Gae Aulenti square is a square of 100 meters in diameter located in Milan. Raised by 6 ft compared to street level, was designed by Argentine architect Cesar Pelli to completion of the corresponding towers. The December 8, 2012 the square was inaugurated and dedicated to designer and architect Gae Aulenti.
The square, located in the area of Milan, 9 is reached from the North by a pedestrian walkway that connects via Gaetano de Castillia and via Don Luigi Sturzo, East from Milan Porta Garibaldi station, and South from via Gaspare Rosales, via Francesco Van and Via Vincenzo hair, a pedestrian bridge completed in 2012 linking Corso Como square.
From the square you can enjoy an excellent view of the skyline of Milan; in the background, you can see the Palace of the regional Government of Lombardy, the Diamond Tower, the Pirelli skyscraper and all the new buildings of the Porta Nuova Project.
Commercial space and events
In addition to the offices of Unicredit, in a square gelateria Grom, a clothing and furnishings store Muji, a Nike store, a Sephora perfumery and a restaurant-RED library Feltrinelli. Moreover, in the basement of the square there is a supermarket Esselunga.
Very often, the square is equipped with stands and decorations for special occasions, like Christmas, and special events like fashion week. The first weekend of March 2014, the square has hosted the opening event of the Island stops and Garibaldi FS M5 line.
Milan Porta Garibaldi station
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