Milano is a crossroads of international culture, management, design and architecture. Today, this identity is strengthened by SDA Bocconi School of Management’s new Campus, with its innovative urban space, a meeting point for excellence in research, education and architecture.
A tower, four buildings, a sports center and a big park have been designed by Sanaa’s Kazuyo Sejima and Ryue Nishizawa, and built on a 50-thousand-square-meter area. They feature harmony of curves, wide glass surfaces and high-tech infrastructures.
But there is more to it. The Campus is also Near Zero Energy, a very best example of environmental sustainability. All the buildings are designed to enhance ideal sun lighting and natural ventilation, so as to minimize the use of artificial light and reduce energy consumption. Rainwater is also collected and reused.
The Campus covers over 35-thousand-squaremeters indoor, with 39 wide automated classrooms, two big halls (one seating 300, the other 150), offices and common areas whose safety and efficiency standards few other institutions in Italy and Europe can match.
Thanks to its large spaces and innovative technology infrastructure, the Campus guarantees maximum safety and protection, enabling the School to provide the ideal learning environment for both online and on-campus participants.
The new headquarters of SDA Bocconi School of Management has achieved a substantial sustainability target, demonstrating our commitment to promoting sustainable development. The recently built Campus, which consists of three buildings including a sports center and a residence hall, has been certified “Platinum” by ICMQ (Istituto di Certificazione e Marchio Qualità, Certification and Quality Branding Institute). “Platinum” is the highest rating of the LEED certificate (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design), the most widely used rating system for ecological buildings worldwide, and a mark of excellence for sustainable architecture.
This success is the result of teamwork between Bocconi, the designers and the various suppliers, coordinated by the ICMQ team. They organized all the various design phases to ensure high levels of indoor comfort and energy performance.
This results in savings and reduced consumption of which we are very proud:
SDA Bocconi’s campus buildings are in the center of Milano. In addition to being the business and financial capital of Italy, Milano is also ideally located in the heart of Europe. Thanks to this strategic position, SDA Bocconi has been able to build a large network of international contacts and benefits from the city being a world-renowned center for culture, fashion and design.
For more information on SDA Bocconi’s partnerships and activities, please contact:
SDA Bocconi - New Campus
via Sarfatti 10
tel. 02 5836. 6605 - 6606
Bocconi “B” Via Roentgen 1
Bocconi “C” Via Bocconi 8
For parking online subscriptions, visit www.parkingonline.it
You can pay by fast Pay, credit card or cash using the automated machine located at the entrance to the car park.
From Linate airport
Take bus no. 73 and depart at Piazza 5 Giornate, then take tram no. 9.
From Malpensa airport
Take the Malpensa Shuttle bus to Stazione Centrale, then underground line 3 (yellow line) towards S. Donato.
Depart at Porta Romana station and take tram no. 9.
Alternatively, take the Malpensa Express train to Cadorna station, then underground line 2 (green line) towards Famagosta.
Agenzia Blueteam Travel Group provides an hotel booking service. Preferential rates are available to SDA Bocconi students who book their stay at least fifteen days prior to the start of their program. Bookings with less notice may incur higher rates, though the agency will attempt to find suitable accommodation at a reasonable price.
N.B.: Agency fees not included
For more information or to make a booking, please send an e-mail to email@example.com
From Stazione Centrale F.S.
Take underground line 3 (yellow line) towards S. Donato, depart at Porta Romana station and take tram no. 9.
From the motorway
Take Tangenziale Ovest and exit at Viale Liguria.