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Milan, Italy, 19 October

Giulio De Carli talks Italian Airports at CASABELLA Formazione

One Works were pleased to be part of the series “Esperienze di Architettura contemporanea” organized by Casabella Formazione – a collaboration between architectural magazine Casabella and ProViaggiArchitettura, a company specialising in the design of architecture itineraries to expand the cultural offer and inform professional standards.   Founder and Manager Partner, Giulio De Carli, was invited to share his expertise on the Italian Airports scenario. As one of Italy’s recognised experts, he drafted the guidelines of the Master Plan for the Italian airports network, commissioned by ENAC (Italian Civil Aviation Authority), and over the years he has delivered several expansion and upgrade projects to Italy’s main airports. Most recently, Giulio led the award-winning refurbishment and extension project at Marco Polo Airport in Venice.   More information about the Casabella Laboratorio can be found at http://www.casabellaformazione.it/    

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Europe, 10 October

Design Leader Domenico Santini joins specialist ACI EUROPE Committee

We are proud to announce One Worker, Domenico Santini, is now a member of the ACI EUROPE Facilitation and Customer Services Committee.    Domenico now joins Alessandra Bellioni (a long-standing member of the ACI EUROPE Technical and Operational Safety Committee) as the second One Worker to join one of these specialist aviation committees.    ACI Europe is the voice of Europe's airports, representing 500 airports in 45 European countries. Through a number of specialist committees, made up of experts from member airports and world business partners, ACI EUROPE is able to stay permanently informed of the real-life challenges facing the airport industry.   Domenico Santini, design leader in One Works since 2012, and part of the team since 2004, is one of the leading expert in airport design sector.   Domenico Santini joined One Works back in 2004 and has been a prominent Team Leader since 2012. He is one of our leading experts in the airport design sector and, over the last 14 years, has worked with airports across Europe (among others Venezia, Bergamo, Bologna, Milan Malpensa and Linate) and the MENA region (new passenger terminal of Jazan, Abha and Al Baha).   He is now in overseeing the design of the terminal expansion of Venice International Airport, the new warehouse of Napoli Airport and a new the Masterplan for Torino Airport.  

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Italy, 05 October

One Works makes the cover of Italian magazine, Modulo

In an in-depth interview with Founding Partners, Giulio De Carli and Leonardo Cavalli, national magazine on architecture and engineering magazine Modulo presents One Works as a leading practice in our field. Talking with journalist Clara Taverna, Giulio and Leo discuss the origins, the philosophy and the evolution of One Works and how we have become one of the most significant Italian architecture and engineering firms. As well as full cover piece on our work at Venice International Airport, Modulo has published a detailed overview of some of our key projects from around the world, including the recently completed Bergamo International Airport, Gonzaga Institute and City Life Piazza Tre Torri, and our existing projects the Laveno Masterplan, the Transport Education Centre (TEC), and San Marino’s award-winning luxury shopping outlet, The Market. "The root of our vision has as its goal the project considered in its entirety, from design to realization. This vision has united and kept us together until now " – Giulio De Carli "I think this is our true value, the ability to broaden our gaze and catch the relationship between individual things" – Leonardo Cavalli Click here to read the complete interview (Italian) or pick up a copy of the recent Modulo.  

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Bergamo, Italy, 26 September

Giulio De Carli presents at 14th International Air Rail Organisation Workshop

Managing Partner and Founder, Giulio De Carli, was recently invited to speak at the dedicated International Air Rail Organisation (IARO) Workshop titled ""Bergamo Airport - What Type of Service is Right for you?".   The busy event invites participants to promote best practice to organisations involved in air-rail transport and focuses on a specific aspect of the air-rail business, providing an opportunity for participants to learn from specialists, such as One Works, and to share their expertise and know-how through open discussion.   Giulio shared One Works' expertise on the development of Bergamo International Airport, where we led the intermodality and infrastructure design, and the challenges of connecting the airport to the regional railway network.     More information about our experience at Bergamo International Airport can be found here.   Many thanks to International Air Rail Organisation (IARO) for the invitation.  

