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Innovative Solutions of formwork in Avant-Garde Architecture

Sep 14, 2016
The Fondazione Prada Museum, designed by the architect Rem Koolhaas, attempts to integrate traditional and avant-garde architecture in a single space.

Located in the old industrial area of early 20th century Milan, it combines seven pre-existing buildings with three new structures: “Podium”, “Cinema”, and “Torre”.

Due to the unique building requirements, continuous and dynamic assistance was provided throughout the 18 months of construction.

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