i.lab, Research and Innovation Centre
i.lab is Italcementi's new Research and Innovation Centre designed by the US Architect Richard Meier
With the TX Active white cement, Italcementi, "puts his signature" on the outside claddings of the Vodafone Village office buildings designed by architects Roland Gantès and Roberto Morisi
Dives in Misericordia Church
Built in 2003 in Rome and designed by the American architect Richard Meier in occasion of 2000 Rome Gubilee
Italian Pavilion - Expo Shanghai 2010
Designed by Giampaolo Imbrighi and built in 2010 at the Shanghai Expo, it is the first application of the innovative transparent cement i.light developed by Italcementi Group.
Maxxi, National Museum of arts of XXI century
Urban, cultural and exhibition campus dedicated to contemporary arts and architecture designed by Zaha Hadid.
Minamora bench designed by Benedetta Tagliabue
Italcementi and Studio Miralles-Tagliabue EMBT have designed a special bench for Expo 2015 made of i.design EFFIX, a very high performance cement mortar that offers unprecedented creative opportunities for architects.
A biodynamic cement for Palazzo Italia―an architectural design by Nemesi & Partners―is the innovative solution developed by Italcementi for the symbolic heart of the Italian Pavilion at Expo 2015.
The new Milan venue of Fondazione Prada conceived by architecture firm OMA—led by Rem Koolhaas—consists in the redevelopment of an early 20th-century distillery. Striking bright architectural elements are made of a special white concrete by Italcementi.
Centre Pompidou in Malaga
FyM, Italcementi Group's subsidiary in Spain, contributed to the construction of the new Centre Pompidou in Malaga by donating 250 square meters of i.light, the transparent cement expressly conceived in i.lab, Italcementi Research and Innovation Centre, for the making of the Italian Pavilion at Expo Shanghai 2010.
MAGNET. Daniel Libeskind
Daniel Libeskind chooses the innovation by Italcementi for the Magnet residential center in Tirana, Albania.