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  • 05/11/15--10:41: São Victor Lofts - A2OFFICE
  • This project presents a rehabilitation of an 19th century old building with an unusual triangle-shaped planimetry, with an deployment area of only 52m², following a housing program consisting of 4 lofts in open space. This condition has determined much of the interior spatial organization solution, where a new staircase plays a major role. The facade colors have been restored, with new frames. The wooden structure of the floors was maintained and strengthened. Upstairs, the original volumetry of the building was restored, revealing a small terrace that crowns the intervention.

    A2OFFICE — São Victor Lofts

    A2OFFICE — São Victor Lofts

    A2OFFICE — São Victor Lofts

    A2OFFICE — São Victor Lofts

    A2OFFICE — São Victor Lofts

    A2OFFICE — São Victor Lofts

    A2OFFICE — São Victor Lofts

    A2OFFICE — São Victor Lofts

    A2OFFICE — São Victor Lofts

    A2OFFICE — São Victor Lofts

    A2OFFICE — São Victor Lofts

    A2OFFICE — São Victor Lofts

    A2OFFICE — São Victor Lofts


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    Lake view historic apartments

    alessandro de sanctis - des interior architecture — Lake view historic apartments

    Old Stone wall texture


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    The Main Entry of a Residential Building

    alessandro de sanctis - des interior architecture — The Entry

    The Entry

    alessandro de sanctis - des interior architecture — The Entry

    Fossil Leaf

    alessandro de sanctis - des interior architecture — The Entry

    The Rock


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    Kujundusidee lühikirjeldus. Peamiseks eesmärgiks on planeerida Valga linna kergliiklustelg Jaani kirikust Lugaži kirikuni koos esindusliku keskväljaku ja areneva avaliku kvartaliga. Arvesse on võetud linna ajaloolist transiidi- ja piirilinna olemust, milles ühinevad kaks riiki, samuti on see Eesti poolne lõunavärav kaubanduse, transpordi ja side tõttu. Kujundusideeks on muuta segadusttekitav, ebaregulaarne ja planeerimata kvartal selgepiiriliseks, lihtsasti hoomatavaks ja regulaarsemaks kesklinna osaks. Kuna praegu on kvartalil veel organiseerimatu ja korratu välisilme, pakub antud idee lihtsat ja väga selget kujundust, milles kohtuvad rohelisem, mitmekesisem ja privaatsem ala ning mahukas ja avarate vaadetega keskväljak.

    Gianfranco Franchi, Chiara Tesi, Rea Sepping, FRANCHI+ASSOCIATI — Riqualificazione del Quartiere 8 - Valga (EE)

    Lisaks on kujunduselementidena esindatud pimedas valgust kumavad skulptuuritaolised tootemid ehk linna vaimsuse ja olemuse kandjad, mis oleks samas ka infokandjateks teabe edastamiseks kvartalis ja linnas, esindades Valgat kui suurt tähtsust omavat transiitlinna ning esimest kaasaegset ja innovaatilist postside keskust Eestis.

    Gianfranco Franchi, Chiara Tesi, Rea Sepping, FRANCHI+ASSOCIATI — Riqualificazione del Quartiere 8 - Valga (EE)

    1 – Le soluzioni spaziali previste dal progetto legano le due città: Valga e Valka. Nel nuovo Quartiere 8 lo spazio pubblico rappresenta il luogo d’incontro naturale delle due città. Una nuova prospettiva si apre tra le due chiese e la via Sõpruse potrebbe essere pedonalizzata quando il nuovo Quartiere 8 avrà cambiato aspetto e nuove attività economiche si saranno insediate. 2 – Il nuovo spazio pubblico sarà completamente pedonale e permetterà di fruire della nuova piazza. Percorsi trasversali permetteranno di attraversare la piazza e collegare le strade Riia a Sepa. Nella nuova piazza potranno svolgersi grandi manifestazioni, feste, mercati, concerti ma anche piccole iniziative che potranno utilizzare vari spazi del nuovo Quartiere 8. I parcheggi permetteranno di sostare nei pressi del nuovo spazio pubblico.

    Gianfranco Franchi, Chiara Tesi, Rea Sepping, FRANCHI+ASSOCIATI — Riqualificazione del Quartiere 8 - Valga (EE)

    3 – Le persone che si spostano, tra i due Paesi, potranno trovare un luogo accogliente e saranno stimolate a fermarsi. Qui potranno trovare da dormire e potranno rilassarsi. Il piano del nuovo quartiere 8 prevede che gli edifici principali saranno mantenuti così da valorizzare l’imagine condivisa (genius loci). L’immagine e gli edifici storici di qualità saranno mantenuti e valorizzati. La ricostruzione dell’edificio nei pressi del supermercato e quello in legno (ora distrutto) saranno costruiti seguendo le linee architettoniche e la tipologia del luogo. Le attività commerciali, turistiche e di businness giovanile possono contaminare le aree circostanti ed innescare un processo di qualificazione delle aree circostanti. Le funzioni che potranno insediarsi dipenderanno dalle iniziative private o pubbliche che verranno attivate.

