OIKOS presents Oxygen Eco-Tower at Palazzo Litta

Date 8 April 2015

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“Materials. A matter of Perception”, April 14th-19th 2015.
Palazzo Litta, Corso Magenta 24, Milano.
April 16th, 2015 – h 18:00 – project’s  presentation by OIKOS and Progetto CMR.
OIKOS presents Oxygen Eco-Tower at Palazzo Litta; the building designed by Progetto CMR will be showed during the Design Week 2015 (April 14th-19th, 2015). The exhibition “Materials. A Matter of Perception” – promoted by DAMn° Magazine and Mosca Partners – shows how materials affect and define an object or an idea, with the purpose of looking at things in everyday life in a different way.
Oxygen Eco-Tower is a winner project of MIPIM Awards 2015 in Cannes. The residential tower, designed by the Architect Massimo Roj of Progetto CMR has been awarded the “People’s Choice Award” in March 2015, as best project among the 40 selected from all over the world, which participated at the competition.
This success has come thanks to the synergy and collaboration between Italian enterprises leader in their sector at a global level and recognized worldwide for the high added value of their products. The project has been developed by: Progetto CMR (Idea & Concept Design) in collaboration with Tecnimont Civil Construction (Engineering & Project Management), together with a team of Italian companies: Aermec, Artemide, Bisazza, Ceramica Sant’Agostino, Composit, Fiamm, Fiandre, Giacomini, iGuzzini, Italcementi, Jacuzzi, Listone Giordano, Lualdi, Margraf, Natuzzi, Nidec, Oikos, Olivari, Technogym, Starpool, Vannucci Piante, Vimar.
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