strict, a “scien­ce ci­ty” of in­ter­na­tio­nal stan­ding.

L’edi­fi­cio IULM 6 – Open Spa­ce ospi­ta un au­di­to­rium da 600 po­sti, la nuo­va se­de del­la Scuo­la Po­li­tec­ni­ca di Design e l’esclu­si­vo IULM Uni­ver­si­ty Club, con ri­sto­ran­te e loun­ge per even­ti spe­cia­li.The IULM 6 – Open Spa­ce buil­ding hou­ses a 600-seat au­di­to­rium, the new hea­d­quar­ters of the Scuo­la Po­li­tec­ni­ca di Design and the ex­clu­si­ve IULM Uni­ver­si­ty Club, wi­th a re­stau­rant and a loun­ge for spe­cial even­ts.

Situata in un’ex pa­laz­zi­na di uffici in pros­si­mi­tà del cen­tro di Mi­la­no, la pri­ma se­de eu­ro­pea di Raf­fles oc­cu­pa uno spa­zio di 3mi­la me­tri qua­dra­ti, or­ga­niz­za­ti in am­bien­ti com­po­ni­bi­li che sfrut­ta­no la lu­mi­no­si­tà dell’edi­fi­cio. In­te­res­san­ti le so­lu­zio­ni il­lu­mi­no­tec­ni­che di Li­nea Light Group.Si­tua­ted in a for­mer of­fi­ce buil­ding near the cen­tre of Mi­lan, Raf­fles’ fir­st Eu­ro­pean pre­mi­ses oc­cu­pies a spa­ce of 3,000 squa­re me­tres, or­ga­ni­sed in­to sec­tio­nal rooms that ex­ploit the lu­mi­no­si­ty of the buil­ding and the fle­xi­bi­li­ty of the fur­ni­shings. The lighting so­lu­tion by Li­nea Light Group are par­ti­cu­lar­ly interesting.

Il cam­pus del­la Hu­ma­ni­tas Uni­ver­si­ty nel Parco Sud Mi­la­no com­pren­de, ol­tre ad av­ve­ni­ri­sti­ci spa­zi per la di­dat­ti­ca, 8mi­la mq di re­si­den­ze per stu­den­ti e am­bien­ti co­mu­ni. A si­ni­stra, ren­de­ring del nuo­vo cam­pus scien­ti­fi­co dell’Uni­ver­si­tà de­gli Studi di Mi­la­no pro­get­ta­to da Car­lo Rat­ti ne­gli spa­zi di Ex­po.The cam­pus of the brand-new Hu­ma­ni­tas Uni­ver­si­ty com­pri­ses a se­ries of fu­tu­ri­stic tea­ching spa­ces, to­ge­ther wi­th 8,000 sqm of stu­dent halls of re­si­den­ce and shared spa­ces, de­si­gned wi­th en­vi­ron­men­tal pro­tec­tion in mind and sur­roun­ded by the greenery of Mi­lan’s Parco Sud. Left, the new scien­ce cam­pus of the Uni­ver­si­tà de­gli Studi in Mi­lan, de­si­gned by Car­lo Rat­ti, in the area used for Ex­po 2015.

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