Posts Tagged ‘Italy’
Saturday, June 18th, 2016
Article source: Nemo Monti
Piuarch won the invited competition to build the new Latteria Sociale Valtellina.
The competition, called by the Latteria Sociale Valtellina S.C.A. cooperative dairy, was aimed at renovating the old building, adding a new space to incorporate a sales outlet, restaurant, conference room and a small museum.
Image Courtesy © Nemo Monti
- Architects: Nemo Monti
- Project: Latteria Sociale Valtellina cooperative dairy
- Location: Sondrio, Italy
Saturday, June 18th, 2016
Article source: Manuel Benedikter Architekt
The customer need was to build a house with low energy consumption, Arch. Manuel Benedikter has decided to build a house that follow the CasaClima standard to achieve a very high performance.
To realize the project, it started from the analysis of climate data of the site.
Image Courtesy © Manuel Benedikter Architekt
- Architects: Manuel Benedikter Architekt
- Project: Ca’ Balzi
- Location: Zambla Bassa (BG), Italy
- Collaborator: Arch. Federico Compagnino, Arch. Simone Cordara
- Year: 2012
Thursday, June 16th, 2016
Article source: studioeuropa
The 19th century building rests on a hill in Crucoli, a small Italian hilltown above the Ionic Sea. The old quarry stone house is squeezed into the organic urban structure and sits right on the steep edge of the hill. This specific situation provides the house with a terrific view into the Sila mountains and defines the spatial layout. So technical improvements went together with the reorganzation of rooms.
Image Courtesy © studioeuropa
- Architects: studioeuropa
- Project: Ferienhaus
- Location: Crucoli, Italy
Tuesday, June 14th, 2016
Article source: Bergmeisterwolf architekten
The hotel is located at an intersection of the city, an intersection of interior and exterior, tradition and modernism. the features and characteristics of the city were incorporated into the design. the idea was to segment a compact structure floor by floor in order to let enough light in. courtyards of light become an element that is played with. the floors were shifted horizontally, so as to achieve an open and yet compact structure. space is split up into drawers; mirroring the old town’s vertical sectors, here horizontally. the façade is unbroken – solely two windows to the city offer a glimpse of the space on the interior, which is projected outwards, generating public space. the protrusions appear to be oriels, eversions of the façade. light comes in through the courtyards, halls, rooms, and open spaces; well-lit intimacy.
Image Courtesy © juergen eheim
- Architects: Bergmeisterwolf architekten
- Project: Hotel pupp
- Location: Bressanone Bolzano, Italy
- Photography: Guenter richard wett, Juergen eheim
Saturday, June 11th, 2016
Article source: monovolume architecture+design
The Hotel Burgund is located in Parcines and consists of a main building in traditional style with a gable roof and a modern building with large terraces and flat roof, which was built in 2006.
The project is now planning to adapt the traditional the modern one.
Image Courtesy © monovolume architecture+design
Saturday, June 4th, 2016
Article source: Flore & Venezia
Thanks to the possibility to work on the reuse of an old farm, we could reflect about the theme of Mediterranean House.
The old farm was different from the typically character of Puglia’s farm. A principal building in liberty style and many different others, such as garage, barns and storage, composes the farm. The principal villa has just one floor and her façade is a rectangle organised on a vertical axis, so to be perfect symmetrical. To underline decorative parts like windows or the columns of portico, it was used stone. The villa and all the other buildings are organised around small squares.
Image Courtesy © Flore & Venezia
- Architects: Flore & Venezia
- Project: A MEDITERRANEAN HOUSE
- Location: Ostuni, Italy
Thursday, June 2nd, 2016
Article source: Dekleva Gregorič architects
The Museum of Architecture and Design (MAO) presents the project [Home at Arsenale] in the Pavilion of Slovenia at
the 15th International Architecture Exhibition – La Biennale di Venezia. Commissioner Matevž Čelik, director of MAO, appointed as curators for the presentation in Arsenale the internationally acclaimed architects and educators.
