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Wohnzimmer in Bolzano, Italy by noa* (network of architecture)

Monday, June 4th, 2018

Article source: noa* (network of architecture) 

noa* (network of architecture) converted four existing dwellings into new apartments, characterized particularly by the interplay of old and new. “Very stylish apartment in a very central location where you can feel at home.”- guest from Switzerland (

Image Courtesy © Alex Filz


Restaurant Vögele in Bolzano, Italy by noa* – network of architecture

Thursday, May 31st, 2018

Article source: noa* – network of architecture

Artist, host city personality, life artist, original, jack of all trades: This is Karl Kamaun. noa* (network of architecture) designed the new dining area of the traditional “Vögele” restaurant in the middle of the historic center of Bolzano.

Image Courtesy © noa* – network of architecture


Italia & Amore Restaurant Market Wine Shop in Bolzano by ROLAND BALDI ARCHITEKT

Thursday, March 22nd, 2018


In the hearth of the city in Bozen, in an 18th century building, the first restaurant, market and wine house of the international brand italia&amore, opened its doors.

The office of Roland Baldi Architects has been commissioned with the structural and creative implementation of the company concept, which stands for natural, authentic, Italian quality food, that are produced according to ancient traditions by small producers.

Image Courtesy © T. Sorvillo / L. Guadagnini

  • Project: Italia & Amore Restaurant Market Wine Shop
  • Location: Bolzano, Italy
  • Photography: T. Sorvillo / L. Guadagnini
  • Software used: Autocad, SketchUp, Adobe
  • Client: italia & amore Gastro Srl
  • Collaborators: Arch. Sila Giriftinoglu, Arch. Harald Kofler
  • Interior Design: Roland Baldi architects, Gruppe Gut, Heike Linster
  • Construction Management: Roland Baldi architects


The new lunch room of \”Ex-GIL\” in Bolzano, Italy by ROLAND BALDI ARCHITEKT

Thursday, February 15th, 2018


The project is located within the headquarter of Eurac Research Center on Druso Avenue in Bozen, known as “ex-GIL”. The structure was designed by architects Mansutti and Miozzo, and was constructed in the years 1934 to 1936 in order to accommodate youth females enrolled in GIL (Gioventù Italiana del Littorio). Following the war, the building, renamed “Ex-GIL”, was used for different purposes, from supermarket to pornographic cinema, and was abandoned over time to a slow degradation. In 1995 an international architectural competition for the transformation of the ensemble into the new headquarters for Eurac Research was announced. The jury decided unanimously for the design of Graz-based architect Klaus Kada, who integrated the building which is under the protection of cultural assets with modern rational and transparent glass intersections.

foto: Oskar Da Riz

  • Project: The new lunch room of \”Ex-GIL\”
  • Location: Bolzano, Italy
  • Photography: Oskar Da Riz
  • Client: Eurac research
  • Architectural design: Roland Baldi architects with arch. Elena Casati
  • Acoustic: Arch. Christina Niederstätter
  • Structural engineering: Ing. Andreas Erlacher


Haus S in Bolzano, Italy by bergmeisterwolf architekten

Tuesday, June 6th, 2017

Article source: bergmeisterwolf architekten 

five vacation apartments, connected by the base (garage), are twisted around a shared courtyard. house s aims to be one with the site, the landscape, and the village. following the houses of the neighborhood, the traditional materials of stone and wood are used: natural stone for the base and quartered logs for the façade. the house, placed on an incline, follows local topography only breaking at edges in the terrain. the house outgrows and yet grows into the landscape at the same time – a twist. the house’s position along a street results in a sort of yard in the back part with a vista towards a clearing – a natural recreation area. the upper part of the building, made of wood, lies on the stone base. its height and movement complies with the surrounding rooftops. however, it allows for free vistas between the rooftops of the neighboring houses, revealing wide-open views of the landscape. the result is a sort of movement, a dynamic that includes the neighboring houses without them being the main focus.

