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Crypt of Otranto’s Cathedral in Otranto, Italy by FèRiMa

Wednesday, September 3rd, 2014

Article source: FèRiMa 

The crypt is the most obvious plot between east and west of the Mediterraneus, and enhances the union of the peoples of this sea. Intent in its construction were involved arabian, apulian-lombard stonemasons. The restoration project involved the interior of the crypt as a whole, from the columns to the capitals, to the creation of a new paving stone of Trani above crawl space, the recovery of the existing window frames and doorways, the system micro LED lighting.

Image Courtesy © FèRiMa

Image Courtesy © FèRiMa

  • Architects: FèRiMa
  • Project: Crypt of Otranto’s Cathedral
  • Location: Otranto, Italy
  • Software used: Autodesk,  Autocad 

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A private house on the Alassio hills in Alassio,Italy by Studioata

Tuesday, September 2nd, 2014

Article source: Studioata

Facing the picturesque Gulf of Alassio and located in a bright panoramic view, a nineteenth-century villa includes a ruined and abandoned 35 m2 wide dependence surrounded by a wide terraced park. The latter was destined to be demolished by the client and transformed in a private residence.

Image Courtesy © Beppe Giardino

Image Courtesy © Beppe Giardino

  • Architects: Studioata
  • Project: Studioata
  • Location: Alassio, Italy
  • Photography: Beppe Giardino
  • Client: Private
  • Structures: Galvagno Leoncedis studio associato
  • Contractors: EN.CA. S.n.c, Villanova D’Albenga, Liguria
  • Other trades: Fresia Alluminio Spa Torino (doors and windows); Falegnameria Gianelli (fixed furniture)

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Ristrutturazione e ampliamento in Madesimo, Italy by CONSALEZ ROSSI & ES ARCH

Friday, August 29th, 2014

Article source: Consalez Rossi

The project regards the complete renovation of a detached villa of 400 sqm s and an extension of 160 sqm. The existing building is completely redesigned with the installation of wooden facades with timbered shading systems. From the new-built garages a vertical distribution gets through the entire project and distributes the different (property) units. The new building (160 sqm), originally designed to be constructed with a wooden panel technology (X-lam), has been built with precast concrete panels covered in wood.

Image Courtesy © Marcello Mariana

Image Courtesy © Marcello Mariana

Citadel of Construction in Perugia, Italy by HOFLAB & HOFPRO

Saturday, August 9th, 2014

Article source: HOFLAB & HOFPRO

The headquarters of the unified building institutions of the province of Perugia (Centro Edile per la Sicurezza e la Formazione and Cassa Edile) acts as a connecting element within its very heterogeneous semi-peripheral urban context, both typologically and figuratively. This is characterized by a combination of the macroscopic scale, represented by warehouses and shopping structures, and the microscopic one, represented by detached dwellings.

Image Courtesy ©  Dario Diarena

Image Courtesy © Dario Diarena

  • Architects: HOFLAB & HOFPRO
  • Project: Citadel of Construction
  • Location: Perugia, Italy
  • Photography: Dario Diarena
  • Software used: AutoCAD, and different 3d software products
  • Clients: Cassa Edile della Provincia di Perugia, Centro Edile per la Sicurezza e la Formazione
  • Architect In Charge: HOFLAB (Paolo Belardi, Carl Volckerts), HOFPRO (Alessio Burini), Valeria Menchetelli

Chronology

  • Project: 2007-2009
  • Construction: 2010-2013
  • Construction management: HOFPRO (Alessio Burini), Area Progetto Associati (Marco Balducci), Flu.Project (Mario Lucarelli, Enrico Malà), Drisaldi Associati (Gianni Drisaldi), Siro Ercolani.
  • Artistic direction: HOFLAB (Paolo Belardi, Carl Volckerts)
  • Interior design: HOFLAB (Paolo Belardi, Matteo Scoccia), HOFPRO (Alessio Burini)
  • Structural design: Area Progetto Associati (Marco Balducci, Roberto Regni, Francesco Bartocci)
  • Mechanical services design: Flu.Project (Mario Lucarelli, Enrico Malà)
  • Electrical services design: Drisaldi Associati (Gianni Drisaldi, Gloria Drisaldi)
  • Fire prevention design: Flu.Project (Michele Bartoccini)
  • Safety coordination: Area Progetto Associati (Marco Balducci)
  • Vegetation design: Enrica Bizzarri
  • Project manager: Massimo Marinelli
  • Contractors: Seprim sas, Edilcostruzioni srl
  • Plot area: 6.900 mq ca.
  • Building surface: 7.800 mq ca.
  • Volume: 18.000 mc ca.

