Naples, Directional Center
"In a reborn neighbourhood, progress at the service of functionality and efficiency"
A modern and functional complex that identifies the development and evolution of the city of Naples. Built in the 1980s, it is in the Centro Direzionale, an area mainly designed for offices and shops, designed by the Japanese architect Kenzo Tange to relieve congested city traffic and strongly characterised by “tower” buildings that stand out in the city skyline.
The complex is divided into three separate buildings, designed for offices, which rise respectively to thirty, nine and seven floors above ground. A common plate, destined for a garage, warehouses and technical rooms, connects the three buildings to the two underground levels. The distribution of spaces is of the “open-space” type or with mobile and fixed partitions.
- City: Naples
- Address: Centro Direzionale snc
- Use destination: Mixed
- Year of contribution: 2017
- Rental Situation: Single Tenant
- Total gross covered area: 72,234