Mediaset Tower Milan v1.0
The Mediaset Telecommunications Tower, designed by the architect Giancarlo Ragazzi, was designed and built to implement the signal of the transmission stations existing on the national territory.
Thanks to its design and size, the tower has become the representative symbol of the telecommunications company as well as a landmark of the surrounding area.
100 meters high: 98 of reinforced concrete over 2 of metal structure, the tower consists of a circular bearing structure of 6 meters in diameter for the first 80 meters and 3 meters in diameter for the cylindrical terminal part.
The internal lift reaches a height of 64 meters and is sized to carry loads of 1,000 kg. Outside, seven circular cantilevered platforms integrate with the tower structure at a height between 60 and 80 meters. Each platform is equipped with 22 connectors prepared for the relative dishes.
The Mediaset tower project, begun in 1992, saw its construction in 1994.