Posts Tagged ‘Italy’
Friday, June 5th, 2015
Article source: act_romegialli
The client’s requirement was for a pavilion to be connected to the main historic house causing the least visual interference with the surrounding parkland. The pavilion was for an indoor pool, and some space for fitness, service and leisure in a climate controlled space.
Image Courtesy © Marcello Mariana
- Architects: act_romegialli
- Project: ROCCOLO’S SWIMMING POOL
- Location: Alta Brianza, Italy
- Photography: Marcello Mariana
- Design team: Gianmatteo Romegialli, Angela Maria Romegialli, Erika Gaggia
- Client: Private
- Landscape: Emanuele bortolotti – ag&p
- Typology: Pavillion with swimming pool and conservatory
- Completion of work: 2015 (more…)
Wednesday, June 3rd, 2015
Article source: Luciano Pia
Hollywood House was a small popular theatre built in the XIX century as the all lot and now a residential building. It is located outside the Roman Walls and the historical centre, just in front of the Royal Gardens in a dominant position and a breathtaking view of the town centre, the hills and the Alps but in one of busiest street in Turin ( Corso Regina Margherita).
Image Courtesy © Beppe Giardino
- Architects: Luciano Pia
- Project: Hollywood house
- Location: Corso Regina Margherita 104, TORINO
- Photography: Beppe Giardino
- PROJECT BEGINNING: 2007
- END OF THE CONSTRUCTION SITE: 2014
- LOT: 1.200 square metre
- GROSS FLOOR AREA: 3.000 square metre
- TERRACES: 400 square metre
Saturday, May 30th, 2015
Article source: 3ndy Studio architecture&design
“Steel House“ is a custom-made space designed to satisfy the client’s dreams: it’s a luxurious villa set in the venetian countryside, that combine together wellness, aesthetic and functionality. The aesthetic aspect well dialogues with the environment, drawing light shapes and bright spaces relating with the outdoor. The building has only one level which faces the garden and the swimming pool. The large windows let light and air come into the building and let people live in continuity both internal and external places during summertime. The porch holds an external living room with a fireplace, for barbeque and party moments.
Image Courtesy © Alessandro Lazzari
- Architects: 3ndy Studio architecture&design
- Project: STEELHOUSE
- Location: Fossò, Venice, Italy
- Photography: Alessandro Lazzari
- Software used: Archicad
- Years of building: 2009-2010
Friday, May 29th, 2015
Article source: Burnazzi Feltrin Architetti and Paolo Pegoretti Architetto
The BL single family house is located in the northern part of the municipality of Pergine, on a mainly flat ground. From the area one can enjoy a beautiful view of the castle and the parish church of Pergine, of the Brenta chain and other low mountains, the amount of sun is ideal all year round, allowed, as it is, by the mountain silhouette and the surrounding buildings.
Image Courtesy © Carlo Baroni
- Architects: Burnazzi Feltrin Architetti and Paolo Pegoretti Architetto
- Project: BL single family house
- Location: via A. Rosmini 13, 38122 Trento, Italia and via E. Maoro 1/a, 38057 Pergine Valsugana (TN), Italia
- Photography: Carlo Baroni
- Team: Burnazzi Feltrin Architects (Burnazzi Elisa arch., Feltrin Davide arch.) and Pegoretti Paolo arch.
- Project – studies: 2011
- Completion: 2014
- Collaborators: Silvia Capelli architect and Michela Corn.
- Works Supervisor (direttore dei lavori): Paolo Pegoretti architect
Thursday, May 28th, 2015
Article source: Carlo Berarducci Architecture
The project for a Japanese restaurant in Rome is inspired by the walkways in the forest bordered by the succession of black and glossy orange-red wooden portals, which lead to the temples of Fushimi Inari in Kyoto, of which reproduces colors and suggestions. “One of the most beautiful things in the world that I could not bring to mind the time when an opportunity was given to remake the interiors of my favorite Japanese restaurant in Rome”.
