The Isozaki Tower, inspired by Constantin Brancusi’s endless column, has become one of the symbols of the city. Designed by the Japanese architect Arada Isozaki together with the Italian architect Andrea Maffei, the skyscraper is the headquarters of Allianz in Italy.
The building, which can accommodate up to 3,800 people, is the tallest skyscraper in Italy by number of floors (50) and according to the highest occupied floor criterion (with its 207 m).
Drytech has designed the waterproofing of all the structures below the project ground level. The fire-fighting tanks, the system tunnels, the multi-lancet windows and the lower sections were therefore built with the Drytech Tank technology.
Client: CityLife s.p.a., Milan
Project: Architect Arata Isozaki, Tokyo / Architect Andrea Maffei, Milan
Structure: Prof. Marco Mola, Ing. Michele Cap, Milan / Ing. Francesco Iorio, Bergamo
Works Management: In.Pro srl, Turin
Waterproofing: Drytech Italy
Drytech Tank: 7,400 m²