UniCredit has created a new multipurpose building, the UniCredit Pavilion, in Gae Aulenti Square in Milan. Designed by Michele De Lucchi, the Pavilion was inaugurated in July 2015.
A hallmark of creativity, innovation and sustainability, it features a 700-seat auditorium to host meetings, conferences, exhibitions, performances and seminars.
Also a venue for the exhibition of art and other visual displays, a suspended gangway around the auditorium's perimeter can be used to conjunction with events hosted in the main hall.
At the top of the building there is a naturally lit lounge overlooking the adjacent park that can host roughly 100 people for smaller meetings, press conferences and events.
The UniCredit Pavilion is also open to the local community and houses the Mini Tree nursery school, which can accommodate up to 50 children between the ages of 0 to three years.
Located between the beginning of the gangway over Melchiorre Gioia and the new Biblioteca degli Alberi (Library of Trees) park, the facility opens on the outside through two "wings.
These two 12 x 6-meter doors are equipped with screens that can broadcast events going on inside the Pavilion for viewers outside.