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Dolomitenblick in Sesto, Italy by Plasma studio

Tuesday, January 22nd, 2013

Article source: Plasma studio

The building is located on a hillside in the Dolomites, at the end of a residential area.

The volume has been developed mainly from its pragmatic functional request to host 6 independent apartments with one common circulation: through a cut that marks the main access and the division of the units the volume is splitted into 2 halves. Besides its functional meaning this incision becomes the main defining element of the building: from the cut at either side a strip unfolds that forms the balustrade of a generous covered balcony and ends into the surrounding topography. Following the steep natural hillside with each floor the strips and the façade jump back.

Image Courtesy Hertha Hurnaus

  • Architects: Plasma studio
  • Project: Dolomitenblick
  • Location: Sexten, Sesto, Italy
  • Project: Residential Building with 6 unitsand undergroung garage
  • Client: Private
  • Size: 1.050m²
  • Completed: Summer 2012
  • Collaboratores: David Preindl, Peter Pichler, Nicoletta Gerevini, Daniela Walder, Maya Shopova
  • Photographer: Hertha Hurnaus

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Beauty Center in Rome, Italy by Arch. Angelo Luigi Tartaglia

Tuesday, January 22nd, 2013

Article source: Arch. Angelo Luigi Tartaglia

It was the will of the Client to make a beauty center with a strong communicative impact, in which the user could immediately receive a message of efficiency, timeliness and sophistication. The container in which we would have to work is within a historic restricted building. The Superintendence has been an obstacle not easily pass. The volume in question is located on the first floor of an extension built in the early decades of the last century, in a noble palace in Rome.

Ground floor reception detail : Image Courtesy ANDREA ZANI

  • Architects: Arch. Angelo Luigi Tartaglia
  • Project: Beauty Center in Rome
  • Location: Rome, Italy
  • Software Used: Auto CAD
  • Photographer: ANDREA ZANI

Sansepolcro Cemetery in Arezzo, Italy by Studio Zermani e Associati

Wednesday, January 16th, 2013

Article source: Studio Zermani e Associati

Sansepolcro, the halfway point between Santiago de Compostela and Jerusalem, and birthplace of Piero della Francesca, is surrounded by the hills on the border between Tuscany and Umbria that the painter transferred into his own pictorial space. Piero often observed the landscape from inside: for him, the background was important, as was the point of view. The extraordinary perspective application of his images imposes the relationship between eye, architecture or monument, and landscape with didactic clarity. The landscape of Sansepolcro is a place recognised as far back as the description given by Pliny: “Beautiful is the aspect of the region: you can imagine it as an immense amphitheatre, such that only nature is able to create.”

Image Courtesy Mauro Davoli

  • Architects:Studio Zermani e Associati
  • Project: Sansepolcro Cemetery
  • Location: Arezzo, Italy
  • Architect: Paolo Zermani with Siro Veri, Mauro Alpini
  • Year: 1997-2012
  • Collaborators: Giovanna Maini, Tomohiro Takao
  • Photos by: Mauro Davoli.

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The Renovation and Reconstruction of the Castle of Novara, Italy by Studio Zermani e Associati

Tuesday, January 15th, 2013

Article source: Studio Zermani e Associati

The project involves the renovation of existing parts on the east and north sides of the Castle and the reconstruction of demolished parts, particularly the west and the south sides and the reconstruction of the tower in the main front on the square that, in historical time, has taken different form and size.

Image Courtesy Mauro Davoli

  • Architects: Studio Zermani e Associati
  • Project: The Renovation and Reconstruction of the Castle of Novara
  • Location: Novara, Italy
  • Year: 2007 – 2012
  • Photographs: Mauro Davoli

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Chapel in The Woods in Parma, Italy by Studio Zermani e Associati

Tuesday, January 15th, 2013

Article source: Studio Zermani e Associati

The project creates a place of prayer closely connected to the existing reality in the historic hilly landscape of the route of the pilgrimage of the Romea road, still marked by the thirteenth-century stone sundial engraved on the wall of the ancient hospitale of Casa Faggi, located nearby.

Image Courtesy Mauro Davoli

  • Architects: Studio Zermani e Associati
  • Project: Chapel in The Woods
  • Location: Parma, Italy
  • Architect: Paolo Zermani, with Eugenio Tessoni
  • Year: 2012
  • Collaborator: Emanuele Ghisi
  • Photos by: Mauro Davoli
  • Software used: Nemetschek Allplan

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Crematory in Parma, Italy by Studio Zermani e Associati

Tuesday, January 15th, 2013

Article source: Studio Zermani e Associati

The new Temple of Cremation in Parma is located north of the Valera Cemetery, between this one and the newly built ring road, approximately one kilometer west of the city.

