Fili is one of the largest urban regeneration (and extra-urban) projects in Europe, an impressive green redevelopment project of the main FerrovieNord connection centers which is accompanied by urban mending interventions with the adoption of cutting-edge solutions in architecture and sustainability. The project is promoted by the Lombardy Region, FNM, Ferrovie Nord and Trenord.
The Milan-Malpensa axis, a fundamental corridor for the Milan Cortina 2026 Olympics, will present itself as an entire artery of new green, modern and highly liveable urban scenarios, an ideal and unprecedented journey in the technological and biotechnological evolution of the Milan Cadorna stations , Milan Bovisa, Saronno and Busto Arsizio and the areas adjacent to them, at the center of an intervention of over 188,000 square meters and which will involve projects for a total of 2 million square meters within Lombardy.
Fili also includes the planting of 800,000 trees in approximately 41,000 hectares across 24 municipalities, the creation of a 72.7 km cycle highway between the Milan Cadorna station and Malpensa airport, the construction of a Synthetic Hanging Forest at the Milano Cadorna station which will produce oxygen for the city of Milan.
A unique project, under the banner of the values of urban inclusiveness and environmental sustainability, in line with the UN sustainable development goals within which the project is developed.
Goldmann & Partners collaborated in defining the areas of sustainability of this gigantic project, also underlining all the other sustainable potentials: at a territorial, social, anthropic, technological, managerial and economic level.