Posts Tagged ‘Italy’
Friday, March 31st, 2017
Article source: BIG-Bjarke Ingels Group
The S.Pellegrino brand identity is deeply rooted in its origin in the San Pellegrino Terme: from the majestic nature, purity of the source and historical heritage, to the century-long development of craft and Italian way of life. As such, the new S.Pellegrino Flagship Factory should not be a radical superposition of new messages or foreign elements, but rather an enhancement and elevatation of the qualities that are already abundant in and around the river valley. BIG proposes an architecture that offers a fresh take on an ancient wisdom, revisiting the classic elements of Italian architecture and urbanism: the arcade, the viale, the piazza and the portico create an architectural environment where production and consumption, nature and architecture, outside and inside, and making and enjoying are integrated to elevate the experience for visitors as well as S.Pellegrino staff.
Image Courtesy © BIG-Bjarke Ingels Group
- Architects: BIG-Bjarke Ingels Group
- Project: SPFF – S.Pellegrino Flagship Factory
- Location: San Pellegrino Terme, Bergamo, Italy
- Client: Sanpellegrino S.p.a.
- Partners in Charge: Bjarke Ingels, Thomas Christoffersen
- Project Leader: Jelena Vucic
- Team: Lorenz Krisai, Edda Steingrimsdottir, Stephen Steckel, Julie Kaufman, Wells Barber, Derek Wong, Yang Yang Chen, Terrence Chew, Christopher Tron, Lawrence Olivier Mahadoo, Veronica Acosta, Ashton Stare, Gaurav Janey, Maria Eugenia Dominguez Bello, Supakrit Wongviboonsin, Adi Krainer, Josiah Poland, Jennifer Wood, Kelly Neill, Maki Matsubayashi, Francesca Portesine, Veronica Moretti, Gabriella Den Elzen, Denys Kozak, Kristian Hindsberg
- Collaborators: Atelier Verticale, West8, Schlaich Bergermann Partner, Front, Arup, Squint/opera, Mic, Big Ideas, Studio Piero Castiglioni
- Size: 17.500 m2
- Status: In Progress
Friday, March 31st, 2017
Article source: Schiattarella Associati
Masseria Grottone, part of Masserie Maresca Farm-Hotel, built between 1812 and 1860 is an agricultural complex a few miles away from Ostuni. Dipped in 40 acres of centenary olive trees and Mediterranean scrub: a natural context of extraordinary richness.
Image Courtesy © Antonio Fatano
Wednesday, March 29th, 2017
Article source: Zaha Hadid Architects
To compose the setting of Milan’s prestigious CityLife, one of Europe’s biggest urban re-qualification projects, is Penthouse One-11, completely planned and created by Milano Contract District, within the famous residences designed by Zaha Hadid. The elegant two-story penthouse of over 300 m2, featuring a fabulous view over the city and the adjacent park, is the result of the excellent, quality services provided by the new and innovative Design District dedicated to Real Estate. Only a few months after opening, it has already conquered the Lombard capital’s real estate scene thanks to the numerous projects initiated with the most important Real Estate companies in Milan, and that’s not all.
Image Courtesy © Zaha Hadid Architects
Tuesday, March 28th, 2017
Article source: deamicisarchitetti
Located amongst the Gavi vineyards, right in the heart of the La Raia farm, lies Borgo Merlassino. A rural resort combining traditional agricultural activity with new accommodation facilities: La Raia B&B, the La Raia Foundation headquarters, warehouses, laboratories for the Waldorf school and a reading hall. The genesis of the refurbishment and transformation of the former hamlet starts from the pre-existing structures. It was promptly decided that, rather than the actual buildings, it was the character and quality of the relevant spaces between the structures that needed ample renovation. The design statement envisaged contamination and contradiction as a strong structuring identity of the Site. The use of rammed-earth walls, the choice of traditional colours of buildings in Liguria and the reinterpretation of traditional building techniques have jointly attributed a new character to the hamlet. The senses of time, the scale, as well as the balance between old and new were the real motif of the design.
