Round Table "The city of 15 minutes: urban regeneration and the role of hospitality" at the Hotel Concorde in Milan


The historic Antares Hotel Concorde in Milan is located in Viale Monza, between the creative area of NoLo (North-of-Loreto) and the suggestive one of the Naviglio Martesana in Milan.

The hotel, after a complete restyling designed by Studio Mamo, has reopened its doors offering the city a multifunctional space, with the aim of entering the neighborhood as a hub to represent a point of reference for the local community and beyond.
On the occasion of the opening day of the hotel held on 28 October, MC International organized the round table "The city of 15 minutes: urban regeneration and the role of hospitality" with the aim of studying, together with prestigious speakers, the themes of innovation. and renewal at the base of the green redevelopment of the hotel, through the presentation of excellent interventions for a regeneration that is both urban and social.
After the welcome greeting by Cav. Remo Eder, owner of the hotels of the Antares Group, spoke in the debate:

Andrea Balestrini - Architect & Head of LAND Research Lab
Andrea Mamo and Lorena D’Ilio - Designer Studio Mamo
Paolo Mezzalama - IT'S & Parallel Digital Co-founder Architect
Michele Rossi - Partner Architect & Co-founder Park Associati
Giuseppe Tortato - Architect Founder Giuseppe Tortato Architects

The round table was moderated by the architect and journalist Danilo Premoli.