Image Courtesy © Carlo Berarducci Architecture
Tuesday, May 19th, 2015
Article source: Squint/Opera
Squint/Opera recently completed a collaboration with artist Wolfgang Buttress to create a series of digital installations and integrated graphic applications for the UK pavilion at the Milan Expo 2015, Italy, which opened 1 May. The behaviour and living environment of bees, and the important role they play as part of the global ecosystem, are at the heart of this spectacular pavilion.
Image Courtesy © Squint/Opera
- Architects: Squint/Opera
- Project: UK Pavilion in Milan
- Location: Milan, Italy
Saturday, May 16th, 2015
Article source: Arch. Gianluca Gelmini
Torre del Borgo is one of the most famous fortified buildings in the history of Bergamo. The powerful and accurate quality of the medieval walls, the integrity of the fortified structure, the central position in the village, give to this artifact the most complete sense of monument. The restoration project has dealt with different aspects that conditioned the conservation, the use and the valorisation of the building: the structural instability of the walls and floors, the lack of an adequate system of connection between plans, the total absence of plant networks, degradation and precariousness of internal and external stone facings, lack of windows and adequate interior finishes, on floors and walls. The entire work has developed pursuing a dual purpose, first identifying solutions to the problems of degradation, second offering an architectonic and functional reinterpretation of the building.The project is designed to be made into two functional lots of action: with the completion of Lot 1, are now fully accessible the four halls of the central tower and the spaces of the new building C intended to services and distribution. Important intervention is certainly the inclusion of the new system of ramps and walkways, made entirely with an iron structure, which is articulated between the spaces of the central tower and the new building, connecting the various levels of the complex. Lot 2 will include the redevelopment of public space in Piazza del Borgo with the creation of a large area covered and protected to the road, in direct continuity with the new pavement of the square. With the completion of the restoration project, Torre del Borgo will be able to accommodate the Public Library of Villa d’Adda.
Image Courtesy © Gianluca Gelmini
- Architects: Arch. Gianluca Gelmini
- Project: TORRE DEL BORGO
- Location: Via del Borgo, Villa d’Adda (Bergamo), Italy
- YEAR: 2012-2015
- COLLABORATORS: Andrea Pressiani
- DRAWINGS: Andrea Pressiani
- AREA (Crypt poject): 200 mq
Thursday, May 14th, 2015
Article source: SoNo Arhitekti
SoNo architects unites a new young generation of Slovenian architects to create a modern, high-quality architecture that is emerging as a mix of architectural theory, study and research of the sites’ locations, innovation and testing of new materials and construction methods.
Image Courtesy © SoNo Arhitekti
- Architects: SoNo Arhitekti
- Project: SLOVENIAN PAVILION
- Location: EXPO 2015 Milan, Italy
- Authors: Edvard Blažko architect, Marko Volk architect, Nina Tešanović architect, Nejc Batistič architect, Samo Radinja architect, Matija Kocbek art director, Tomaž Bavdež landscape designer
- Civil engineer: CBD
- Mechanical engineer: Biro ES
- Building Area: 800 sqm
- Lot Area: 1910 sqm
- Year of the project: 2014
Thursday, May 14th, 2015
Article source: Claudio Silvestrin Architects
Claudio Silvestrin’s bou2q1tique design for GIADA is an image of contemporary, yet timeless architecture, where the ancient and the modern embrace one another in a calm and elegant space, giving full expression to GIADA fashion.
Image Courtesy © Karla Otto
- Architects: Claudio Silvestrin Architects
- Project: GIADA stores
- Location: Milan, Italy
- Photography: James Morris, Karla Otto
- Project manager/quantity surveyor/contract administrator: Garilab associati
- Structural engineer: Garilab associati
- Building services engineer/m&e: ESA Engineering
- Areas in sqm:
- Ground floor: 53 sqm
- Second Floor: 155 sqm
Monday, May 11th, 2015
Article source: archMaDe | Massimiliano Dell’Olivo architetto
I have always seen in the community life of bees an urban instruction; something that is very close to the motto \”unity is strength\”.
A Bienenhaus is also this: a macro-structure can accommodate more living cells.
The teaching must have come from the comb itself in those early beekeepers who decided to protect their hives in these small buildings.
Image Courtesy © archMaDe | Massimiliano Dell’Olivo architetto