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La casa della zia in Bergamo, Italy by dep studio

Friday, July 29th, 2016

Article source: dep studio

The project concerns the restructuring of three independent units positioned in the historic center of Sarnico joined by a common architectural approach: the stone walls were recovered by freeing them from the plaster layer that covered and new architectural elements are perfectly identifiable with respect to pre-existing but with them they relate without conflict.

Image Courtesy © dep studio

Image Courtesy © dep studio

  • Architects: dep studio
  • Project: La casa della zia
  • Location: Bergamo, Italy


Casa tag in Bergamo, Italy by dep studio

Friday, April 8th, 2016

Article source: dep studio

The building is located in the historical center of a small town, in a densely built-up area that does not offer particularly fine views towards around. The property, donated to a young boy by his grandmother, had been subjected in the past to a major restructuring but presented some critical issues that compromised the use and that had to be resolved with radical interventions. First of all the lack of light in the interior.

Image Courtesy © dep studio

Image Courtesy © dep studio


  • Architects: dep studio
  • Project: Casa tag
  • Location: Bergamo, Italy


RESIDENTIAL WOOD BUILDING IN SELVINO (BG-IT), Italy by CBA Camillo Botticini Architect

Thursday, February 5th, 2015

Article source: CBA Camillo Botticini Architect 

Selvino is a mountain resort set in upper Val Seriana in the province of Bergamo, whose settlement is characterized by a low building density that plays in alpine version of the typical structure of the suburbs of many countries of Lombardy.

Image Courtesy © Luca Santiago Mora

Image Courtesy © Luca Santiago Mora

  • Architects: CBA Camillo Botticini Architect
  • Location: Selvino, Bergamo, Italy
  • Photography: Luca Santiago Mora
  • Architectural design: arch. Camillo Botticini ABDArchitetti botticini – de appolonia e associati
  • Collaborators: arch. Paola Martinelli, arch. Nicola Martinoli, arch. Stefano Ferracini, arch. Federica Mometto
  • Structural engineering: ing. Franco Palmieri
  • Client: GBS Srl


New Farewell Space For The Deceased in Bergamo, Italy by Tomas Ghisellini Architects

Tuesday, January 6th, 2015

Article source: Tomas Ghisellini Architects

A brand new contemporary space for the farewell of the deceased rests regally between meadows and trees similar to austere and silent presences. A pure parallelepiped volume, covered in white rough plaster, seems like levitating in mid-air, rising light and free from the ground.

Image Courtesy © Tomas Ghisellini Architects

Image Courtesy © Tomas Ghisellini Architects

  • Architects: Tomas Ghisellini Architects
  • Project: New Farewell Space For The Deceased
  • Location: Bergamo (Lombardy), Italy
  • Client: Private
  • Structures: Beatrice Bergamini
  • Site area: 3.820 sqm
  • Building area: 760 sqm
  • Gross floor area: 310 sqm
  • Maximum Height above ground: 6 m
  • Total cost: 700.000,00 €
  • Project: 2014-2015
  • Building Construction: 2015-2016


HOME CARPET in Bergamo, Italy by Tomas Ghisellini Architects

Saturday, January 25th, 2014

Article source: Tomas Ghisellini Architects

An interesting operation of urban renewal in a brave tiny center among the early hills of Bergamo. The construction of a new primary school similar to a defensive inhabited urban border with a green heart, following a successful contest of ideas the Studio was proclaimed winner of, was joined in about a year from the education building’s completion, by the integral redefinition of the municipal private courtyards, hitherto treated as merely residual unused spaces.

Image Courtesy © Tomas Ghisellini Architects

  • Architects: Tomas Ghisellini Architects
  • Project: HOME CARPET
  • Location: Bergamo, Italy
  • Photography: Tomas Ghisellini Architects
  • Client: Municipality of Cenate Sotto
  • Chronology: September-December 2012 > project, January-May 2013 > construction
  • Collaborators: Michele Marchi, Alice Marzola
  • Landscaping: Tomas Ghisellini Architects
  • Total cost: 270,000.00 euros
  • Total Surface: 4,200 sqm
  • General Contractor: Poledil srl, Trescore Balneario (Bg)
  • Lighting: Viabizzuno
  • Paving: GLS Prefabricados

New Headquarters of the Province in Bergamo, Italy by Andrea Maffei Architects

Tuesday, April 9th, 2013

Article source: Andrea Maffei Architects

In recent years, the attractive opportunities offered to the city by the famous Bergamo Scienza initiative brought two speakers – W.J. Mitchell and L.E. Robertson – who expressed radically different views on the theme of the skyscrapers. Mitchell considers them obsolete, replaced by computerized progress, Robertson even consider them antidotes to land consumption, pollution and many other problems of the city.

