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Italia & Amore Restaurant Market Wine Shop in Bolzano by ROLAND BALDI ARCHITEKT

Thursday, March 22nd, 2018


In the hearth of the city in Bozen, in an 18th century building, the first restaurant, market and wine house of the international brand italia&amore, opened its doors.

The office of Roland Baldi Architects has been commissioned with the structural and creative implementation of the company concept, which stands for natural, authentic, Italian quality food, that are produced according to ancient traditions by small producers.

Image Courtesy © T. Sorvillo / L. Guadagnini

  • Project: Italia & Amore Restaurant Market Wine Shop
  • Location: Bolzano, Italy
  • Photography: T. Sorvillo / L. Guadagnini
  • Software used: Autocad, SketchUp, Adobe
  • Client: italia & amore Gastro Srl
  • Collaborators: Arch. Sila Giriftinoglu, Arch. Harald Kofler
  • Interior Design: Roland Baldi architects, Gruppe Gut, Heike Linster
  • Construction Management: Roland Baldi architects


Alpin & Stylehotel DIE SONNE in Partschins, Italy by monovolume architecture + design

Tuesday, March 20th, 2018

Article source: monovolume architecture + design 

The new extension building of Hotel Sonne, realized in 2017, is centrally located on Peter Mitterhofer Place in Partschins. Considered as an independent building, it only is connected by a bridge to the existing hotel. The Rasner House, formerly located at this place, was demolished in 2012 in order to create parking space for the existing Hotel Sonne. The new structure with its location specific saddle roof and the natural wooden elements integrates perfectly into the original village’s structure and provides the building with a traditional appearance. Towards the village center the facade opens up to a bar area with a large glass surface which appears to be a flowing transition to the interior. The south facade is generously glazed which allows a breathtaking panorama to Adige Valley. The modern rooms also feature well-chosen traditional elements which harmonize well with the overall concept of the design.

Image Courtesy © Alex Filz

  • Architects: monovolume architecture + design
  • Project: Alpin & Stylehotel DIE SONNE
  • Location: Partschins, Italy
  • Photography: Alex Filz
  • Staff: 
    • Federico Beckmann
    • Benjamin Gaensbacher
    • Diego Preghenella
    • Giorgia Vernareccio
  • Structural Engineering: Michael Abler
  • Living Space: 435 Square Meters
  • Volume: 3270 Cubic Meters
  • Realization: 2017


Palazzo Dami – Piano Nobile in Florence, Italy Zeno Pucci+Architects

Tuesday, March 20th, 2018

Article source: Zeno Pucci+Architects

The house is located on the main floor of a historic building in Florence, redesigned in 1735 by the architects Giovacchino Fortini and Ferdinando Ruggieri for Giuliano Dami, favorite of the Grand Duke Giangastone dè Medici. The project of the Zeno Pucci + Architects studio had as main concept, that of revisiting in a contemporary key this historical dwelling, through the insertion of highly modern furnishing elements and a very minimalist style. The atmosphere can be perceived right from the entrance, where, due to the wall decorations, we are catapulted into a historical space well contrasted by the furnishings present. Here then is the perspective escape of the gallery frescoed by Niccolò Pintucci, which portrays ancient landscapes, shielded by architectural whims, partially covered by a wild vegetation. In the large hall, punctuated by a coffered ceiling of 1400 painted with geometric motifs, the furnishings give a modern style in contrast with the historicity of the room, as in the same dining room. In what was once the family chapel, a small study has now been created, but the atmosphere always brings a very sober and discreet modernity. Even the master bedroom follows the mood of the whole house, like the headboard of the stone bed covered in white leather, and the two modern chairs at the foot of the bed. Movements and atmospheres of a time that design the kitchen, where still the modern blends with the old, with the large sink in gray bardiglio that incorporates the color of contrasting decorations on the walls in pietra serena treated in bold ivory, the sideboard in corten iron and backlit opaque glass.

Image Courtesy © Zeno Pucci+Architects


Historical Future: Milan Reborn in Italy by MAD Architects

Monday, March 19th, 2018

Article source: MAD Architects 

MAD Architects presents their research proposal Historical Future: Milan Reborn for the Scali Milano project, community-reactivation masterplan research headed by FS Sistemi Urbani (FS Urban Systems) and Comune di Milano (the Municipality of Milan) with the support of Regione Lombardia (Lombardy Region). MAD Architects, along with four other international architecture firms (Stefano Boeri Architetti, Mecanoo Architecten, MIRALLES TAGLIABUE EMBT, and Cino Zucchi Architetti), was invited to envision a series of Milan’s dilapidated railyards as productive social landscapes that establish a harmony between Milan’s citizenry, the larger metropolitan region, and the natural environment. MAD proposes that these railyards become interconnected micro-systems conforming to five spatial concepts: “City of Connections,” “City of Green,” “City of Living,” “City of Culture,” and “City of Resources.”