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Singapore, 25 August

One Works announces Singapore office and Asia-Pacific expansion

One Works is very pleased to announce the opening of our new Singapore office to facilitate growth in the Asia-Pacific market.   Building on the success of the business over the last few years, this new entity will be an invaluable step towards broadening our market reach into a region of strong economic growth. These countries are embarking on extensive new infrastructure to support the unprecedented scale of urban development and the creation of state-of-the-art places for people to work, live and play.   Led by Managing Partners, Giulio De Carli and Anwar Mohamed, the new office will enable us to strengthen and create new relationships with other professional partners and associates in the region, as well as provide exposure to new methods, skills and technology to help us deliver a higher level of service to our clients. Our regional partner, CTMIC Pte Ltd, managed by Zaini Zain and Kelvin Koh gives us immediate local presence and experience to serve the Asia Pacific markets today.   Anwar Mohamed, said: “As we continue to grow as a company, we are looking forward to seeing clients in this new market benefit from our experience and our holistic approach to planning and design with the clients’ aspirations as the number one priority. This is clearly a region of continuing growth opportunities and a new office in Singapore means we will be uniquely placed to combine international expertise with an understanding of specific regional demands, while benefiting from our existing operational capabilities to serve a global market.”   Giulio De Carli, Founder & Managing Partner at One Works, added: “Given One Works’ commitment to grow as a global design and consultancy firm, there could be no better time to build on our existing relationships to develop our great portfolio of design solutions in the Asia-Pacific Market. I am truly proud to lead such a strong and ambitious company, and leverage our experiences to foster expansion in this exciting region”   For more information, please feel free to get in touch at singapore@one-works.com  

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United Kingdom, 22 August

One Works shortlisted in Cambridge to Oxford Connection: Ideas Competition

One Works are delighted to be shortlisted, as part of a wider team, for an international competition that focuses on integrating placemaking with infrastructure in one of the UK’s leading growth regions: Cambridge to Oxford.   As part of the team, One Works will provide expertise in Urban Development Strategy, Masterplanning, and Transport Infrastructure Analysis. In particular, we will be responsible for identifying strategic development opportunities, integrating multidisciplinary inputs to maximise sustainable development, as well as analysing traffic and people movements across various modes of transport.   We are excited to be entering stage two of the competition together with a great team including: architects and urban designers, Mae; structural and civil engineering firm, AKT II; and landscape architects, Planit IE.   The National Infrastructure Commission and Malcolm Reading Consultants announced the shortlist for The Cambridge to Oxford Connection: Ideas Competition. The two-stage competition is seeking inspirational yet realisable visions for the future of development within the arc encompassing four of the UK’s fastest-growing and most productive centres: Cambridge, Milton Keynes, Northampton and Oxford.   The international competition launched on 30 June 2017 and invited entries from broad multi-disciplinary teams made up of urban designers; architects; planning, policy and community specialists; landscape designers; development economists; and others with local knowledge and general insight. Fifty-eight teams from the UK and further afield entered at the first stage, anonymously submitting emerging concepts focused on a chosen form of development – ranging from the intensification of existing urban areas to new autonomous settlements – along with separate details on the composition of their team.   The high-profile jury of thought-leaders in infrastructure, economics, design and placemaking, chaired by Bridget Rosewell (Commissioner for the National Infrastructure Commission), judged the emerging concepts and team composition and selected a shortlist.   Bridget Rosewell, Commissioner for the National Infrastructure Commission and Competition Jury Chair, said: “The Commission and the jury were delighted with the quality and detail of submissions to the competition, and we would like to thank all those who offered their ideas and energies. The shortlisted teams produced particularly imaginative and stimulating responses to the first-stage brief and we look forward to seeing how their ideas and visions develop.   “At the second stage, we will be looking for proposals that are rooted in their context and understand the local character, environment and landscape. We have asked competitors to consider how places will be integrated with infrastructure, but above all, we want to see what the proposals will mean for the lives of the people living and working in the corridor.”   For more information about the competition, visit the Malcom Reading website.   