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Casa P in Forlì, Italy by AUS Pasini Ranieri

Saturday, August 9th, 2014

Article source: AUS Pasini Ranieri

The quiet Matteotti Village, a suburban residential neighborhood of little one-story houses with a small yard and a kitchen-garden, was planned and implemented in the 1930s with the ominous name of Mussolini Village adopting pseudo-rural typologies and using autarchic materials. Few steps away from House D, implemented by Pasini and Ranieri five years before, House P is extended starting from an identical existing building and in accordance with prescriptive ground figures in the planning codes.

Image Courtesy © AUS Pasini Ranieri

Image Courtesy © AUS Pasini Ranieri

  • Architects: AUS Pasini Ranieri
  • Project: Casa P
  • Location: Forlì, Italy
  • Client: private
  • Implementation: 2008-10
  • Land area:432 sqm
  • Floor area:295 sqm

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Town Houses along the Ronco River in Forlì, Italy by AUS Pasini Ranieri

Saturday, August 9th, 2014

Article source: AUS Pasini Ranieri

The Town Houses along the Ronco River are part of a larger mixed-use development establishing an urban spine. The site is a vacant area in the outskirts of the town on the bank of the Ronco River, elongated from the Via Emilia and a secondary road providing motorized access. A series of irregular sheds stand in disarray along the sides.

Image Courtesy ©  Roberto Pasini, Jean-Paul Maltoni Fotobahn

Image Courtesy © Roberto Pasini, Jean-Paul Maltoni Fotobahn

  • Architects: AUS Pasini Ranieri
  • Project: Town Houses along the Ronco River
  • Location: Forlì, Italy
  • Photography: Roberto Pasini, Jean-Paul Maltoni Fotobahn
  • Client: private
  • Implementation: 2007-11
  • Final design, construction documents and supervision: Roberto Pasini, Andrea Ranieri / master-plan and preliminary design: Roberto Pasini (head), Davide Canali, Andrea Ranieri / graphics: AUS Pasini Ranieri, Pamela Casali, Martina D’Alessandro
  • Land area: 1,100 sqm
  • Floor area: 1,200 sqm

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LOFT in Milan, Italy by MINACCIOLO S.R.L.

Friday, August 1st, 2014

Article source: MINACCIOLO S.R.L.

A metropolitan loft endorsed by Minà & Natural Skin can unveil the expressive potential as well as the reasoning behind the space. The black metal and the cooked wood, merge together to create scenographic environments with a safe sculptural impact. The spaces are open and dynamic and receive much praise – thanks to the flexibility of the possible layouts. The interior gives rise to and articulates intimate and theatrical glimpses, whilst still marrying up the ideal and practical side of an idea of comfort which is truly contemporary. The atmosphere becomes dynamic and aesthetically like days gone by, with unprecedented traces of refined and decisive lines.

Image Courtesy © MINACCIOLO S.R.L.

Image Courtesy © MINACCIOLO S.R.L.

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Libreria Arion Porta di Roma – Interior, product and graphic design in Rome, Italy by Studio Algoritmo

Thursday, July 31st, 2014

Article source: Studio Algoritmo

Arion librerie indipendenti has opened a new, larger store in Rome and that was designed by us from Studio Algoritmo.
The book market is changing radically and it is possible to observe an overlap between the dear, old and materic book and the birth of new technologies for reading. with increasing success.

it follows that we are experiencing a kind of technological and generational turnover (shift) among users.

Image Courtesy © Studio Algoritmo

Image Courtesy © Studio Algoritmo

  • Architects: Studio Algoritmo
  • Project: Libreria Arion Porta di Roma – Interior, product and graphic design
  • Location: Rome, Italy
  • Software used: Autocad and Rhinoceros.

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Cogeco headquarters in Trieste, Italy by Waltritsch a+u

Saturday, July 26th, 2014

Article source: Waltritsch a+u

The City of Trieste is among the world most important port within the coffee trade market. Cogeco is a firm dealing as intermediate between the raw good and the coffee roasting plants. The project consist in the interior renovation of the company siege, underlining the two distinguishing factors which characterize the firm: the worldwide commercial relationships and the fact that Cogeco provides specific knowledge and lab test. These points have been particularly enhanced in the entrance lobby and in the proof and taste laboratory room.

Image Courtesy © Marco Covi

Image Courtesy © Marco Covi

  • Architects: Waltritsch a+u
  • Project: Cogeco headquarters
  • Location: Trieste, Italy
  • Photography: Marco Covi

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TOWER SUITE in Florence, Italy by Luigi Fragola Architects

Friday, July 25th, 2014

Article source: Luigi Fragola Architects

Luigi Fragola Architects, the renovation of an ancient watchtower in the center of Florence: a luxury apartment with breathtaking views over the entire city center.

Image Courtesy © Luigi Fragola Architects

Image Courtesy © Luigi Fragola Architects

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