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Grid Apartment in Rome, Italy by Brain Factory – Architecture & Design

Sunday, February 11th, 2018

Article source: Brain Factory – Architecture & Design 

The renovation of this bright apartment located in the Prati district of Rome represents a perfect blend between the customer needs and the design intentions: in fact, even though it is 80 square meters, it was designed by favoring a displacement of the spaces in favor of a large openspace, environment most lived by homeowners, and reducing to the maximum, but always in line with urban parameters, the sleeping area and the bathrooms. Contextual to a wide architectural requirement, there was a desire to separate the kitchen environment from the living room through a glazed system divided by a regular square mesh grille and with a very industrial aspect: it was made into galvanized iron profiles with micaceous finishing and artisanally assembled on site and completed with stratified glazing. The mood of the apartment prefers the total white combined with the warm tones of the oak parquet floor. On the theme of the grid also plays the espalier of the bedroom: in drawing the wall there are dense parallel wooden profiles that have also the function as shelves that can be placed at various heights. To exalt the pure formal minimalism, there are wall-wire wardrobes and a very linear and rigorous technical lighting.

Image Courtesy © marco marotto

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Brain Factory in Rome, Italy by Brain Factory – Architecture & Design

Friday, February 9th, 2018

Article source: Factory – Architecture & Design 

In the design of an architectural firm, conceived primarily as a workshop of ideas, as a testing laboratory, creativity and attention to detail, we can only expect a review of the classic concept of studio. In fact, BrainFactory is a co-working space, but at the same time it is a 130 sqm apartment located in the center of Rome, fully accessible to the customer. The design choices, the furnishings and the installation of high craftsmanship are completely tangible to the visitor, which can interact with the major innovations in the field of design but also with the brands of leading companies in the industry. As a result of a major interior renovation, the planimetric distribution has an entrance marked by birches illuminated by points of light floating between the branches, placing on a background of large satin glazed windows at full height, which in addition to giving daytime natural light, they screen in attractive way the back kitchen. This visual cone, highlighted by cuts of light led carved into poplar panels, put on focus slowly the large open-space around which the environment is articulated: a central calacatta stoneware totem that becomes a distribution element in the living room; wall wire cupboards covered with artificial plants; backlit thin shelves in extruded aluminum and glass that stand over on the wall; invisible doors, custom woodworking and industrial lights from wireframe lines that draw the details. The central-room bathtub with a view over Rome, nestled between two walls covered by plants in the bedroom, reinterprets in a contemporary style an ancient concept of space utilization. Natural poplar, calacatta stoneware and microcement are the guiding principle of the entire study. In order to balance this formal rigor, elements of artificial green have been inserted: birches, bosso, banano to improve the well-being of those who live in the spaces.

Image Courtesy © marco marotto

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Soul Movie Office 2 in Rome, Italy by Brain Factory – Architecture & Design

Friday, February 9th, 2018

Article source: Brain Factory – Architecture & Design 

In the project designed for the new offices of production services and post audiovisual production of the Soul Movie Entertainment company, the creative concept drawn for the main headquarters and based on a strong urban footprint it is strengthened and brought to life on the floor below through new metropolitan languages. The project follows a policy of continuity not only in the style, in the graphic communication, in the underground recalls, but also in the same architecture that breaks into the other floors of the building. Conceptually it’s as if the meteorite landed on the ground floor has flooded the floor below, drawing three-dimensionally new scenarios! Upon entering the client is accepted from the spaceship’s hull that floats suspended above visitors. The scenario is suburban, characterized by grass cuts at floor level and floating lights suspended at different inclinations, as if they had been moved in a confused way by the conceptual impact of the meteorite.

Image Courtesy © Marco Marotto

  • Architects: Brain Factory – Architecture & Design
  • Project: Soul Movie Office 2
  • Location: Rome, Italy
  • Photography: Marco Marotto
  • Designer: architect paola oliva – designer marco marotto
  • Built area: 200 m2
  • Completion: October 2016

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Apt monteverde in Rome, Italy by MOHAMED KEILANI ARCHITECTS

Monday, January 15th, 2018

Article source: MOHAMED KEILANI ARCHITECTS

The apartment, part of a nineteenth century building situated in the Roman neighborhood of Monteverde, is articulated by the presence of a sculptural volume functioning like a filter, staircase and container.

Exploiting the skylight, a vertical connection was made with the rooftop using a wireframe stairway, created by design and with the additional task of connecting the living room with the kitchen, filtering the two areas with a glass sliding door.

Image Courtesy © Luisa Carcavale

  • Architects: MOHAMED KEILANI ARCHITECTS
  • Project: Apt monteverde
  • Location: Viale Aurelio Saffi, Rome, Italy
  • Photography: Luisa Carcavale
  • Architect Collaborators: CLAUDIA FAMIGLIETTI
  • Area: 95 m2
  • Year: 2017

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Supreme Sport Village in Rome, Italy by LAD

Monday, December 18th, 2017

Article source: LAD

The “Supreme Sport Village” is a sports center located in Rome, in a suburb called Tor Sapienza, close to the eastern border of the city between Via Collatina and Via Prenestina.

