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San Siro Stadium (Giuseppe Meazza) / Cugini & Stacchini + Ragazzi & Hoffer
Architecture, Educational & Sports Facilities

San Siro Stadium (Giuseppe Meazza) / Cugini & Stacchini + Ragazzi & Hoffer

The Stadio Giuseppe Meazza or the San Siro Stadium in Milan was originally designed by architect Stacchini and engineer Cugini in 1925 based on an Anglo-Saxon model. The structure was made up of four back straight bleachers, one of which was partially covered, and could contain up to 35,000 spectators. The stadium underwent several renovations and in 1990 Ragazzi and Hoffer undertook the last…

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Velasca Tower. View from the Duomo
20th Century Retrospective, Residential

Velasca Tower. Technology VS Historicism

Torre Velasca. View from the Duomo The Velasca Tower in Milan has been one of the most discussed buildings of the end of the 50s decade. It represented a great icon of ideological transition between those who defended a strict modernism (benchmark the International Style) and the application of technology in construction, and those who on the other hand, were opened to…

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