Isozaki Tower: "the Straight" of Milan


The Isozaki Tower, nicknamed the "Straight", is a skyscraper designed by japanese architect Arata Isozaki and italian architect Andrea Maffei, and is located in Milan. With its 207 meters of actual height above street level, the tower is the first building highest in Italy to the roof, while the antenna measuring 247 meters, making it the sixth in the European Community. Isolmant BiPlus, thanks to its characteristics of high acoustic comfort and resistance to foot traffic and laceration, was chosen for the impact sound insulation.
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