A full-scale spatial structure is generated by a site-specific system of wooden bookshelves that reacts to the given space in Arsenale and home activities in order to be inhabited by the curated books, Image Courtesy © Dekleva Gregorič architects
- Architects: Dekleva Gregorič architects
- Project: Home at Arsenale
- Location: Venice, Italy
- Project team: Aljoša Dekleva, Tina Gregorič, Silvia Susanna, Lea Kovič, Martina Marčan, Naia Sinde, Vid Zabel
- Graphic design and visual identity: Ajda Schmidt
- Technical support: Branko Filipič with Jernej Čopi, Domen Japelj, Filip Kocjančič, Rok Malešič – RPS, Jože Komidar and Miha Šraj – Gredin Les, Matjaž Mavsar – Arcadia, Luka Pavlovčič – Konzola
- Commissioner: Matevž Čelik
- Curators: Aljoša Dekleva, Tina Gregorič
- Commissioner’s assistant: Nikola Pongrac
- Curatorial assistant: Silvia Susanna
Thursday, May 26th, 2016
Article source: bargone architetti associati
The multifunctional cultural complex (CEM), with a contemporary and sculptural identity, is located on the Maggiore Lake coast.
The architectural complex hosts a wide entrance foyer for cultural events and art exhibitions, a theatre for 500 people and a 200 one, service and ancillary spaces, offices, a rehearsal theatre, a restaurant and a cafe. The building is located right at the San Bernardino river estuary, near the historical Villa Maioni and behind the local Civic Library. The external landscape is sculptured with a system of descending bleachers allowing a breathtaking panoramic view of the lake and the surrounding Italian Alps.
Image Courtesy © bargone architetti associati
- Architects: bargone architetti associati
- Project: Verbania Cultural Centre and Theater
- Location: Verbania (VB), Italy
- Client: City of Verbania
- Construction Cost: 13.600.000,00 euro
- Area: 5.000 mq + 5ha
- Volume: 25.000 mc
- Design: 2010-2012
- Realization: 2013-2015
Sunday, May 22nd, 2016
Article source: Rizoma Architetture
Birraria Giori is located in the centre of Ferrara at the feet of the Este Castle. Its prime location meant that it was very important to take into consideration the historical surroundings. The design was based on the principle objective of restoring the front of the bar which is part of series of arches facing the town hall, know as the “covered way”, part of the Vice-Legato palace dating back to 1877. The primary aim of the project was to “clean up” the original structure or design, stripping off the numerous additions and modifications from over the years to reveal the original form and materiality of the arch, and to provide continuation with the rest of the walkway. The gazebo remains intact, and the windows and a new second ceiling are designed around a motif that reflects the famous lantern which burns at the foot of the Este Castle. The interiors are characterised by the use of wood and stone, the shades of the plaster and the tones of the interior reflect the the equilibrium between the old and the modern. The triangular facets of the new bench seating and also the ceiling, decorated with golden flashes, are based on the rustication of the Palazzo dei Diamanti, the most important historical building of Ferrara.
Image Courtesy © Massimo Sciacca Bruno Gallizzi
- Architects: Rizoma Architetture
- Project: Birraria Giori
- Location: Piazza Savonarola, 1, Ferrara, Italy
- Photography: Massimo Sciacca Bruno Gallizzi
- Software used: Rhinoceros and Cinema 4d
- Client: Birraria Giori
- Internal Collaborator: Arch. Lorenzo Antonelli, Arch. Michele Facchini, Arch. Julian Mesa Slooten, Ing. Camilla Gorlandi, Arch. Letizia Perrone
- Engineer: Ing. Fausto Centonze
- Construction company: EdilAlba srl
- Carpenter: TLG Legno srl
- Lighting Design: Touchlight srl
- Sanitary: Ceramica Globo – Alape
- Ceramic surface: Kronos
- Wallpapers and design: Rizoma Architetture
- Area: 90,00 m2
- Year: 2013-2014
Saturday, May 21st, 2016
Article source: noa* network of architecture
The hotel is located in the village of Kastelruth next to the well-known Seiser Alm at approx. 1200 meters above sealevel. The family establishment was enhanced and enlarged with a new wellness area and a new lobby with attached bar and restaurant. 14 spacious suites were added to make the new hotel increased by 1100 square meters.
Image Courtesy © noa* network of architecture