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JO&JOE ROMA Rome, Italy by Rizoma Architetture

Tuesday, May 7th, 2024

Article Source: Jacopo Bernardini Pezzuto

In the middle of the Monti district, inside a former 16th-century monastery, JO&JOE, the innovative brand of Ennismore/Accor, opens its first italian location.

Place Roma
Year 2023
Client Accor/Ennismore
Status Realizzato


Science Forest – Museo della Scienza di Roma, Rome Italy by ADAT Studio

Tuesday, March 26th, 2024

Article Source: Ross Belfer

ADAT Studio competed against 70 international and Italian architecture firms, and presented an innovative design scheme that adheres to the strongest sustainability measures, whilst creating an architectural marvel that will infuse new life and experiences to the evolving Flaminio district of Rome, which is known as an area with examples of modern and historical architecture in Rome, from 1930s rationalist buildings to structures built for the 1960 Olympics that reflect that decade’s urban-planning philosophy to 21st-century award-winning sites.

ADAT Studio’s presentation was approved by a jury consisting of the world’s most prestigious architects and industry experts – including Daniel Libeskind, Benedetta Tagliabue, Fokke Moerel, Alessandro D’Onofrio. The brief was conceived by the Scientific Commission, which is chaired by Nobel Prize-winning Prof. Giorgio Parisi.

Project Credits
Lead Architect: ADAT Studio (Antonio Atripaldi and Andrea Debilio)
With: Luca Galli, Michele Sacchi, Filippo Testa e Laura Zevi
Landscape: P’Arcnouveau
Engineering: WSP
GFA:  19,000-square-meter


Villa on Iseo Lake in Italy by

Wednesday, May 10th, 2023

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The site is located in a picturesque valley in the northern part of Italy, in the Lombard Prealps, somewhere in between the cities of Bergamo and Brescia. This location was chosen specifically in the province of Solto Collina, as it offers the best views of Lake Iseo, mountain landscapes, walnut trees and Franciacorta vineyards. A permanent residence for a large family occupies two floors and a total area of ​​1150 sq.m. on a relief plot of 0.5 hectares. The symbiosis of exterior and interior environment, the harmony of architecture and nature allow you to live consciously. Safety and comfort are expressed in ageless natural materials, personalised layouts, smart engineering systems, minimalistic landscape design and sustainable interior. Snow-white architectural concrete, teak, natural chipped stone and metal serve as facade materials. The unfolding silhouette is achieved with a help of frameless glazing – the roof line creates a single horizon. Airiness is created due to the contrasting combination of glass and wood volumes. The plasticity of the roof (it is slightly curved in the middle) repeats the motifs of the mountain landscape.

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  • Architects:
  • Project: Villa on Iseo Lake
  • Location: Italy


Casa Calipso in Milan, Italy by Degli Esposti Architetti

Monday, May 8th, 2023

Article source: Degli Esposti Architetti

The intervention in question has been designed as a building replacement through the demolition of a building for commercial use, consisting of a basement and an above-ground floor within a lot at Via Leone Tolstoi 87, at the corner of the private road Via Tagiura in Milan. The new building with the same GFA, exclusively for residential use, has 6 above-ground floors each accommodating from 2 to 5 housing units, plus a penthouse and upper penthouse divided into 2 side-by-side duplex units, and a basement for garage use.

Image Courtesy © Maurizio Montagna

  • Architects: Degli Esposti Architetti
  • Project: Casa Calipso
  • Location: Milan, Italy
  • Photography: Maurizio Montagna
  • Site area: 1100 sqm
  • Above ground building floor area: 2500 sqm
  • Underground building floor area: 1000 sqm
  • Storeys: 9 (1 underground, 8 above ground)
  • Buiding length and width: 27 m x 20 m
  • Building height: 26 m
  • Structural design: ing. Fabio Maria Beretta, Lentate sul Seveso (CO)
  • Design of mechanical systems, acoustics: studio termotecncico di Poletti Massimiliano, Treviolo (BG)
  • Electrical systems project: p.i. Stefano Papetti, Levate (BG)
  • Construction supervision: ing. Luca Gafforelli, Foresto Sparso (BG)
  • Security manager: geom. Fulvio Gregori, Foresto Sparso (BG)


Camplus San Pietro in Rome, Italy by Roselli Architetti Associati

Friday, April 21st, 2023

Article source: Roselli Architetti Associati

Camplus San Pietro was a former health facility that has been refurbished by Roselli Architetti Associati in order to allow CEUR Foundation; to manage it as a student residence during the academic year; and as a budget hotel when there are no students. The six-storey building is located next to the Vatican City and hosts a total of 120 guest rooms.

Image Courtesy © Luigi Filetici

  • Architects: Roselli Architetti Associati
  • Project: Camplus San Pietro
  • Location: Rome, Italy
  • Photography: Luigi Filetici, Daniele Molajoli
  • Software used: AutoCAD


New LUISS school building in Rome, Italy by Alvisi Kirimoto and Studio Gemma

Thursday, April 20th, 2023

Article source: Alvisi Kirimoto and Studio Gemma

Close to Villa Ada, in the heart of the Parioli district in Rome, Alvisi Kirimoto with Studio Gemma has designed a new hub surrounded by greenery for the LUISS Guido Carli university campus. The intervention, which completes the university spaces and enhances the surrounding green areas, has involved the demolition of an existing shed, subject to landscape constraints, construction from scratch, and the expansion of an educational building.

