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L’INNESTO

L'Innesto, a project to redevelop the Milan Greco-Breda railway yard, is the first zero-carbon affordable housing district in Italy. Partly because of these features, the project won the 2019 international competition Reinventing Cities, the call for bids was launched by the City of Milan together with C40 for sustainable urban regeneration projects.

L'INNESTO: THE KEY FACTS

Adozione delle tecnologie di frontiera

  • Teleriscaldamento di 4ᵃ generazione a bassa temperatura
    alimentato con fonti di energia rinnovabile, cioè con recupero
    termico sulle acque reflue urbane e con un impianto solare
    termico.
  • Riduzione dei consumi anche tramite isolamento termico
    degli edifici e sistema di raffrescamento estivo che sfrutta
    l’energia solare.

Drastica riduzione di rifiuti da smaltire derivanti da produzioni e consumi

  • Zero Waste Store: vendita di prodotti e beni alimentari sfusi per contenere i rifiuti derivanti dal packaging.
  • Acquaponica: ciclo chiuso di riutilizzo delle acque nell’orticoltura per la produzione alimentare a Km0.
  • Circular Economy District: creazione di un Innovation hub, centro di competenze per sviluppare modelli innovativi di produzione e consumo.

Spazi e servizi condivisi

  • Urban Adaptive Zone: spazi di socialità, cucine comuni, laboratori e servizi gestiti in modo integrato da residenti, imprese, soggetti non profit e altri stakeholder locali.

Offerta abitativa diversificata

  • Alloggi in locazione e in vendita convenzionata agevolata.
  • Alloggi in condivisione (appartamenti con spazi comuni e cohousing)
  • Residenze sociali rivolte a categorie in difficoltà, convenzionate con i Servizi Socio-Sanitari e affiancate da servizi a cura del Terzo settore.

Approccio sostenibile

  • Student Housing Carbon Free: studentato con 300 posti letto per studenti gestito in chiave sostenibile da In-Domus, società leader a Milano nel settore dello student housing.

Architettura urbana firmata da uno dei più accreditati studi italiani: Barreca & La Varra.

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Area Carbon Neutral

Adozione delle tecnologie di frontiera per l'ottimizzazione energica

Teleriscaldamento di 4ᵃ generazione a bassa temperatura
alimentato con fonti di energia rinnovabile, cioè con recupero
termico sulle acque reflue urbane e con un impianto solare
termico.

Riduzione dei consumi anche tramite isolamento termico
degli edifici e sistema di raffrescamento estivo che sfrutta
l’energia solare.

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Circular Economy

Drastica riduzione di rifiuti da smaltire
derivanti da produzioni e consumi

Zero Waste Store: vendita di prodotti e beni alimentari sfusi
per contenere i rifiuti derivanti dal packaging.

Acquaponica: ciclo chiuso di riutilizzo delle acque
nell’orticoltura per la produzione alimentare a Km0.

Circular Economy District: creazione di un Innovation hub,
centro di competenze per sviluppare modelli innovativi di
produzione e consumo.

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Social housing e collaborazione

Spazi e servizi condivisi

Urban Adaptive Zone: spazi di socialità, cucine comuni,
laboratori e servizi gestiti in modo integrato da residenti,
imprese, soggetti non profit e altri stakeholder locali.

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Tipologie di alloggi

Offerta abitativa diversificata

Alloggi in locazione e in vendita convenzionata agevolata.

Alloggi in condivisione (appartamenti con spazi comuni
e cohousing).

Residenze sociali rivolte a categorie in difficoltà, convenzionate
con i Servizi Socio-Sanitari e affiancate da servizi a cura del
Terzo settore.

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Student Housing

Approccio sostenibile

Student Housing: studentato con 300 posti
letto per studenti gestito in chiave sostenibile da In-Domus,
società leader a Milano nel settore dello student housing.

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Design

Architettura urbana firmata da uno dei più
accreditati studi italiani: Barreca & La Varra.

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Carbon Neutral Area

Adoption of frontier technologies for energy optimization

  • 4th generation low-temperature district heating fueled by renewable energy sources, i.e., with heat recovery on municipal wastewater and a solar thermal system.
  • Reduction of consumption also through thermal insulation of buildings and summer cooling system using solar energy.

