The draft of the new Milan Museum of Modern Art Museum of Contemporary Art in Milan, developed by famous American architect Daniel Libeskind and its Italian partners CityEdge. Vertical five-story structure formed by a smooth transition from square base to streamline the volume ends with a round open-air terrace.
Rotated about its axis of elements outside the structure of the screen refer to the golden section of Leonardo da Vinci, and transformed in accordance with the principles of self-development and spherical astronomy.
The most important task in designing an unusual building for its sponsors and city officials has maximum flexibility and versatility in the use of an object. This is an important aims to match often unpredictable needs of the space allocated for contemporary art.
That is why the five galleries of the new building are presented as separate units with a minimum height of 5.5 meters, the combined external screen. This architectural solution allows for the exhibition of any kind and at the same time, retains a dominant visual basic, central structure, which is seeking from earth to heaven, the square is developing smoothly in a circle.
The building uses advanced materials and construction technologies, in order to achieve maximum environmental compatibility. In addition to sound natural ventilation and sufficient natural light and galleries feature modern complex of artificial lighting and air conditioning systems. Translucent screen, wrapping the bulk is formed of aluminum strip, coated with bronze paint, which also provides the necessary feeling of ease and consistency of external and internal.
In addition, the self-developing structure of the screen is integrated green vegetation, which improves the microclimate inside and outside the building and creates a beautiful visual effects to create the best possible natural and environmentally friendly urban infrastructure for the new generation. with the work of the authors of the project can be found by visiting the official website of the architectural Studios: http://www.daniel-libeskind.com/, http://www.cityedge.it/