Reinventing Cities competitions in Milan and Rome
We are extremely proud of being the most awarded team of the global contest Reinventing Cities. The competition for innovative, carbon-free and resilient urban projects organized by the C40 Cities Climate Leadership Group.
Our five winning projects will shape a bright, sustainable future for Milan and transform the Roma Tuscolana site, in the capital city of Italy, into a car-free area. This is the result of our commitment to build better cities, and our vision, philosophy, and work to make it possible.
Find out more about each winning project here:
Piazzale Loreto (Milan): Low-emission mobility and intermodality. Loreto, currently a large traffic hub, will be transformed into an open-air green square, giving the city 24,000 square meters of public space.
Ex Macello (Milan): The industrial area of the Ex Macello will be fully regenerated to become the first Carbon Negative Area in Milan.
Nodo Bovisa (Milan): The project will mend the areas separated by the railway tracks through the redevelopment of the railway station as the heart of a regenerated, car-free, urban space.
Crescenzago (Milan): This project will connect Crescenzago with main conversions planned for this district while boosting green infrastructures, last mile mobility and neighborhood social networks.
Roma Tuscolana (Rome): A new identity for the neighbourhood through the reconversion of the railway system and the renovation of existing structures, favouring circular economy and sustainability.