Circular Economy

Drastic reduction of waste disposal from production and consumption

  • Zero Waste Store: sale of bulk food products and goods to minimize waste from packaging.
  • Aquaponics: closed cycle of water reuse in horticulture for zero-waste food production.
  • Circular Economy District: creation of an Innovation hub, a center of expertise to develop innovative models of production and consumption.

Affordable housing and collaboration

Shared spaces and services.

  • Adaptive Urban Zones: social spaces, communal kitchens, workshops and services managed in an integrated way by residents, businesses, nonprofits and other local stakeholders.

Types of housing

Diversified housing offer

  • Subsidized rental housing and housing for sale.
  • Shared housing (apartments with common spaces and cohousing).
  • Affordable residences aimed at categories in difficulty, agreements with Social and Health Services and supported third sector services.

Student Housing

Sustainable Approach

  • Student Housing: student housing with 300 beds for students managed sustainably by In-Domus, a leading student housing company in Milan.

Design

Urban architecture by one of the most accredited Italian firms: Barreca & La Varra.

INTERVISTA A LUIGI SIMONE

THE PROJECT

AREA 70.000m²
HOUSING UNITS 400 affordable apartments 300 beds for students
STATUS In progress

THE TEAM

Project
leaders

Redo (FIL1)

Architects

Barreca & La Varra, Fondazione Housing Sociale, Ariatta, Starching, CEAS, MIC Mobility In Chain

Engineers and
international professionals

Arup

Environmental
Experts

A2A e MM

Network
Managers

Politecnico di Milano, Politecnico di Torino, Cresme, Cariplo Factory, Intesa San Paolo Innovation Center, Planet Smart City

Partners

Stantec, Delta Ecopolis,
In-Domus, Fondazione Social Venture Giordano dell’Amore, AIM, Fungo Box, Peverelli

A NEW WAY OF COLLABORATIVE LIVING

Innesto is a Latin word. It means to insert new elements into a heterogeneous context in order to create connections and foster growth. So as in botany, in urban planning.
The area in Milan where L’Innesto will rise straddles Greco and Bicocca and has had over the centuries an agricultural heart. Then industrial: through the Breda rail yard raw material came to the steel mills of Sesto San Giovanni. Today the neighborhood, spanning Municipality 2 and 9, has the highest growth in the city: a 96.3 percent increase in inhabitants between 1999 and 2027 (Cresme data). A 50% increase is expected between now and 2030. Young, international population. Innesto will be more and more cultural, because it is adjacent to Bicocca University, Teatro Arcimboldi, Pirelli Hangar Bicocca exhibitions. L’Innesto respects history and creates new connections with the future. The solidarity trait of the area – agricultural and working-class roots – becomes a key element of a new way of “social” living. Not only 400 apartments, but also a 300-bed university residence and 45,000 square meters of immersive greenery. In Milan, L’Innesto will be above all a community of collaborative living. Four key elements.

1. COMMUNITY BUILDING.
Two-year accompaniment to empower residents to design the use of common spaces. The social manager will be central to aligning needs and interests and measure impacts over time.

2. FLEXIBLE SPACES AND SERVICES.
Communal kitchens, living rooms, workshops, gardens and green spaces. And services managed in an integrated way by residents, business entities and nonprofits. From the Neighborhood Concierge (domestic services and paperwork processing) to the Community Food Hub (food and agricultural education workshop and classes), to Urban farming (3840 m² of gardens to be grown together on a rotating or shared basis).

3. SHARED HOUSING.

Innesto provides 60 percent of the apartments for rent, 40 percent for subsidized sale. But there is also a portion of shared housing:

  • Cluster-flat – Housing units connected by a common space: kitchen-dining area, living room-TV area, play area, study and work area, storage rooms.
  • Social residences – Apartments for 6-10 people, with shared rooms and large spaces for socialization. In agreement with Social and Health Services and aimed at specific categories.
  • Guest houses – A student residence for 300 beds. Individual spaces enhanced by shared spaces: living rooms, study rooms, communal kitchens, a music space and a gym.

4. TECHNOLOGY

Neighborhood app to connect with other residents, be updated on initiatives and services in real time.

 

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