CityLife is a residential and commercial complex in the Portello district of Milan. It was designed by architects Arata Isozaki, Daniel Libeskind and Zaha Hadid. Also known as Tre Torri.
The CityLife complex is characterized by a large pedestrian area, the largest Milan and one of the largest in Europe, with car circulation and parking spaces exclusively in the basement.
Sebino Chiusure provided the Hadid tower, headquarters of the Generali Group offices, with doors with phono 45 db, EI 60 coplanar 36 db doors with 2 lacquered wings, EI 60 coplanar doors 41 db with 2 lacquered wings and EI 120 41 db with 2 doors lacquered doors.