Image Courtesy Mauro Davoli

  • Architects: Studio Zermani e Associati
  • Project: Crematory in Parma
  • Location: Parma, Italy
  • Architect: Paolo Zermani with Eugenio Tessoni
  • Year: 2006-2009
  • Collaborator: Roberto Panara
  • Photos by: Mauro Davoli

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San Giovanni Church in Perugia, Italy by Studio Zermani e Associati

Sunday, January 13th, 2013

Article source: Studio Zermani e Associati

A fragment of Umbria, a red farmhouse, olive groves, and building speculation contend for the background on which the Franciscan church is to arise that will be seen prevalently from above.

Image Courtesy Mauro Davoli

  • Architects: Studio Zermani e Associati
  • Project: San Giovanni Church
  • Location: Ponte d’Oddi, Perugia, Italy
  • Architect: Paolo Zermani, With Mauro Alpini, Fabio Capanni, Giacomo Pirazzoli, Fabrizio Rossi Prodi.
  • Collaborators: Giovanna Maini, Tomohiro Takao
  • Year: 1997-2007
  • Photos by: Mauro Davoli

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Hall Rowers Moto Guzzi in Province of Lecco, Italy by Act Romegialli Studio Di Architettura

Saturday, January 12th, 2013

Article source: Act Romegialli Studio Di Architettura

The volume is distributed in two separate pavilions, adjacent but with slightly staggered locations  for breaking its total volume.The shape of the buildings is typical of simple construction with a pitched roof, the archetype of the “house.” It’s composed by n.1 deposit for rowing boats n.1 training-room and n.1 multifunctional room.

Image Courtesy Marcello Mariana

  • Architects: Act Romegialli Studio Di Architettura
  • Project: Hall Rowers Moto Guzzi
  • Location: Mandello del Lario, Province of Lecco, Italy
  • Typology: Pavillion for sport activities
  • Design Team: act_romegialli, Gianmatteo Romegialli, Angela Maria Romegialli, Erika Gaggia architects
  • Client: Mandello del  Lario Town Council
  • Area: 330+190 mq
  • Charge: 2010
  • Completion of work: 2011
  • Costs: euro 380.059,48
  • Photo: Marcello Mariana
  • Software used: Vectorworks

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Affordable Housing For Young Families in Tuscany, Italy By Studiostudio Architettiurbanisti

Friday, January 11th, 2013

Article source: Studiostudio Architettiurbanisti

The design of the settlement layout is based on the recognition of landform. The project re-proposes latent settlement rules, yet consolidated, able to recover the structuring capacity of the layout and its landscape value.

Six buildings of 60 m long are arranged in the lot according to a north-south orientation with slightly changes in direction. A wall of dry stone delimits the project on the west side and marks the boundary between the industrial area and the new residential compound on the edge of the Tavola old village.

Image Courtesy Bruno Pelucca

  • Architects: Studiostudio Architettiurbanisti
  • Project: Affordable Housing For Young Families
  • Location:  Prato, Tuscany, Italy
  • Project Team: Elisa Palazzo, Bruno Pelucca
  • Client: Edilizia Pubblica Pratese
  • Net Floor Area: 3.211 m2
  • Volume: 14.044 m3
  • Completed: 2012
  • Photographer: Bruno Pelucca, Margherita Stacchi, Giovanni Fornaciari

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Funeral Chapel in Turin, Italy by Raimondo Guidacci

Tuesday, January 8th, 2013

Article source: Raimondo Guidacci

Planning a funeral chapel means designing a building with a strong symbolic value means dealing not only with the place where it will be placed, but especially with spiritual values. Planning a funeral chapel, is how to design a small monument, a small church. In the design of the chapel to St. George Canavese, all this adds another element represented by the fact that it was to renovate a chapel trying to preserve the existing profile.

Image Courtesy © B.Giardino

  • Architects: Raimondo Guidacci
  • Project: Funeral Chapel
  • Location: San Giorgio Canavese, Turin, Italy
  • Client: The Family Episcopo
  • Supervision: Raymond Guidacci
  • Companies:
    Chestnut, San Giorgio Canavese (building works)
    Avetta, San Giorgio Canavese (wall and floor stone)
    Catella Brothers, Turin (construction vessel in black granite)
  • Dimensional Data: 9 square meters. Surface
  • Photos: Beppe Garden

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