Goldmann & Partners partecipated to the 2017 World Architecture Festival that took place in Berlin from November 15th to 17th

This event is a professional opportunity to share views about the innovations on architecture.
 WAF 2017 was focused on the performative quality of different architectural typologies and themes including housing, public spaces, festivals, cultural institutions and new technologies.


On November 14th, 2017 the conference "Finance and Sustainability: responsible investments protagonists of the change" (organized by BAA Bocconi Alumni Association and Assolombarda) was held at the Assolombarda - Milan headquarters.

Dr. Alessandro Cremona (president of Goldmann & Partners) and other representatives of companies related to the Italian financial sector, discussed the issue of new investments focused on a sustainable future.


On Friday November 10th  2017, the annual conference of Il Quotidiano Immobiliare was held at Innovation Campus Milano, this year dedicated to the theme "Italy to build", where the Italian real estate industry met to take stock of the role of the Italian real estate sector.

Isabella Goldmann (managing partner of Goldmann & Partners) made a speech on  the eight sustainability measures that help to define the optimum sustainability report for each building.



Milano Iconic architecture, a photo workshop, has been held on October 28th and 29th, 2017.The workshop aims to convey the complex view of architecture photography, as ideal and exemplary communication tool, through a dive into the languages differences that the photographer - architect must face in different situations. The event was structured in two days of photo workshop, in 4 different iconic locations in the city of Milan.

The workshop was held by Architect Isabella Goldmann, who has described the peculiarities of the buildings and their role in the urban context, and Master Sandro Santioli, a professional photographer, author of several articles for National Geographic and professor at Nikon School. The event, not intended only for architects, has been a full immersion in the complexity of Milan's urban environment and its features: the eye of the photographer were being useful in capturing aspects of architecture that are usually ignored or underestimated.