Article source: CN10 architetti
Restoration of the medieval apse and rennovation of the external area.
The actual building of the former church of San Giuliano is what remains of a large and important settlement already documented in 774 A.D. Together with the Basilica of S. Giulia, it is an important example of early medieval architecture in the territory south of the city of Bergamo. The settlement was born to manage and control the large possessions of the wealthy lombard families. During the XII century it became the site of a female Benedictine monastery, in this period the settlement lived one of its richest and most important moments, in which begin the reconstruction of the church in the Romanesque style.
- Architects: CN10 architetti
- Project: Former Monastery Of San Giuliano
- Location: Bonate sotto (bergamo), Italy
- Photography: Gianluca Gelmini
- Client: Municipality of bonate sotto, private client
- Dimension: 200 mq
- Years: 2005-2016