Posts Tagged ‘Rome’
Monday, December 18th, 2017
Article source: LAD
The “Supreme Sport Village” is a sports center located in Rome, in a suburb called Tor Sapienza, close to the eastern border of the city between Via Collatina and Via Prenestina.
The project is situated in the green spaces along Viale Giorgio Morandi and is placed in the center of the area, therefore the architectural volume works as a filter between the parking lot and the sports fields.
Image Courtesy © LAD
- Architects: LAD
- Project: Supreme Sport Village
- Location: VIALE GIORGIO MORANDI, ROME, ITALY
- Client: TOR SAPIENZA 2008 s.r.l
- Patners In Charge: FRANCESCO NAPOLITANO (ARCHITECTURE), SIMONE LANARO (INTERIOR DESIGN)
- Design Team: MICHELANGELO SABUZI GIULIANI, MARIA CARLA LINI, MARCELLO AMALFITANO
- Design: 2009
- Building: 2016
Wednesday, December 6th, 2017
Article source: ERA – Enrico Realacci Architectures
A building dating back to 1905, near the historical Villa Torlonia in Rome.
Generous spaces and volumes, a classical layout, a large corridor with arches and a large salon.
Everything could stay that way, just a technological plants upgrade and new finishes were needed.
Image Courtesy © Archive E.R.A.
- Architects: ERA – Enrico Realacci Architectures
- Project: The hybrid house
- Location: Rome, Italy
- Photography: Archive E.R.A.
- Software used: Autocad
- Lighting design: E.R.A.
- Area: 300 ㎡
- Completion Year: 2016
Tuesday, July 4th, 2017
Article source: na3 – studio di architettura
The connection is the focus: a continuous, equipped panel in raw iron and wood, thought as double wall, branches out into three spatial axes to thicken the consistency of one of the main building components. Value is conferred to the structure through additional panels that merge, loosen, huddle around, re-open and lastly extend; synchronous, inverted, alternate, they embody, unveil and gather the intimacy of this home: the panels are diaphanous to see, glimpse, conceal, discover, double: a wardrobe, an entrance, a hall, a large kitchen, a bookcase.
Image Courtesy © na3 – studio di architettura
Friday, March 3rd, 2017
Article source: Archimeccanica
The project of the Technological Park, connected with the National Deposit for nuclear waste, is born from the idea to transform the host territory into a highly attractive area with a great technological significance, characterized by a high-quality architecture and city planning. The intervention is planned to integrate itself into the existing context of the ecosystem and the landscape, and to contribute to the requalification and the socio-economic development of the territory. The district of the park (an area of 40 hectares) is characterized by two main systems: the system of the constructed (primary and secondary urbanisation, constructed volumes, buildings, practicability, parking lots, open areas, paths, squares, power station to produce biogas) and the system of the open spaces (ecosystem of agricultural matrix, energetic plantations, tree-lined rows and basin for phytopurification). The two systems are in a dialogue with each other and integrate themselves both from a schematic and formal and a functional point of view. The composite model based on a circular form is applied in diverse scales: it refers both to the individual building and to the entire establishment. The circumference represents the permeable limit that allows the Technological Park to interact with the surroundings, through exchanges of energy and matter, like a cellular membrane. The cycle of water, energy and waste are fundamental references for developing the relation between park and surrounding territory and for developing its design within the space.
Image Courtesy © Archimeccanica
- Architects: Archimeccanica
- Project: Technological Park
- Location: Rome, Italy
Thursday, January 5th, 2017
Article source: DesignAgency
Generator Rome is only a short walk from the Colosseum and Termini Station, in the Esquilino neighbourhood – one of the oldest areas in the city. The property reinvigorates an elegant 20th century residence on Via Principe Amedeo. Its surroundings include cinematic streetscapes, leading to picturesque squares, churches, parks and a vast array of bars, cafés and pizzerias, as well as authentic local markets.
DesignAgency took its inspiration from the distinctive flavours of this diverse and historic neighbourhood, as well as the Italian culture and the Roman trade routes that have left their marks on this area to create a vibrant and welcoming environment with subtle ethnic flair.
Image Courtesy © Mans Berg
- Architects: DesignAgency
- Project: Generator Rome
- Location: Via Principe Amedeo, 257, 00185 Rome, Italy
- Photography: Mans Berg
- Owner: Generator / Patron Capital
- Local Project Architect: L22, Milan
- Lighting Designer: artec3 studio
- Room Rates: starting at €20
- Launch Date: August 2016
Tuesday, August 2nd, 2016
Article source: JGCH Javier Galindo
The Motorino Checkpoint proposal is efficiently rigorous as well as conceptually poetic and playful. It not only reflects the demands of the program but it is also engages in a dialogue with its context and while doing so, hopes to convey the fun and playful aspects of riding a motorino in Rome.
