Posts Tagged ‘Italy’
Friday, July 20th, 2018
Article source: Officina82
The little wooden building was designed starting from the detailed study of rural constructions formerly used as barns or foliage sheds next to chestnut groves.
The proportions, the structural system and construction details have been redesigned into a small building annexed to the main house, maintaining a strong link with the rural architecture of the area and thus a coherent landscaping.
The building is located at 1,000 m a.s.l. in the heart of the Italian Ligurian Alps. The large windows on the southern facade open to a wide horizon leading to the French border. An opening on the northern wall, of the width of a chestnut board, reveals the woods at the border.
Image Courtesy © Officina82
- Architects: Officina82
- Project: Cabanon in Italian Ligurian Alps
- Location: Tuscan Archipelago, Italy
Thursday, July 19th, 2018
Article source: humusstudio
Located in the business center of the city of Milan, the project is part of an extremely important context for the establishment of the turnaround of KKR, an international private equity investment firm with Unicredit and Intesa Sanpaolo, which was established at the end of July and named Pillarstone Italy spa. The “PIAZZA AFFARI” project concerns the redevelopment of an old office space, completely renovated for the headquarters of the new Pillarstone company, completed in 2016. It is about 500 square meters occupied by reception, common break area, offices with more than 30 workstations, two meeting rooms and a large board room. We worked in team with HI LITE next to manage the lighting design project in all offices.
Image Courtesy © humusstudio
- Architects: humusstudio
- Project: Pillarstone Offices
- Location: Milan, Italy
Tuesday, July 17th, 2018
Article source: ARCHITETTURA MATASSONI
To think about different spaces in which to do different activities in different moments of the day is a mechanical mental form inherited by modern industrial culture.
Architecture has to get past and to unhinge this rigid manner to conceive life spaces.
This is the main effort for the renovation of a flat, contained inside an early-seventies block of apartments, despite its small size!
Image Courtesy © ARCHITETTURA MATASSONI
- Architects: ARCHITETTURA MATASSONI
- Project: TLI House
- Location: Arezzo, Tuscany, Italy
- Software used: Autodesk
- Costs: Between 1000 and 1500 €/square meter
- Living Room, kitchen and Dining Room: 42 square meters
- Main Bedroom: 18 Square Meters
- Secondary Bedroom (x2): 9 square meters
- Multifunctional Corridors/Wardrobes: 4,5 square meters
- Laundry: 4 Square Meters
- Bathroom and Service: 7,5 square meters
- Total Usable Surface: 94 square meters
- Year of Completion: 2016
Tuesday, July 17th, 2018
Article source: Stefano Boeri Architetti
The project consists of the structural renovation of the actual Matera Central FAL railway station, (one of the three FAL Bari – Matera stations serving the city) through an aesthetic and functional redevelopment together with technological upgrading of the railway itself.
Image Courtesy © Stefano Boeri Architetti
- Architects: Stefano Boeri Architetti
- Project: Matera Central Fal Station
- Location: Piazza della Visitazione, Matera, Italia
- Planning/Design Team: Arch. Stefano Boeri Arch. Marco Giorgio, Arch. Maddalena Maraffi, Arch. Bogdan Peric, Arch. Elisabetta Zuccala, Arch. Stefano Floris, Arch. Esteban Marquez, Arch. Daniele Barillari, Arch. Agostino Bucci
- Fire fighting Design Systems: Studio Lapacciana
- Administrative Procedures: Arch. Angelo Francione and safety coordination
- Geological and Geotechnical Analysis/Surveys: Apogeo
- Structural Design Assistance: Ing. Ciammarusti
- Structure Design: SCE Project
- Machinery Design: ESA Engineering
Friday, July 13th, 2018
Article source: PIUARCH SRL
A land of infinite differences, of practically irreconcilable cultures, of sea and mountains, plains, lakes, small towns and hamlets unique in the world: this is Italy, and it is precisely its complex physiognomy – an extraordinary group of identities – that inspired the theme of the Italian Pavilion at the 16th edition of the Biennale Architettura 2018. “Arcipelago Italia. Projects for the future of the country’s interior territories” is in fact the theme of curator Mario Cucinella’s project at the famous Venetian kermesse: it contains those places, often far from the nerve centers of production and the increasingly international business districts, where the landscape it is still largely rural and authentic.
Image Courtesy © PIUARCH SRL
- Architects: PIUARCH SRL
- Project: Dairy store Valtellina
- Location: Postalesio, Italy
Monday, July 9th, 2018
Article source: 3C+T CAPOLEI CAVALLI – ARCHITETTI ASSOCIATI
We are in the heart of the historical center of Rome, Rione Monti area, full of craftsmen famous for its traditional streets and near the Colosseum, Trevi Fountain, Piazza Venezia, Fori Imperiali. Ideal to reach all major points of interest.