Image Courtesy © Luigi Bartoli, Gabriele Leo, Fondazione La Raia
- Architects: deamicisarchitetti
- Project: Borgo Merlassino
- Location: Novi Ligure, Alessandria, Italia
- Photography: Luigi Bartoli, Gabriele Leo, Fondazione La Raia
- Software used: Autocad 2015
- Client: società agricola “La Raia”
- Area: 1000
- Year: 2013-2014
Friday, March 17th, 2017
Article source: [A+M]2 Architects
The former Pellizzari’s pumps factory was still as it was during the production, before it was left abandoned. The site – the [B] zone – showed the ravages of time and the sequence of layers that have been added time after time.
The project, then, comes from the industrial nature and the peculiar materials of the site – concrete and steel – and aims to preserve all the distinctive features of the building. One more layer only has been added: the exterior platform in black concrete.
Image Courtesy © Davide Pretto
- Architects: [A+M]2 Architects
- Project: The [B] Zone | 1882 Concept Store
- Location: Via Alberti, 13 – 36071 Arzignano [VI] – Italy
- Photography: Davide Pretto
- Lead Architects: PhD Arch. Marcello Galiotto, Arch. Alessandra Rampazzo
- Collaborators: Arch. Mario Azzarello, Arch. Nicolò Conte, Andrea Roverato
- Graphic: EY STUDIO
- Gross Built Area (square meters or square foot): 1.200 m2
- Completion Year: 2016
Thursday, March 16th, 2017
Article source: PIETRO CARLO PELLEGRINI ARCHITETTO
Promoted by the Presidency of the Council of Ministers for of the 150th anniversary of the Unification of Italy, “Sites of Memory” was a project aimed at rehabilitating several historically significant sites across the peninsula and making them again part of a tangible collective memory. The rehabilitation of the nineteenth century Arbuticci Fort in Caprera, up to the Second World War the headquarters of the military operational defence base of the Italian Navy, was one of such plans. The restoration and preservation design of a site on the island where Garibaldi spent the last years of his life was developed as a dialogue between a contemporary approach and the context’s historical and architectural tradition.
Image Courtesy © PIETRO CARLO PELLEGRINI ARCHITETTO
- Architects: PIETRO CARLO PELLEGRINI ARCHITETTO
- Project: Giuseppe Garibaldi Memorial
- Location: Arbuticci fort, Caprera (Olbia-Tempio), Italy
- Client: Presidenza del Consiglio dei Ministri. Unità Tecnica di Missione per il 150° dell’Unità d’Itali
- Architectural design, restoration, setting: Pietro Carlo Pellegrini
- Collaborators: Carlo Bertolini, Alessio Fiorini, Sirio Lazzari, Sheila Lazzerini, Margherita Pecori, Dario Arnone, Stefania Iurilli
- Structure and plant: Aice Consulting srl
- Operative director – Unità Tecnica di Missione per il 150° dell’Unità d’Italia: Nicola Alberto Barone
- Procedure supervisor – Unità Tecnica di Missione per il 150° dell’Unità d’Italia: Luigi Valerio Sant’Andrea
- Setting scientific supervisor – Unità Tecnica di Missione per il 150° dell’Unità d’Italia: Anna Villari
- Multimedia design and realization: N!03 [ennezerotre]
Tuesday, March 14th, 2017
Article source: DEGW
DEGW has created a mix of “100% made-in-Italy” interior spaces for Microsoft inside Herzog & de Meuron’s iconic building, all designed in accordance with the firm’s corporate values: openness, visibility, flexibility, energy, dynamism and innovation.
DEGW’s project is part of a process Microsoft Italia has been undertaking for years in the name of a “New World of Work”, an approach to the dynamics of work that involves greater staff flexibility in terms of smart working and the use of functional and technologically innovative spaces to maximise cooperation. Well-being and the reconciling of personal and professional requirements are the linchpin around which time management and this new way of working revolve, making flexibility an important means of hitting targets.
