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Daruma Sushi restaurants in Rome, Italy by Mr. Antonio Rizzo

Wednesday, November 26th, 2014

Article source: Mr. Antonio Rizzo

Daruma Sushi © is an Italian leading company in the production, distribution and sale of fresh daily sushi.

Daruma Sushi has become the benchmark for sushi lovers  with their 8 stores, including restaurants and takeaways and a 300 square meters production area.

For their restaurants they have chosen the Mezza luna pendant lightings by the italian lighting Company In-es.artdesign ( The colors palette and the style of the suspended light fixtures reflect the brand identity of Daruma Sushi.

Image Courtesy © In-es.artdesign

Image Courtesy © Mr. Antonio Rizzo

  • Architects: Mr. Antonio Rizzo
  • Project: Daruma Sushi restaurants
  • Location: Rome, Italy
  • Year: 2011-2014
  • Lighting product: Mezza luna by In-es.artdesign


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.


Office Loft in Rome, Italy by Carola Vannini Architecture

Friday, April 18th, 2014

Article source: Carola Vannini Architecture

A Roman ancient market’s storage place has been transformed into a modern work space.

The project’s purpose is to create a strong contrast between the ancient existing structure and the new interior architecture.

The difference between the two functions (storage space during the past centuries and creative space today) has suggested two parallel design approaches: on one hand the intention of preserving the original building’s characteristics and, on the other hand, the need of inserting new and recognizable elements.

Image Courtesy © Carola Vannini Architecture

  • Architects: Carola Vannini Architecture
  • Project: Office Loft
  • Location: Rome, Italy
  • Client: private
  • Date: 2006
  • Surface: 90sm
  • Price: 110.000 euros

Olgiata Sporting Club in Rome, Italy by Laboratorio di Architettura e Design

Friday, February 14th, 2014

Article source: Laboratorio di Architettura e Design

We made: \”Olgiata Sporting Club\”, a sport center located in a woods at the border of Rome, Italy.

Image Courtesy © Laboratorio di Architettura e Design


House of Dust in Rome, Italy by Antonino Cardillo architect

Tuesday, August 20th, 2013

Article source: Antonino Cardillo architect 

In this house classical orders and proportions celebrate dust. The golden section divides the sides of the living room: a light grey base supports a ceiling of rustic plaster of the colour of the bare earth. Craving for primordial caverns, for Renaissance grotesques, for nymphaeums in Doria Pamphilj, for faintly Liberty façades in the streets off Via Veneto.

Image Courtesy © Antonino Cardillo

  • Architects: Antonino Cardillo architect
  • Project: House of Dust
  • Location: Rome, Italy
  • Photography: Antonino Cardillo
  • Client: Massimiliano Beffa
  • Date: September 2012 – March 2013
  • Surface: 100 square metres – 1,076 square feet
  • Software used: Past


Saturday, August 3rd, 2013


In the heart of the Parioli neighborhood in Rome, we are bringing to completion the project for a luxury oriental day-spa, contained within a wood volume suspended and projecting over the street. A small traditional pre-existing two-floor villa without special quality has been completely transformed in a contemporary key throught simple but strong transformations.


  • Location: Rome, Italy
  • PROJECT DATE: 2006, 2011
  • CLIENT: KAMI SPA Srl  Rome, Bangkok
  • DESIGN TEAM: Tommaso Marchioni, Davide Marchetti, Rossella Lanari, Gino Altobelli
  • Software used: Autocad and 3dstudio max

KOOK Restaurant in Rome, Italy by Noses Architects

Saturday, July 27th, 2013

Article source: Noses Architects

The young firm Noses Architects completed their ‘mission architecture’ for the Kook eating house project in Rome: it meant creating a place that enhanced the perception of the senses without going overboard. The designers say: “The project trusted in cold concrete, heated by the warm wood and custom furnishing full of memories and, perhaps, until recently, bearing witness to intimate family scenes. Today’s and yesterday’s threads meet in the architecture and in the cuisine.

Image Courtesy © FILIPPO VINARDI

  • Architects: Noses Architects
  • Project: KOOK Restaurant
  • Location: Rome, Italy
  • Photography: FILIPPO VINARDI

Civic Offices Campidoglio 2 in Rome, Italy by Mario Cucinella Architects Srl

Sunday, June 30th, 2013

Article source:  Mario Cucinella Architects Srl

Winner of the international competition organized by the city of Rome to design the new city hall, the public building occupies an area of 110,000 square meters. The project reorganizes and rationalizes the localization of the municipal offices in the Capital and the entire urban area in which they are inserted.

Image Courtesy © Stack Studio

  • Architects: Mario Cucinella Architects Srl
  • Project: Civic Offices Campidoglio 2
  • Location: Rome, Italy
  • Photography: Stack Studio
  • Team: Mario Cucinella, Elizabeth Francis, Stefano Massa (architect in charge), Alessandro Gazzoni, Dora Giunco, Hyun Seok Kim, Antonella Maggiore
  • Coordination engineering: Studio Altieri Spa      
  • In collaboration with: Land Srl landscape architects, TiFS Ingegneria Srl, SVEI Spa, Studio FOA, Ing, Franco Mola, Centostazioni Spa, Ing. Alessandra Focaracci,  Dott. Mara Memo 
  • Year: 2007
  • Client: Comune di Roma
  • Surface area: 110.000 mq
  • Budget: 175.000.000 €

Facing Saint Peter in Rome, Italy by arch. Angelo Luigi Tartaglia

Thursday, April 4th, 2013

Article source: arch. Angelo Luigi Tartaglia

Rome – Beyond the glass is Rome, the songs and postcards. There is the atmosphere and the irresistible charm of the capital, is its urban rhythm and then there are the buildings. The context of the setting of this house is the Umbertine quarter of Prati, near the Vatican. The setting planimetric is stiff, typical of the dwellings in this area: entrance, corridor, culminating at the end of the kitchen and the bedroom. In one of these buildings Colavita family lives, better known, especially in the United States, such as “lords of the oil.” “We are a mature couple” – said with a slight smile the owner – and both me and my husband wanted to end up in a home intimate and reassuring that it was neither too much nor too contemporary classic.

View of the living area : Image Courtesy © Gianni Franchellucci 

  • Architects: arch. Angelo Luigi Tartaglia
  • Project: Facing Saint Peter in Rome
  • Location: Rome, Italy
  • Photography: Gianni Franchellucci
  • Software used: AutoCAD and PhotoShop

Right to Energy in Rome, Italy by OBR – Open Building Research

Friday, March 22nd, 2013

Article source: OBR – Open Building Research

In a time when it is our duty to investigate alternative non-oil based energy sources, Smart Grid represents the most sustainable model in environmental, energetic and economic terms. The nodes in the energy grid will be the power stations of the future: intermodal and social centers, in which we will be able to exchange energy and data, and interact socially as if we were in a market, or rather in an energy mall. In these energy malls we will switch from “volumetric” vehicles for long-distance travel short-distance movements (electro assisted and automated individual devices that are an extension to one’s body).

Image courtesy OBR – Open Building Research 

  • Architects: OBR – Open Building Research
  • Project: Right to Energy
  • Location: MAXXI, Roma, Italy
  • Design Manager: Andrea Debilio
  • Project Manager: Michele Renzini
  • Collaborators: Viola Bentivogli, Andrea Casetto, Dario Cavallaro, Benedetta Conte, Maria Lezhnina, Elisa Siffredi, Izabela Sobieraj
  • Consultants: Articolture, Artiva, Bartolomeo Mongiardino, Buro Happold, Liraatvisuals, Microb & Co, Visual Lab
  • Design Year: 2013
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