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Intesa Sanpaolo Highline S.r.l. Sede legale: corso Inghilterra 3, 10138 Torino - Capitale sociale interamente versato 500.000,00 euro. Iscrizione Registro delle Imprese di Torino e C.F. 11412220011, Società partecipante al Gruppo IVA “Intesa Sanpaolo” Partita IVA 11991500015 (IT11991500015 ) Numero R.E.A. 1211290, Società unipersonale, soggetta all’attività di Direzione e Coordinamento di Intesa Sanpaolo S.p.A.

Suspended between heaven and earth

Surrounded by the spectacle of nature

The terraces

The city and the Alps, beauty without limits

The roof terraces provide the tower with a privileged, far-reaching view over the city: a welcoming place where enjoying a fascinating panorama while drinking a cocktail surrounded by the mountains and the city lights.
The bamboo floor and glass parapet for higher terraces, allow the guests to move freely, breathing the magic atmosphere of the place and tasting the elegance of its cultural and gastronomic events.

The winter garden

Simple moments of rest

In the skyscraper nature is everywhere: from the garden Giardino Grosa to the bioclimatic greenhouse, nature climbs to the sky, also reaching the most hidden places. The winter garden, developing along the south staircase, provides a moment of relax to eyes and mind, pleasantly connecting the floors with small miniature greenhouses.

These green corners can be found between the glass windows and the staircases connecting the different levels of the building and are planted with creepers filtering and modulating the light coming from the outside.


A 150-meter high spectacular garden

Discover the greenhouse

Giardino Grosa

Living the skyscraper… outside

A green lung, welcoming and well equipped, available for everybody to play, run, walk and relax. During the day, surrounded by a great variety of plants and trees; at night, protected by an effective low-consumption, LED lighting system.

Within the wide lawns for fee activities and the four equipped areas – which are separated by birch groves – recreational events are periodically organized for the community and, in particular, for kids, young people, elderly people and regular goers to the park Giardino Grosa.

The park is to be found to the west side of the Intesa Sanpaolo tower and covers an overall surface of 242x164 meters, delimited to the south by Corso Vittorio Emanuele II, to the west by Via Giovanni Falcone and to the north by Via Cavalli.

Its redevelopment, completed in May 20014 by the designers of Renzo Piano Building Workshop, is part of a wider work of urban transformation of the area of Turin named Spina 2.