Image Courtesy © bergmeisterwolf architekten


The Mirror Houses in Bolzano, Italy by Peter Pichler Architecture

Friday, April 14th, 2017

Article source: Peter Pichler Architecture

The Mirror Houses are a pair of holiday homes, set in the marvellous surroundings of the South Tyrolean Dolomites, amidst a beautiful scenery of appletrees, just outside the city of Bolzano. They were designed by architect Peter Pichler.

The Mirror houses offer a unique chance to spend a beautiful vacation surrounded by contemporary architecture of the highest standards and the most astonishing Landscape and beauty nature has to offer.

Mirror Houses front day, Image Courtesy © Oskar Da Riz

  • Architects: Peter Pichler Architecture
  • Project: The Mirror Houses
  • Location: Bolzano, Italy
  • Photography: Oskar Da Riz and Nicolò Degiorgis
  • Client: Angela Sabine Staffler
  • Status: Built


Expansion of the Stadio Druso in Bolzano, Italy by gmp Architekten von Gerkan, Marg und Partner

Thursday, June 30th, 2016

Article source: gmp Architekten von Gerkan, Marg und Partner

The trend toward dedicated soccer stadiums is also finding acceptance in smaller, previously multifunctional venues. As in the larger arenas, stands bordering directly on the playing field – without a gap formed by a track – create a tighter atmosphere even on a smaller scale and, with today’s demand for differentiated spaces, also represent considerable economic benefits for operators. The reason for the redesign of the municipal Stadio Druso in Bolzano is to further FC Südtirol’s efforts to comply with the Italian Serie B standards.

Perspective forecourt, Image Courtesy © gmp

Perspective forecourt, Image Courtesy © gmp

  • Architects: gmp Architekten von Gerkan, Marg und Partner
  • Project: Expansion of the Stadio Druso
  • Location: Bolzano, Italy
  • Client: Municipality of Bolzano / Comune di Bolzano
  • Design: Meinhard von Gerkan and Stephan Schütz
  • Project leader: competition Ralf Sieber
  • Competition team: Sebastian Pohle, Elsa Tang
  • Project leader, implementation: Ralf Sieber
  • Implementation team: Luisa Manago, Jan Peter Deml
  • In a consortium with: Dejaco + Partner


House Glauber in Bolzano, Italy by Manuel Benedikter Architekt

Tuesday, June 28th, 2016

Article source: Manuel Benedikter Architekt

The Kofler building in Bolzano dates back to 1746, the object of the intervention was built shortly after the main house dates back to 1749. This part of the building has been used as orangery, at the time in Bolzano were grown tropical fruits and the city it was famous for the cultivation of pineapple.

Around the year 1925 the orangery has been converted into a house. As a curiosity it is reported that in 1769 Kofler building hosted for a few days Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart.

Image Courtesy © Manuel Benedikter Architekt

Image Courtesy © Manuel Benedikter Architekt


  • Architects: Manuel Benedikter Architekt
  • Project: House Glauber
  • Location: Bolzano, Italy
  • Collaborator: Arch. Daniela Wendlandt
  • Year: 2006-2007


Concorso EURAC in Bolzano, Italy by Gianluca Milesi Architecture

Sunday, March 13th, 2016

Article source: Gianluca Milesi Architecture

“The shape of mind (synapses) creates unexpected perspectives on sites: architecture is not the perfection of the experience (wisdom) or just a representation, but is the capability to produce images, the virtue of a person who learned to imagine and to push his or her imagination further”.

Image Courtesy © Gianluca Milesi Architecture

Image Courtesy © Gianluca Milesi Architecture


Corpus Intra Muros in Bruneck, Bolzano, Italy by Stefan Hitthaler Architekturbüro

Tuesday, August 4th, 2015

Article source: Stefan Hitthaler

Spaces and objects contain within them the presence of human beings. Human bodies imprint themselves on the very walls between which they live and along which they walk. Landscape can thus be read as a topography of invisible layers left behind by humans.

Image Courtesy © Christof Theurer

Image Courtesy © Christof Theurer

  • Architects: Stefan Hitthaler
  • Project: Corpus Intra Muros
  • Location: Bruneck, Bolzano, Italy
  • Photography: Christof Theurer
  • Year: July 2014


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