The Milano Linate airport, the fourth busiest airport in Italy and the third in the Lombardy region for passenger traffic, welcomes around 9 million people a year between domestic and short-haul European flights.
To make this doorway to the city more attractive and efficient, the airport is undergoing a complete restyling and the first phase, focused on the exteriors, has just been completed.
For the renovation, the architects from Studio Cerri & Associati have chosen Corian® Exteriors, a cladding solution based on Corian® Solid Surface, to create an elegant immaculately white facade and give a new minimalist look to Milan’s city airport.
“The façade has been leveled out and its constructive elements reorganized using a cladding systemvthat allows for the application of panels in Corian® Solid Surface on the external surface of the building.
The material is thermoformable, has excellent resistance to climatic aggression and fire, is easy to maintain and is resistant to acts of vandalism” says architect Pieluigi Cerri from Studio Cerri & Associati.