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iOn Habitat, Milan

iOn Habitat, de Ponte Studio

This pavilion, by de Ponte Studio, is designed as part of an exhibition entitled ‘Building a Green Life’ (Construire Green Life). Peugeot, working with the city council (Comune di Milano), have reinterpreted the streets and city squares of Milan. The aim is to provide education on the environment, biodiversity, and renewable energy. This ‘city  garden’ showcases iOn, an 100% electric city car.  Milan is already a pilot city for environmental policy, and has begun installing 200 on-street charging points. The project is a good example of local government and private business working in partnership.

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  1. July 2, 2011 at 8:21 pm

    Fantastic construction 🙂 Love it!

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