Work Spaces INTESA SANPAOLO BANK BRANCHES
2007-2012
ITALY

Of the many Intesa Sanpaolo branches, the one in Piazza Diaz, Milan, was among the first to adopt the architectural and communicational project developed by aMDL. 

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Of the many Intesa Sanpaolo branches, the one in Piazza Diaz, Milan, was among the first to adopt the architectural and communicational project developed by aMDL. The bank branch in fact represents a typical example of the application of the new interiors and furniture designed and made in 2008: the blue wave wall with its built-in cashpoints, the teller desks, family and affluent cusomer managers, and then the queue control system, internet point and customer assistance.
Large windows give the branch external visibility, conveying a sense of transparency to the bank’s service. The layout and implementation were overseen by the Bank’s real estate office coordinated by the architects Massimo Colombo and Mariangela Taliento.

PROJECT
aMDL Architetto Michele De Lucchi Srl - Michele De Lucchi

PROJECT TEAM
Alberto Bianchi (project leader), Simona Agabio, Alessandro Ghiringhelli, Laiza Tonali

CLIENT
Intesa Sanpaolo

CHRONOLOGY
2007-2008 design

PHOTOGRAPHY
Andrea Martiradonna

SKETCH
Michele De Lucchi