Image Courtesy © JGCH Javier Galindo
- Architects: JGCH Javier Galindo
- Project: Motorino Checkpoint
- Location: Rome, Italy
- Status: Competition
Wednesday, July 27th, 2016
Article source: Studio Fuksas
A new architecture redefines the urban landscape of Rome historic centre according to contemporary taste. It’s the steel and glass «Lantern» of the “Ex Unione Militare” building, situated between Via del Corso and Via Tomacelli, that crosses the four floors of the building from the ground-floor up to the panoramic terrace with a view of the dome of the Basilica of Saint Ambrose and Carlo al Corso.
Image Courtesy © ORCH
- Architects: Studio Fuksas (Massimiliano and Doriana Fuksas)
- Project: Refurbishment of the Ex “Unione Militare” building
- Location: Rome, at the corner between Via del Corso and Via Tomacelli, Italy
- Photography: Gianni Basso and ORCH
- General Contractor: CEV SpA – Costruzioni Edilizie Vendramin
- Engineering: Tecnobrevetti srl, Esa engineering
- “Lantern” Structure: Sthalbau Pichler
- Lighting: Speirs & Major Associates
- Area: 6.116 sq.m, 4 floors
- Period: 2008 – 2013
Wednesday, June 1st, 2016
Article source: Mohamed Keilani Architects
The apartment, located in one of the most historic areas of Rome, is on the third floor of a small building near Via Giulia in Rome. The design was based from the beginning on the valorization of the hall, the wooden beams, brick walls, characteristic features of Roman history, that had been hidden by the various processes that have occurred over the years. I have discover them and combined with the use of natural and warm materials, with a stylish contemporary furniture and with a particular lighting design which was specially developed with the Lebanese society PSLAB. The custom furniture is another important skill in the project, I wanted as much as possible to disguise everyday objects (dining table, chairs or TV using a special mirror designed specifically for the client) in order to make it more minimal space, a Roman antique container adequate for contemporary furnishings, a neon sign and artwork including point out the abstract sculpture of Keilani Salah and \”Studio sul movimento\” by Danilo Bucchi.
Image Courtesy © Mohamed Keilani Architects
Friday, March 25th, 2016
Article source: STUDIO FUKSAS
The structure will be built in a strategic area of the historic quarter EUR on a 55,000-square-meter built surface.
The design concept is briefly explained by three images: the “Theca”, the “Cloud” and the “blade” of the Hotel.
The “Theca”, longitudinally oriented, is the container, with steel structure and glass double-façade, that encloses the Cloud.
Image Courtesy © MorenoMaggi
- Architects: STUDIO FUKSAS – Massimiliano and Doriana Fuksas
- Project: EUR NEW CONGRESS CENTRE AND HOTEL
- Location: Rome, Italy
- Photography: Colarossi, Paolo Ridolfi, Archivio Fuksas, MorenoMaggi, Giacomo Famà, Fabio Lovino
- Client: Eur Spa
- Interior Design: Fuksas Design
- Height 39 M ( From The Underground Level 48 Mt)
- Width 70 M
- Lenght 175 M
- Outer And Transversal Façades: Stratified Extra-Bright Glass And Stratified Lamellar Extra-Bright Glass
- Inner Façades: Double Gazing With Solar Factor Cellular System And Double Gazing With Solar Factor Rei Cellular System
- Outer Façades: 16,075 Sq.M.
- Outer Longitudinal Façades: 13,880 Sq.M. (6,9420×2)
- Outer Transversal Façades: 2,195 Sq.M. (1,301 Via Colombo And 894 Viale Shakespeare)
- Roof (11,000 Sq.M.): Glass With Solar Factor And 3,000 Sq.M. Panels With Mono crystalline photo voltaics
- Inner Flooring: Travertine
- Forum: 7,500 Sq.M. (Public Square)
- Structure: Metallic
- Coating: Microperforatedatex® 2000 Trl Sheet
- Flooring: Industrial Parquet
- Auditorium: 1,850 Seats
- Bar And Foyer: 450 Sq.M. (more…)
Saturday, December 12th, 2015
Article source: Manuela Tognoli Architettura
Portuense 201 is a cultural and creative district, based in an old farmer area built around 1910, behind the Trastevere Station, in the ex industrial area of Rome.
Image Courtesy © Manuela Tognoli
- Architects: Manuela Tognoli Architettura
- Project: PORTUENSE 201
- Location: Rome, Italy
- Photography: Manuela Tognoli
- Client: Private
- Program: Cultural district and offices
- Area: 550 mq + 290 mq outdoor
- Year: 2012 – 2014