Monte Amiata Housing

Milan, Italy

Monte Amiata Housing

Monte Amiata Housing is a residential complex in the Gallaratese district of Milan, Italy, designed by architects Carlo Aymonino and Aldo Rossi in the late 1960s. It is sometimes referred to as the "Red Dinosaur" in reference both to the reddish color of the buildings and the oddity of their design. The project is well known in the international architecture community, and regarded as one of those that better represent Aymonino's vision of the city as a turbulent, intricate, and varied texture, a paradigm that is known as "fragmentism".

The complex, named after Mount Amiata, extends over an area of 120,912 m² enclosed between the Via Francesco Cilea and Via Enrico Falck streets.

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