The hub, which develops over two levels, for a total area of ​​1.500 sqm, is positioned in the most accessible and picturesque point of the complex landscape, near a small wood located to the south of the lot, the last extension of the park and the campus main square.

Image Courtesy © Marco Cappelletti

  • Architects: Alvisi Kirimoto and Studio Gemma
  • Project: New LUISS school building
  • Location: Rome, Italy
  • Photography: Marco Cappelletti
  • Client: Luiss Libera Università Internazionale Degli Studi Sociali Guido Carli
  • Contractor: Ecofast Sistema Srl
  • Project Team 
    • Alvisi Kirimoto: Vasiliki Maltezaki, Chiara Quadraccia, Daniel Costa Garriga
    • Studio Gemma: Alessandro Speranza, Federica Vola
  • Budget: €5,116.845
  • Gfa: 1.500 Sqm (Buildings)
  • Commissioned: 2019
  • Start Of Construction: 2020
  • Completion: 2022


EX Acetaia in Modena, Italy by LAMBER + LAMBER

Thursday, April 6th, 2023

Article source: LAMBER + LAMBER

LAMBER + LAMBER have complete a creative studio located in Modena, North of Italy. The office are located inside and existing volume once used for the production of the famous “aceto balsamico”. The studio works with a simple and strong concept of the box in the box interior. The offices itself is two storey high which each floor representing a formally different spatial organization. A green spiral staircase made by metal and wooden steps connects the two floors. The other specific element of the office is the entrance conceived as a small public space inside the existing building, acting as a filter between the street and the interior. The ground floor is conceived as an open plan, one continuos space in which the elements of forniture could be freely distributed, one continuous and sinous wall contains all the services (small kitchen, bathrooms, and technical storage). The second floor (private office part) is strictly divided by trasparent walls. The first floor is visually connected to the ground floor trough a narrow double height space enlighted by internal window.

Image Courtesy © Fabio Mantovani

  • Architects: LAMBER + LAMBER
  • Project: EX Acetaia
  • Location: Modena, Italy
  • Photography: Fabio Mantovani


Fieldhouse Sports Hall in Bozen, Italy by MoDusArchitects

Wednesday, April 5th, 2023

Article source: MoDusArchitects

Located in the small town of Laghetti (Egna Municipality, Bolzano) nearby the riverbanks of the Adige river, the building sits at the foothills of Mount Corno whose natural reserve park forms a dramatic backdrop to the sports facility.

Infrastructural in character, Fieldhouse is wedged between a five-a-side football pitch to the north, the existing football field to the west and the steeping terrain to the east.  With its low-lying body that transforms as it moves laterally along the site, Fieldhouse mutates from a retaining wall to a long linear roof to then become a raised groundscape that acts not only as a viewing platform for sporting events, but also as an outdoor venue for social occasions.

Image Courtesy © Gustav Willeit

  • Architects: MoDusArchitects
  • Project: Fieldhouse Sports Hall
  • Location: Bozen, Italy
  • Photography: Gustav Willeit
  • Model: Jürgen Eheim
  • Project Team: Sandy Attia, Matteo Scagnol, Anna Valandro
  • Client: Comune Di Egna
  • Project Area: 430 Sqm
  • Gfa: 1.080 Sqm (Ground Floor 650 Sqm; First Floor, 430 Sqm)
  • Feasibility: Study 2017
  • Completion November: 2022
  • Design Phase: 2018 – 2020
  • Construction Phase: 2021 – 2022



Monday, April 3rd, 2023


Decisive and peremptory lines silhouette geometric volumes, define sharp proportions, and give the project an aura of elegant rationality. Built from scratch in a markedly contemporary style, without concessions to stereotypes or superfluous “special effects”, but rather in harmony with the idea of new minimalism that characterises the ethos of ZDA, Casa Loti expresses and interprets an experience of living that is paradigmatic in this sense: great importance has been given to the role of light, amplified by the use of large windows and sharp angles.

Image Courtesy © Matteo Sturla


Ichi Station Milan in Italy by Masquespacio

Monday, April 3rd, 2023

Article source: Masquespacio

Masquespacio presents the latest project it designed in Milan for sushi take away chain Ichi Station.

Previously Ichi’s founder Yango Zhang developed already a few spaces for his sushi take away chain, although with this new opening he wanted to give major importance to the dine-in experience. The identity previously developed for Ichi’s spaces was inspired by a travel and a station. Thus, hereby Masquespacio proposed to evolve with that identity to a more conceptual one, maintaining its essence, but getting away from literal and traditional travel representations. For this, the Spanish design studio proposed a travel to the future through light.

Image Courtesy © Luis Beltran

  • Architects: Masquespacio
  • Project: Ichi Station Milan
  • Location: Milan, Italy
  • Photography: Luis Beltran
  • Construction Manager: Luca Gobbo
  • Surface: 80 m2
  • Opening: December 2022


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