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“The goal of architecture is life. If you don’t create life, forget it.”

These words admirably sum up architect Antonio Citterio’s philosophy. The firm Antonio Citterio Patricia Viel designed the Nove by Citterio six-floor building, covering a surface of over 27,000 square meters with offices to accommodate over 1300 people. The building was designed according to the most advanced environmental sustainability criteria and reduced energy impact and obtained the prestigious Platinum LEED certification.

Nove by Citterio is located along the Luise-Ulrich-Strasse, near the Arnulf Park in Munich, an area which is undergoing a quick development, with convenient nearby train stations and facilities. The bronzed aluminum window frames give the facade a particularly dynamic and three-dimensional aspect. From the terraces and the sixth floor it is possible to enjoy an amazing view of the Alps. Inside, the building shows a perfect balance between public spaces and working areas.

To furnish the lounge area, several Guscio sofas and armchairs covered in soft tobacco leather were selected, as well as some Feel Good armchairs and Tris occasional tables, in an elegant finish combining a brown stained ashwood base and golden Calacatta marble tops, all of which were designed by Antonio Citterio.

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