Velasca Tower in Milan

BBPR architetti - Torre Velasca in Milan Italy, 1958

The Torre Velasca is a 26-storey skyscraper in Milan. The name derives from the square in which it is located, which in turn was named after the Spanish governor Juan Fernández de Velasco since the 17th century. For its historical and artistic interest, it has been part of the assets subject to restrictions by the Superintendency of Cultural Heritage since 2011.

«La Torre aims to summarize culturally and without following the language of any of its buildings, the atmosphere of the city of Milan, the ineffable yet perceptible characteristic [...]»

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