Image courtesy Andrea Maffei Architects 

  • Architects: Andrea Maffei Architects
  • Project: New Headquarters of the Province of Bergamo
  • Location: Bergamo, Lombardy, Italy
  • Program: New headquarter of Provincia Bergamo
  • Client: Provincia of Bergamo
  • Competition: April 2009
  • R.U.P.: arch. Giuseppe Epinati
  • Design team: Arata Isozaki & Associates
  • Local architect: arch. Attilio Gobbi, Bergamo
  • Security: Favero & Milan Ingegneria spa
  • Structure: Favero & Milan Ingegneria spa
  • Plants: ing. Manuele Petranelli, Spring, Firenze
  • Landscape design: Catherine Mosbach, Alessandro Rocca
  • Traffic consultant: Bruno Gritti
  • Site area: 6041 mq.
  • Gross floor area above ground: 16.239,68 mq.
  • Gross floor area underground: 12.303,34 mq.
  • Maximum height: 47.3 m

Casa N/S in Bergamo, Italy by dep studio – architettura e design

Thursday, April 4th, 2013

Article source: dep studio – architettura e design

Casa N/S lies in the immediate vicinity of the old town of a village in the province of Bergamo. The plot is located in an area characterized by buildings without any great architectonic value, something that has made the architects decide to distinguish the building from its surroundings. The customer’s desire to build a home to leave to his children in the future has led to the realization of a building with two identical and independent units that share a number of facilities, as the tavern, the cellars, the garage and the garden.

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Industrial building Lamiflex Composites in Bergamo, Italy by Buratti Battiston Architects

Tuesday, May 31st, 2011

Article source: Buratti Battiston Architects

The project is the conversion o fan existing industrial plant: a ‘50s weaving factory along the river Serio at Ponte Nossa, in Val Seriana, in the province of Bergamo. The construction now houses the avant-garde production of fibres and carbon composites.

Far View

  • Architects: Buratti Battiston Architects
  • Project: Industrial building Lamiflex Composites
  • Location: Bergamo, Italy
  • Project Date: 2006 – 2009
  • Software used: AutoCAD


Azzano-San Paolo Master Plan in Bergamo, Italy by Asymptote Architect

Friday, May 27th, 2011

Article source: Asymptote Architect

Bergamo, Italy—
Asymptote Architecture’s design for the Azzano-San Paolo Master Plan, a 100,000-square-meter commercial development, was recently unveiled at the MAPIC international retail real estate conference in Cannes, France. The site for the new master plan is an area south of Orio al Serio International Airport near the historic city center of Bergamo in Northern Italy. The master plan, as conceived by Asymptote, is a meandering and intriguingly articulated collection of surfaces that seem to have evolved naturally from the adjacent farmlands and calls for powerful, yet subtle, new architectural works placed on an urban plinth. Overall, the Azzano-San Paolo Master Plan is a signal for the possibility of such developments to be aesthetically compelling and architecturally dynamic.

Front View


  • Architect: Asymptote Architect – Hani Rashid + Lise Anne Couture
  • Name of Project: Azzano-San Paolo Master Plan
  • Location: Bergamo, Italy
  • Client: Stilo Group, Bergamo, Italy
  • Site Area: 110,000 sq. m.
  • Building Area: 120,000 sq. m.
  • Program: Retail, hotel, planetarium, multiplex, health clinic
  • Date: 2008


Xeliox Energy Lab in Bergamo, Italy by marco acerbis studio

Friday, May 20th, 2011

Xeliox Energy Lab is the new headquarter building for Xeliox srl, an Italian company that produces solar parabolic troughs and that, through a new fully operational building, wants to achieve benchmark status with regards to production and energy consumption in line with the target of being a modern, hence sustainable, industrial environment. XEL is designed to be the first industrial building in Italy with an average energy consumption ≤ 6 kWh/mc: equivalent of Italian Class A.

The access from the parking pavement. The solar skin wraps the building and protrudes further to capture the visitors.

  • Architect: marco acerbis studio
  • Name of Project: Xeliox Energy Lab
  • Location: Bergamo, Italy
  • Client: Xeliox Srl
  • Area: 4700 mq
  • Software used: Rhino


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