Rem Koolhaas’s new tower for Milan’s Prada Foundation opens during Salone del Mobile this week. Overlooking an abandoned rail yard and the sprawling city, the nine-story tower completes Koolhaas’s plans for the 200,000-square-foot site. Three years in construction, the venue will be the city’s largest arts destination. The tower vastly expands the foundation’s already-extensive exhibition spaces. New galleries are reserved for Miuccia Prada’s private collection of contemporary art, and a new restaurant and roof-deck bar will also provide visitors with refreshments on the premises. Featuring:

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Rem Koolhaas’s new tower for Milan’s Prada Foundation opens during Salone del Mobile this week. Overlooking an abandoned rail yard and the sprawling city, the nine-story tower completes Koolhaas’s plans for the 200,000-square-foot site. Three years in construction, the venue will be the city’s largest arts destination. The tower vastly expands the foundation’s already-extensive exhibition spaces. New galleries are reserved for Miuccia Prada’s private collection of contemporary art, and a new restaurant and roof-deck bar will also provide visitors with refreshments on the premises. Featuring:
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Rem Koolhaas’s new tower for Milan’s Prada Foundation opens during Salone del Mobile this week. Overlooking an abandoned rail yard and the sprawling city, the nine-story tower completes Koolhaas’s plans for the 200,000-square-foot site. Three years in construction, the venue will be the city’s largest arts destination. The tower vastly expands the foundation’s already-extensive exhibition spaces. New galleries are reserved for Miuccia Prada’s private collection of contemporary art, and a new restaurant and roof-deck bar will also provide visitors with refreshments on the premises. Featuring: Atmosphere Where: Milan, Italy When: 18 Apr 2018 Credit: IPA/WENN.com **Only available for publication in UK, USA, Germany, Austria, Switzerland**

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