Thanks to the Horti project, the area between Via Orti and Via Lamarmora returns to life, through an impressive residential transformation, which involves the redevelopment of existing buildings and the enhancement of the park and the historic garden.
Horti has 82 elegant residences with cellars and underground parking lots. The housing proposals have different cuts and sizes with fine finishes, high technology and home automation system.
The entire complex is certified in energy class A and the registered project Leed with a Gold target.
A JEWEL HIDDEN IN THE HEART OF MILAN
Horti is surrounded by a green lung rich in history, which covers about 10,000 square meters. Centuries-old limes and cedars are the protagonists of the spaces, designed by newly planted essences, rows of vines, hedges surrounding private gardens and stone walkways.
Keeping its original layout inspired by the medieval idea of the hortus conclusus, the Historic Garden finds a new life as a small botanical garden. The numerous essences make it unmistakable and ensure that the landscape is renewed with the passing of the seasons.
Architetto Michele De Lucchi
The architectural project carries the prestigious signature of the architect Michele De Lucchi, one of the greatest Italian designers and architects, famous throughout the world for projects involving brands such as Olivetti, Philips, Telecom Italia, Poste Italiane, Artemide and many others. Michele De Lucchi is very attached to the Milan area, where he has already signed several high-level projects.
Architetto Daniele Fiori
The DFA Partners studio – whose founder is Daniele Fiori – specializes in the residential sector, with particular attention to bio-architecture. Per Horti he designed the interior architecture, defining the cuts of the apartments, the overall mood and trims for the different buildings, establishing the focal point of the entire project in the large garden.