Cotto d’Este’s prestigious portfolio now also includes the historic landmark of Via della Spiga 26, a building whose construction dates back to the late 18th century. This site is the focus of an urban regeneration project that will create an exclusive and contemporary space in the heart of Milan’s Fashion Quadrilateral. With careful redistribution of the building’s systems, a new floor has been added, along with spacious terraces that offer a breathtaking view of Milan’s futuristic skyline.
The commercial spaces facing out onto Via della Spiga house the flagship stores of Moschino, Sergio Rossi, Borsalino, Drumohr, and Baldinini, while more than 7,000 square metres are occupied by Kering’s new headquarters.
Cotto d’Este has been chosen by the client to supply over 2,000 square meters of cladding.
The Scandurra Studio Architettura designed the herringbone pattern of Cotto d'Este's cladding, a reference to the building's strong historical identity.