GENERALI Procuratie Vecchie
Built-in the first half of the 16th century, the Procuratie Vecchie housed the offices of Generali from 1832 to 1989. In 2017, the Company announced the start of restoration work by David Chipperfield Architects Milan: a series of interventions that address the complexity of the work through a flexible approach.
The interventions include the restoration of the first and second floors, where the most prestigious offices of the insurance group are located, the reorganization of accessibility and usability through the inclusion of new vertical circulation, and the renovation of the third floor, with public access to the exhibition spaces as well as workspaces, event spaces and an auditorium linked to The Human Safety Net.
Martino Lombezzi has realized the photographic documentation of restoration and redevelopment of the Procuratie Vecchie and renovation of the Royal Gardens, covering the work in progress for six years: from the beginning of the restoration campaign in 2017 to the end in 2022.