The structure was created in 2015 by an important project by 3c+t Capolei Cavalli architects; the concept is based on eco and comfort thanks to the study of the microclimate.
Image Courtesy © 3C+T CAPOLEI CAVALLI – ARCHITETTI ASSOCIATI
- Architects: 3C+T CAPOLEI CAVALLI – ARCHITETTI ASSOCIATI
- Project: Stamperie 152
- Location: via Urbana 152,Roma, Italy
- Owner: Navarra Iniziative Immobiliari Srl
- Engineers: A.T. Advanced Technologies Srl
- Artistic Supervisor: Fabrizio Capolei
- Work Supervisor: Gabriele Novembri
- Green project: Marta Fegiz, AG&P
- Light design: Massimiliano Palmieri
- Artwork: Paolo Hermanin
- General Contractor: Italiana Costruzioni SpA
- Year: 2015_2016
Monday, July 9th, 2018
Article source: Lapo Ruffi Architetti / LRA
The project was realised as a replacement of an old greenhouse to accommodate the growing collection of citrus trees during the colder months. Cultivators for passion, the client requested a new service building, a little architecture able to contain a room for tree winter rest and a storage room for agricultural tools but also a space for silence and meditation among the plants. This design reveals the mechanism that simultaneously enchances architecture and nature: the contrast between the artificial character of the former and the organic traits of the latter. The main building material is natural larch wood. The façades are made of rough sawn wooden slats, which are attached to the inner wooden structure along with polycarbonate. The slope of the roof is designed to be a continuation of the façade, maintaining the integrity of the volume. Besides meeting some pragmatic functions the project developed to become a study on transparency and translucency. During the day it becomes translucent while polycarbonate panels diffuse sunlight, and at night, the pavilion become floating sculptural lantern in the hills’ horizon. An architecture capable of preserving the richness and uniqueness of the place while inserting into the landscape a further fragment of landscape, in an effort to bring not only to construct an object but to create an artificial place or landscape.
Image Courtesy © Lapo Ruffi
- Architects: Lapo Ruffi Architetti / LRA
- Project: M Greenhouse
- Location: Pistoia, Italy
- Photography: Lapo Ruffi
- Gross Floor Area: 115 m²
- Design Phase: 06.2015 – 11.2015
- Construction Phase: 12.2015 – 03.2016
Monday, July 9th, 2018
Article source: Studio Svetti Architecture
The Arezzo region of Tuscany has strong cultural and artistic traditions. This house on a hillside north-west of Castiglion Fiorentino has been designed to bring a metropolitan and cosmopolitan feel to the modernisation whilst still retaining the traditions of the area.
Image Courtesy © Francesca Pagliai
- Architects: Studio Svetti Architecture
- Project: Casa B104
- Location: Castiglion Fiorentino, (Ar), Italy
- Photography: Francesca Pagliai
- Assistant: Martina Nocentini Arch. e Francesco Gailli Arch.
- Dimension: 650 mq
- Start Works: February 2013
- Status: Works ended on April 2016
Sunday, July 8th, 2018
Article source: Barozzi Veiga
Located in Brunico, Italian South-Tirol, the Project consists of the extension of the music school, located in the historical villa Casa Ragen. The difficulty of the project laid on configuring an extension that allowed preserving the character of Brunico’s historical centre and also highlighting the majestic presence of Casa Ragen.
Image Courtesy © Simon Menges
- Architects: Barozzi Veiga
- Project: Brunico School of Music
- Location: Brunico, Italy
- Photography: Simon Menges
- Client: Town of Brunico
- Project Leader: Cecilia Rueda
- Project Team: Raquel Corney, Marta Grządziel, Maria Eleonora Maccari, Isaac Mayor, Cristina Porta, Verena Recla, Agnieszka Samsel, Ivanna Sanjuan, Arnau Sastre, Hyekwang Shin, Maria Ubach, Cecilia Vielba
Sunday, July 1st, 2018
Article source: deltastudio
Martina, together with her family, chose the lake, the countryside. Here, among the rows of hazels, they manage the family farming activity. The old farmhouse is renewed, expands, becomes a home, becomes a refuge. Simple and compact, it accepts the needs of a modern life in close contact with nature.
Image Courtesy © Simone Bossi
- Architects: deltastudio
- Project: Martina
- Location: Caprarola (VT) – Italy – 01032
- Photography: Simone Bossi
- Gross Built Area: 145 sqm
- Completion Year: 2018