The project is situated in the green spaces along Viale Giorgio Morandi and is placed in the center of the area, therefore the architectural volume works as a filter between the parking lot and the sports fields.

Image Courtesy © LAD

  • Architects: LAD
  • Project: Supreme Sport Village
  • Location: VIALE GIORGIO MORANDI, ROME, ITALY
  • Client: TOR SAPIENZA 2008 s.r.l
  • Patners In Charge: FRANCESCO NAPOLITANO (ARCHITECTURE), SIMONE LANARO (INTERIOR DESIGN)
  • Design Team: MICHELANGELO SABUZI GIULIANI, MARIA CARLA LINI, MARCELLO AMALFITANO
  • Design: 2009
  • Building: 2016

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The hybrid house in Rome, Italy by ERA – Enrico Realacci Architectures

Wednesday, December 6th, 2017

Article source: ERA – Enrico Realacci Architectures

A building dating back to 1905, near the historical Villa Torlonia in Rome.

Generous spaces and volumes, a classical layout, a large corridor with arches and a large salon.

Everything could stay that way, just a technological plants upgrade and new finishes were needed.

Image Courtesy © Archive E.R.A.

  • Architects: ERA – Enrico Realacci Architectures
  • Project: The hybrid house
  • Location: Rome, Italy
  • Photography: Archive E.R.A.
  • Software used: Autocad
  • Lighting design: E.R.A.
  • Area: 300 ㎡
  • Completion Year: 2016

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Portonaccio in Rome, Italy by na3 – studio di architettura

Tuesday, July 4th, 2017

Article source: na3 – studio di architettura

The connection is the focus: a continuous, equipped panel in raw iron and wood, thought as double wall, branches out into three spatial axes to thicken the consistency of one of the main building components. Value is conferred to the structure through additional panels that merge, loosen, huddle around, re-open and lastly extend; synchronous, inverted, alternate, they embody, unveil and gather the intimacy of this home: the panels are diaphanous to see, glimpse, conceal, discover, double: a wardrobe, an entrance, a hall, a large kitchen, a bookcase.

Image Courtesy © na3 – studio di architettura

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Technological Park in Rome, Italy by Archimeccanica

Friday, March 3rd, 2017

Article source: Archimeccanica

The project of the Technological Park, connected with the National Deposit for nuclear waste, is born from the idea to transform the host territory into a highly attractive area with a great technological significance, characterized by a high-quality architecture and city planning. The intervention is planned to integrate itself into the existing context of the ecosystem and the landscape, and to contribute to the requalification and the socio-economic development of the territory. The district of the park (an area of 40 hectares) is characterized by two main systems: the system of the constructed (primary and secondary urbanisation, constructed volumes, buildings, practicability, parking lots, open areas, paths, squares, power station to produce biogas) and the system of the open spaces (ecosystem of agricultural matrix, energetic plantations, tree-lined rows and basin for phytopurification). The two systems are in a dialogue with each other and integrate themselves both from a schematic and formal and a functional point of view. The composite model based on a circular form is applied in diverse scales: it refers both to the individual building and to the entire establishment. The circumference represents the permeable limit that allows the Technological Park to interact with the surroundings, through exchanges of energy and matter, like a cellular membrane. The cycle of water, energy and waste are fundamental references for developing the relation between park and surrounding territory and for developing its design within the space.

Image Courtesy © Archimeccanica

  • Architects: Archimeccanica
  • Project: Technological Park
  • Location: Rome, Italy

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Generator Rome in Rome, Italy by DesignAgency

Thursday, January 5th, 2017

Article source: DesignAgency

Generator Rome is only a short walk from the Colosseum and Termini Station, in the Esquilino neighbourhood – one of the oldest areas in the city. The property reinvigorates an elegant 20th century residence on Via Principe Amedeo. Its surroundings include cinematic streetscapes, leading to picturesque squares, churches, parks and a vast array of bars, cafés and pizzerias, as well as authentic local markets.

DesignAgency took its inspiration from the distinctive flavours of this diverse and historic neighbourhood, as well as the Italian culture and the Roman trade routes that have left their marks on this area to create a vibrant and welcoming environment with subtle ethnic flair.

Image Courtesy © Mans Berg

Image Courtesy © Mans Berg

  • Architects: DesignAgency
  • Project: Generator Rome
  • Location: Via Principe Amedeo, 257, 00185 Rome, Italy
  • Photography: Mans Berg
  • Owner: Generator / Patron Capital
  • Local Project Architect: L22, Milan
  • Lighting Designer: artec3 studio
  • Room Rates: starting at €20
  • Launch Date: August 2016

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Motorino Checkpoint in Rome, Italy by JGCH Javier Galindo

Tuesday, August 2nd, 2016

Article source: JGCH Javier Galindo

The Motorino Checkpoint proposal is efficiently rigorous as well as conceptually poetic and playful. It not only reflects the demands of the program but it is also engages in a dialogue with its context and while doing so, hopes to convey the fun and playful aspects of riding a motorino in Rome.

Image Courtesy © JGCH Javier Galindo

Image Courtesy © JGCH Javier Galindo

  • Architects: JGCH Javier Galindo
  • Project: Motorino Checkpoint
  • Location: Rome, Italy
  • Status:  Competition

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