Pharo is the city’s new portal.
An innovative and stimulating business space
Architecture integrated into the urban fabric
Pharo lies between Portello and CityLife in Milan, in attractive surroundings offering numerous amenities, making it an integral part of a continually evolving strategic hub.
Pharo is the point of arrival for modern explorers, the start of a new journey.
New forms grab
the city's attention
Growth and development start here: in a new building created from energy and possibilities. Integrated into a spatial continuum in the centre, the buildings are enveloped in an interplay of mirrors and light and create a new landmark for navigating one's way through a changing world.
9,167 sqm OF OFFICES IN BLOCK A
226 sqm OF RETAIL SPACE
166 sqm OF TERRACES
AND OUTSIDE SPACES
The design by Park Associati works on volumetry, creates new connections and continually surpasses architectural and compositional constraints, with a major focus on sustainability.
Shapes bathed in light and translucency
Its composition creates an orderly and harmonious movement of forms. By day and by night, the tallest part of the building shines like a beacon over the fabric of the city. The blades that run vertically up the façade make this architectural achievement a real landmark.
Facilities that are both functional and efficient
The emphasis on energy and water efficiency, on reducing CO2 emissions and on the ecological focus of its interior spaces resulted in Pharo being awarded the prestigious LEED Platinum certification. The architectural and engineering aspects of its design are based on the fundamental principles of sustainable energy and are in line with the most advanced international standards.
LEED® certification – Platinum level
BREEAM® – Excellent level
of waste produced during construction is recycled
of materials used in the architectural design are recycled
FSC COC-certification of the wood materials used
Low-emission vehicle parking
Electric vehicle charging stations
reduction in energy consumption*
*compared to similar technical architectural structures
annual savings in drinking water
solar panels with a nominal power of 135kwp
NO STRANDING POINT
CO2 sensors in the communal areas
Presence detection sensors for air exchange systems and lighting in the communal areas