The requalification of the Urban Park of Via XXV Aprile represents a significant step towards a greener and more inclusive future for the Municipality of Nichelino, demostrating the strong commitment for the well-being of the community and the protection of the environment.
The new healthcare complex will be technologically advanced, welcoming and comfortable, characterised by high energye fficiency, thanks to a careful choice of materials and technologies.
This redevelopment project not only aims to preserve the historical character of the Barracks but also provides a unique opportunity to enhance the late 19th-century Umbertine architecture.
A reflection on the cities of the future, understood as a resilient ecosystem of interconnected services in which public and private places are increasingly open to communities.
The demolition works and the subsequent construction will bring to light a new school complex that responds to current educational needs respecting the principles of green building and creating synergies between the various functions for which the building and the territory.
Satisfaction for our Research&Development department that has always dedicated itself to exploring the potential of innovative tools that allow to improve the efficiency of the process itself, accelerating decisions and improving the final quality of projects.
ATI Project presents ‘Artificial Intuition: Design Inspired by AI’, an innovative installation at the Fuorisalone in Milan that explores the interaction between human and artificial intelligence through evocative images and advanced technology.
An installation that investigates the potential of digital generative systems to develop new circular design solutions, able to replicate and adapt to different contexts and spaces.
A great achievement for the Tender Management team thanks to which ATI Project will play the role of Technical Advisor for the JV Rizzani de Eccher and Ballast Nedam International Projects, awarded the contract.
Fuorisalone 22 is definitely a week to remember, full of great encounters and exciting eperiences. Generative Circularity hosted a series of events, form thematic talks and interviews, to a university lecture, a workshop for children, a photography exposition, to visual and dance performances. Our heartfelt thanks to all those who spent some of their time with us at the Fonderia Napoleonica Eugenia!
For the first time, ATI Project will be among the protagonists of Milano Design Week. For the occasion, the studio presents “Generative Circularity”, an installation that will be the engine of a week of discussions, projections and thematic paths on the role of design in redefining the possibilities of sustainable development.
AR.CO. Lavori – Cosedil S.p.a. – Gemmo S.p.a., with the support of ATI Project that took care of the development of the technical offer, have been awarded the contract for the construction of the Staglieno and Gavette Depots in Genoa, for a total amount of 67 million euros.
ATI Project reaffirms its leadership in development, as reported in the Report on the Italian construction, architecture, and engineering industry by Guamari S.r.l., curated by Prof. Aldo Norsa—an annual benchmark for major Italian architecture and design firms.
Una straordinaria conferma che porta in primo piano, ancora una volta, l’importanza di un approccio integrato e sostenibile della progettazione. In questo, l’ambito internazionale dimostra la positiva espansione di criteri che mettano al centro della progettazione architettonica il rapporto uomo-ambiente.
ATI Project with Multimanutenzioni awarded the design and build tender for the new school complex in Via Scialoia
ATI Project will handle the final and executive design of the intervention at the Via Scialoia/Via Trevi Complex in Milan. A project aimed at urban revitalization of the neighborhood and the renewal of the educational heritage.
On September 20, the topping-out ceremony for Nyt OUH took place, marking a significant milestone in the construction of the new hospital. The ceremony celebrated the completion of over 50% of the total work for the Odense University Hospital, which began in the summer of 2019.