Zaha Hadid, Arata Isozaki and Daniel Libeskind are the brains of City Life, the project of requalification of the historical area of the Milan Fair. The first step of the urban reorganization is the transfer of the biggest part of the fair area in the new area of Rho-Pero, leaving so a large free usable area. This area was subject to an international competition which was won in July 2004 by CityLife.

Enterprise Hotel the guardian of City Life

The Enterprise Hotel is located right in front of CityLife. This 4 star superior design hotel has an elegance and a luxury dominating all the building. Born from an intelligent industrial recovery, it is a design hotel but it has also a modern conference center for those who are looking for an elegant location. Finally, the Enterprise Hotel is a member of Planetaria Hotels.

The assumptions of City Life

City Life is a project which is well designed in all its parts. As first aim there is the increase of the overall livability and the push towards the city’s future. This aim will be reached thanks to the choice of three international architects with the will to do deep studies on the Milanese territory and to work in team. Furthermore, the valorization of this area allowed Milan Fair to finance the Rho seat.

City Life: the new model of the area

City Life proposes the greatest pedestrian area in Milan and halves the existing cubage, while adding also a third central park which will cover 50% of the area. It proposes also a new completely underground traffic and access system to the buildings. A parking system, the great problem in Milan, also to exhaust or reduce the external request of City Life. An empowerment of the public transports.

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Milan, Italy

Opened in 2002, the Enterprise Hotel is the first 4 star superior design hotel in Milan. It'is the boutique hotel that best represents Milan’s creative and innovative spirit, with its ideal combination of inventive design and traditional efficiency.