Image Courtesy © Microsoft Italia
- Architects: DEGW
- Project: Microsoft House
- Location: Viale Pasubio 17, 20154 Milan
- Photography: Microsoft Italia
- Client: Microsoft Italia
- Design team:
- Client Leader: Alessandro Adamo – DEGW Italia
- Senior Architect: Cristiana Boienti – DEGW Italia
- DEGW: Space planning, interior design, upgrading of plant-engineering, change management
- FUD Brand Making Factory: Communication Design & Physical Branding
- Overall area: 8.600 sq.m.
- Time frame: 2015 – 2017
Sunday, March 12th, 2017
Article source: Kadarik Tüür Arhitektid
The title of the Estonian pavilion, “Gallery of _”, symbolises the nature of the entire pavilion and, more broadly, the idea that Estonia is a dynamic and smart small country, with every citizen’s initiative but also every foreign investment, collaboration with international reach and foreign investor affecting how it fares.
Image Courtesy © Filippo Poli
- Architects: Kadarik Tüür Arhitektid
- Project: EXPO 2015 Estonian pavilion
- Location: Milan, Italy
- Photography: Filippo Poli
- Client: EAS
- Preliminary design: Kadarik Tüür Arhitektid OÜ – Ott Kadarik, Mihkel Tüür, Priit Hamer, Kadri Tamme, Liis Mägi, Tanel Trepp, Kristi Tuurmann
- Graphic design: Uku-Kristjan Küttis, Kaarel Kala, Alari Orav AKU
- Recent stages: Kadarik Tüür Arhitektid OÜ – Ott Kadarik, Mihkel Tüür, Priit Hamer, Kadri Tamme, Liis Mägi
- Graphic design: Uku-Kristjan Küttis, Kaarel Kala, Alari Orav AKU
- Construction design: Civen OÜ
- Builder: Redaelli Costruzioni S.p.A.
- Structural design: Civen OÜ
- Gross useable floor space: 1200 m²
- Start of work: 2013
- Completion of work: 2015
Tuesday, March 7th, 2017
Article source: Arch. Esther Tattoli
Andria, Apulian city in expansion, will be equipped in 2017 with a new multi-purpose sportive center, used to practice five different sports: 5 a-side football, handball, volleyball, basketball and figure skating.
The redevelopment project of the old ice rink, facility in a state of decay, was launched in 2013 and has seen an investment by the municipal administration of approximately 650000 euros.
The project of the new ice rink has been entrusted to Esther Tattoli architect, helped by the engineer Michele Masciavè, while the works were awarded to the Euro Costruzioni of Naples.
Image Courtesy © Arch. Esther Tattoli
- Architects: Arch. Esther Tattoli
- Project: Project coverage and functional re-use of the skating rink
- Location: Andria, Italy
Sunday, March 5th, 2017
Article source: DEGW Italia
EY is opening its new headquarters right in the heart of the old city centre of Milan, the first workplace of the future in Italy: a totally green, LEED-certified building with revolutionised spaces, cutting-edge technology and an innovative vision of how to work, designed by DEGW.
The new headquarters of EY, located right in the heart of old Milan city centre, has opened its doors as a totally green, renovated organism featuring revolutionised spaces, cutting-edge technology and an innovative vision of work. The project, by DEGW, Lombardini22 brand, has done so by redeveloping an entire block, “welding together” totally different structures built at different periods in time that seemed to be unsuitable for either the latest work methods or an innovative company like EY. The real challenge the project faced was to incorporate all the most highly developed modern-day work processes within the constraints imposed by history, turning every restriction into a fresh opportunity to enhance the space itself.
Image Courtesy © Dario Tettamanzi
- Architects: DEGW Italia
- Project: New headquarters of EY
- Location: via Meravigli, 12/14, 20123 Milan, Italy
- Photography: Dario Tettamanzi
- Tenant: EY
- Developer: Antirion SGR S.p.A. Fondo Global Comparto Core
- Advisor: Colliers International S.p.A
- Project Manager: IRE S.p.A.
- LEED Consultant: R2M Solutions
- EY Project Leader: Stefano Massimo Riva
- Antirion Project Leader: Vincenzo Scerbo