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Venice, Italy, 20 July

Marco Polo Airport opens new extension with light-filled gallery

One Works has completed Phase 1 of a major development plan for Marco Polo Airport, with expansive new facilities carefully integrated into the existing fabric of the airport. Working alongside SAVE Engineering, One Works has overseen the complex architectural and structural challenges involved in bringing the airport up to 21st century standards.   Marco Polo Airport is an important part of northern Italy’s transport infrastructure, the third such intercontinental hub in the country, with a growing number of passengers using routes through it thanks to an overarching traffic strategy.     The first phase of the extension: 2013-2017   Inaugurated on June 17, the new 11,000 sqm extension creates a kind of forecourt for the airport, improving accessibility to the terminal and connecting passengers to the dock via the new moving walkway; from here passengers can travel to Venice in style by Vaporetto or water taxi.   The new forecourtis comprised of an 280-metre-long, fully glazed gallery that takes advantage of the 22-metre-wide interstitial space left free in the original complex between the terminal and the dual level road.   The new distribution layout has been developed to marry the functional requirements of the day-to-day terminal operations but also to embrace the beauty of the spectacular views of the Venice lagoon.   One Works has created a harmonious dialogue between the original airport buildings and the new extensions, ensuring that the iconic lagoon landmark is expanded sustainably, now and in the future.     The new VIP Lounge & Winter Garden   Inspired by the traditions of Venetian glass, a new VIP area, known as the Marco Polo Lounge, is characterised by the use of glass, both as a form generator and as a finishing material.   The lounge is configured as two contrasting spaces with their own singular identities. On one side, overlooking the track and bathed in natural light, is the main relaxation area featuring floor-to-ceiling glass walls and an undulating ceiling that blends with the parquet floor. On the other side of the partition glass is an area close to the central core of the airport, dedicated to ancillary functions and services such as the reception, cloakroom, changing rooms, toilets, storage and food preparation areas.   Between these two spaces there are two further rest spots and the lounge also boasts a new winter garden that partially covers the existing terrace.  

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Italy, 06 July

“Airports of the new Millennium” Publication features One Works

One Works is pleased to be included in the last Hachette volume on Airports named “Gli aeroporti del nuovo millennio”.   The book, curated by Simona Galateo, represents and illustrates an overview of the best airport designs from across the globe, ranging from an architectural to a landcape scale. The state of the art developments are illustrated through a series of case studies and include some the internationaly renowned firms such as: UNStudio, Foster + Partners, SOM, Gae Aulenti Associati, Ricardo Bofill, Rogers Stirk Harbour and Zaha Hadid Architects.   "Together with the railway stations and the metropolitan stations, other hotspots of transportation systems, airports are today one of the most advanced and evolving architectural typologies, where the most innovative technologies and techniques are experienced to create authentic urban complexes ... " states Simona Galateo.   One Works is honored to be part of the publication that features two of our most recent extension projects: BGY International Airport and VCE International Airport.   Bergamo Airport Vision 2030 from One Works on Vimeo.   Il Caravaggio international airport has seen his second phase of the development plan completed in 2015, third and fourth phase will continue to improve and extend services, spaces and facilities, as you can see in the video, to respond to the future needs that also comes from the recent new routes provided and for the number of passengers that continues to increase.

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Milan, Italy, 01 June

One Works to design new general aviation terminal for Milan Malpensa Airport

One Works has been appointed by SEA, the company that manages the Milan airport systems Milano Linate, Milano Malpensa and Milano Linate Prime, to design the new general aviation terminal for one of the most important airports in Italy, the Milan Malpensa Airport (MXP).   With over 20 years of developed expertise and our integrated approach, we will act as architects, engineers and consultants leading the project from conceptual design to the construction design.   As we continue to strengthen our Aviation portfolio, Milan Malpensa Airport will join the list of many projects designed and delivered by One Works, including most recently: the highly anticipated Venice Marco Polo Airport extension; Bergamo Il Caravaggio International Airport Refurbishment and Extension; and the Milano Linate Prime Terminal Renewal.

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