Renzo Piano - Grattacielo Intesa Sanpaolo

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Renzo Piano - Grattacielo Intesa Sanpaolo

Renzo Piano - Grattacielo Intesa Sanpaolo
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Aleksandar
Belgrade, Serbia8,213 contributions
Skyline
Sep 2018 • Couples
Although Turin doesn't have a lot of skyscrapers this building is definately worthy of this name. Easily seen.
Written 19 January 2019
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141Dini
Miami Beach, FL572 contributions
Meeting with a view
Oct 2018 • Business
We had a meeting in this building and a view of the city. The building is very interesting and they have a beautiful garden on the upper floors. This is a climate control and indoor marvel. They have a restaurant and a bar as well.
Service was fine, friendly but a little slow. Go for a drink on a clear day.
Written 20 October 2018
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Giorgio G
Washington DC, DC1,378 contributions
A point of contention worth seeing...
Oct 2018
This by now infimous skyscraper is making history, and causing debate, as it it a new modern piece breaking the profile of a old city.. whether you consider this a welcome turning point and the beginner of a new era, or simply an eye sore, this building is definitely worth seeing. When you climb to the 35th floor (with an excellent restaurant, btw) you will be afforded one of the best views of the city and will get to understand the city’s block design of perfect squares with buildings on their sides circling often treed areas inside. A must!
Written 14 October 2018
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Rinaldo S
Bergamo, Italy465 contributions
New Meeting Point
Sep 2016 • Business
The skyscraper is the headquarter of the bank.
A restaurant and a lounge bar are opened on the top inside a glass cube.
The space enclose the 35, 36 and 37 floor: all the space is a bio-climatic greenhouse.
You enjoy a spectacular view of Torino all around.
It's a new, great, modern place for aperitif or after dinner.
Written 17 September 2016
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agwNY
London, UK98 contributions
Fantastic building!
Jul 2016 • Couples
Spectacular, futuristic brand-new skyscraper in the middle of a recently regraded area of the town. It is a milestone, and is visible already from the highway as you approach from the airport.
By car, you can drive just by the very bottom of the building, which if you are like enough to be driving a convertible (as we were!) will give you a breathtaking vertical view of the building.
On foot, you may enjoy the spectacular view from the top bar. For the restaurant, unfortunately, there is a very long waiting list.
Written 17 July 2016
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dael72
Turin, Italy1,090 contributions
Terrific view from the inside, terrible outside
Apr 2015 • Solo
166 metres high (just one less than Mole Antonelliana), this skyscraper has irreparably modified the skyline of Turin.
The first capital of Italy has been disfigured forever by architect Renzo Piano whose only merit has been the attention to the ecosostenibility: the building has 1600 squared metres of photovoltaic panels and is the result of advanced research in order to take advantage of the surrounding natural sources of energy and limit overall consumption.
Located near Porta Susa Station, at the corner between Corso Inghilterra and Corso Vittorio Emanuele II, the "grattacielo" is in a zone of strategic importance for the city.
Also the adjoining Giardino Nicola Grosa has been transformed by Piano.

Horrible if seen from the outside, this skyscraper offers a wonderful overview of the whole city. Made to host offices of Intesa San Paolo, sometimes it's open to the public which can be lifted to the 37th floor and take a great look of Turin from the highest point of view possible.
Written 2 May 2015
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Letstrip2016
Torino52 contributions
devastating skyline in Turin
Apr 2015 • Friends
I don't really know why a bank have ever choose a skyscraper in a wonderful low profile town. Bank area aggressive, this building is aggressive and I hope they will change their mind and they will dismantle as soon as possible.
Written 11 April 2015
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