Image Courtesy © MAD Architects

  • Architects: MAD Architects
  • Project: Historical Future: Milan Reborn
  • Location: Milan, Italy
  • Photography: Piero Cruciatti and La Presse
  • Team: HE Wei, Helen Liu, Marco Gastoldi, Dmitry Seregin, Felix Amiss, SHU Sai, Edoardo Nieri, HUANG Yaojun, Jacques Maria Brandt, Ares Andrea Martorelli
  • Associate Partner in Charge: Andrea D’Antrassi
  • Directors: Ma Yansong, Dang Qun, Yosuke Hayano
  • Total Railyard Area: 1,247,605 sqm
  • Exhibition Date: April 4-9, 2017


Torre di Baratti – Bio Resort & Restaurant in Italy by Zeno Pucci+Architects

Monday, March 19th, 2018

Article source: Zeno Pucci + Architects

The \”Torre di Baratti – Bio Resort & Restaurant\” is located in the enchanting Gulf of Baratti and enjoys a panoramic position of considerable prestige, with unique views and characteristics, right in the middle between sea and hills, at the foot of the ancient Etruscan village of Populonia . The site is immersed in an extraordinary countryside, a fertile land populated by beautiful olive groves with centuries-old trees of wild beauty, stone walls \”dry\” that rise in the blue sky, delimiting the vast fields creating here and there plots variables, flanked by important remains of Etruscan civilizations, and ancient lookout towers. It is a strong landscape full of signs and meaning, the one where the village of Baratti is born, a gulf of sea of ​​rare beauty, which has maintained that genuine taste of home, and where stands the \”Torre di Baratti – Bio Resort & Restaurant\”, immersed in the colors and smells of the countryside, whose name comes from the particular type of building, born as an outpost watchtower.

Image Courtesy © Zeno Pucci+Architects

  • Architects: Zeno Pucci+Architects
  • Project: Torre di Baratti – Bio Resort & Restaurant
  • Location: Baratti, Italy


Canopied – holiday house f at garda lake in Italy by bergmeisterwolf architekten

Friday, March 16th, 2018

Article source: bergmeisterwolf architekten

A new volume is added to the antique XVII century villa overlooking Garda lake, in the north of Italy, immediately showing two contrasting and complementary elements: the first one, a 3-floor stone house, the second, a dyed concrete canopy.

Image Courtesy © gustav willeit

  • Architects: bergmeisterwolf architekten
  • Project: Canopied – holiday house f at garda lake
  • Location: Garda lake, Toscolano-Maderno, Italy
  • Photography: gustav willeit


City of Sun in Rome, Italy by LABICS

Thursday, March 15th, 2018

Article source: LABICS 

Winning competition entry for the redevelopment of an urban area, including the transformation of an existing bus depot to integrate a mixture of uses including office, retail space and residential units.

This project is part of the Municipality of Rome’s initiative to redevelop a number of transport depots within the city in conjunction with local public transport authority ATAC. It involves the regeneration of a neighborhood with a weak identity but with good growth potential due to its location at the edge of the city centre. Labics’ aim therefore was to create a new centre for the local community, but also to increase its profile as a place of transition with privileged access to the city centre.

Image Courtesy © Marco Cappellettii

  • Architects: LABICS (Maria Claudia Clemente, Francesco Isidori)
  • Project: City of Sun
  • Location: Via della Lega Lombarda, Rome, Italy
  • Photography: Marco CappellettiFernando Guerra | FG+SG fotografia de arquitectura
  • Client: Hines Italia SGR Spa (INPGI Hines Fund)
  • Current Owner: Investire SGR
  • Design Team: Luigi Panetta (team leader), Paola Bettinsoli, Chiara Capriulo, Gaia Maria, Lombardo, Michele Morganti, Giorgio Pasqualini, Filippo Pesce
  • Structural Engineering: Studio Pagnoni Vita
  • Mechanical and Electrical Systems: 3TI Progetti
  • Site Construction Supervision: Eideo servizi d’ingegneria (Stefano D’Ambrosio)
  • Developer: Parsitalia Srl (general contractor)
  • Construction Cost: 35.100.000 Euros


Bloom Cafè in Verona, Italy by STUDIO ENRICO PASTI

Thursday, March 15th, 2018


The BLOOM CAFE ‘project, was born in the historical center of the city, in the most ancient square of Verona.



Infrastructure – Structure – Architecture in Venice, Italy by SUMMARY studio

Wednesday, March 14th, 2018

Article source: SUMMARY studio

The global housing deficit can be measured in the scale of billions. Two opposite approaches can be seen tackling this issue of such magnitude and scale: an inefficient approach and an efficient approach. An inefficient construction system is labor intensive, and this means that, from a political point of view, using as large a work force as possible will keep unemployment rates low, which is just as important as reducing the housing shortage. At the same time, there will be a need for approaches using very efficient prefabricated constructions able to respond quickly and accountably in terms of technical quality to an ever increasing housing demand.

Image Courtesy © SUMMARY architecture

  • Architects:  SUMMARY studio
  • Project: Infrastructure – Structure – Architecture
  • Location: Venice, Italy


SCL Strawbale House in Vicenza, Italy by Jimmi Pianezzola Architetto

Wednesday, March 14th, 2018

Article source: Jimmi Pianezzola Architetto

SCL detached house in Vicenza (Italy) is the first in town designed using straw-bales as building technique.
The project reveals an idea of architecture rooted in archetypes. Two elements, a roof and a wall, define the domestic space.

Clients in the first place asked for a conventional wooden house.

Since the house is the domain of its inhabitants, we tried together to understand what their needs were and what the priorities with an holistic approach to sustainability, design process and construction.

Image Courtesy © Jimmi Pianezzola Architetto


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