    Gianfranco Franchi, Chiara Tesi, Rea Sepping, FRANCHI+ASSOCIATI — Riqualificazione del Quartiere 8 - Valga (EE)

    Gianfranco Franchi, Chiara Tesi, Rea Sepping, FRANCHI+ASSOCIATI — Riqualificazione del Quartiere 8 - Valga (EE)

    Gianfranco Franchi, Chiara Tesi, Rea Sepping, FRANCHI+ASSOCIATI — Riqualificazione del Quartiere 8 - Valga (EE)

    Gianfranco Franchi, Chiara Tesi, Rea Sepping, FRANCHI+ASSOCIATI — Riqualificazione del Quartiere 8 - Valga (EE)

    Gianfranco Franchi, Chiara Tesi, Rea Sepping, FRANCHI+ASSOCIATI — Riqualificazione del Quartiere 8 - Valga (EE)

    Gianfranco Franchi, Chiara Tesi, Rea Sepping, FRANCHI+ASSOCIATI — Riqualificazione del Quartiere 8 - Valga (EE)

    Gianfranco Franchi, Chiara Tesi, Rea Sepping, FRANCHI+ASSOCIATI — Riqualificazione del Quartiere 8 - Valga (EE)

    Gianfranco Franchi, Chiara Tesi, Rea Sepping, FRANCHI+ASSOCIATI — Riqualificazione del Quartiere 8 - Valga (EE)


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    ANTEFACT

    ADG_ARCH, Danilo Di Lorenzo Di Michele, Guido Iampieri — Bamiyan Cultural Centre Design Competition

    There are several historical cities, such as Balkh, Ghazni, and Herat, but after twenty years of war, the preservation of historical monuments is not a priority. The Kabul Museum was looted repeatedly, nothing is left of the covered bazaar of Tashqurghan (Tash Kurghan) in the north, and the Buddha statues of Bamyan (Bamian) have been damaged. Most cities and towns are in ruins, and little reconstruction is occurring.

    ADG_ARCH, Danilo Di Lorenzo Di Michele, Guido Iampieri — Bamiyan Cultural Centre Design Competition

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    In the south and the center, the most common form of housing is the multi-story fortified farm with high walls built from a mixture of mud and straw. They are scattered in the fields, sometimes forming loose hamlets. In the north and the west, smaller compounds with vaulted houses of mud brick are prevalent. In the eastern highlands, settlements are grouped; stone and timber are common building materials. In both urban and rural settings, bazaars are not residential areas.

    ADG_ARCH, Danilo Di Lorenzo Di Michele, Guido Iampieri — Bamiyan Cultural Centre Design Competition

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    CRITICAL PRINCIPLES OF DESIGN:

    ADG_ARCH, Danilo Di Lorenzo Di Michele, Guido Iampieri — Bamiyan Cultural Centre Design Competition

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    •Create an innovative design.

    •Create a vital centre for the cultural community of Bamiyan allowing individuals to commune and share ideas.

    •Integrate the Bamiyan Valley view into the building design and create a positive visual impact on the Cultural Landscape of Bamiyan Valley.

    •Integrate an environmentally conscious design, which in the Bamiyan context should consider locally resourced materials, climate and efficiency.

    •Connect to the historical context of the World Heritage property.

    The design concept take place from an accurate and detailed analysis of the fundamental elements of the context: mountains, calanchis, caverns, local stone, environment and the site

    The plan is indissolubly linked to the vicissitudes of the local history and to the local culture. The project choices represent the natural transposition of relations between history-culture and surrounding landscape. The concept design consists of three materials, like local stones, light-transmitting concrete and glass; the materials color tone are in assonance with the colors of the context.

    From typological point of view, the project was born from the summation of multiple needs:

    -the project site link between the lower portion of the city and the upper site;

    -the unbreakable link with Visual site formerly home to the statues of Buddha;

    -volumetric and geometric transposition of the caves in the mountains, on the wall of the West site fence that is an integral part of the project;

    -the need to perceive, at any given point of the project, presence of the local culture;

    -the transposition of numbers sacred geometry of the local culture in the project.

    The design concept is represented by a sheet which folds over the top and, via appendices, ends in volumes that make up the main functions of the project into a rigid organization volumetric spatial relationships. The sheet is represented by a wall which, starting from level + 2528.5, fold and becomes volumes cover at level + 2555.0; the wall in the west facade is interrupted and leaves room for monumental staircase that is aligned with the location of the statue of the Buddha on the mountain facing the project.

    The backbone of the project is represented by the “sheet-retaining wall” that not only cover and contain higher volumes, contains within it, public open spaces that represent rooms of prayer, meditation and meeting place for the Community (nearly emulate the intricate game of caves in Buddha mountain); These public spaces similar to burrows are noted in the section on the wall and are connected by paths always inside the containment wall.

    The monumental staircase is the project perceptive cultural axis that is also a mystical ascent towards the Nirvana and, at the same time, the descent from divine worship to the worship of man.

    The importance of Numerology is found in various elements of the project:

    -7 (the planets) are the volumes of the project that contains the main functions of the cultural center;

    -8 (the ways to reach Nirvana) are the landings-squares on the monumental stairway;

    -108 (the Rosary beads Japamala) are the steps that make up the monumental staircase.

    The art related to famous Mandala it rereads in treating external flooring and facade texture of some walls of the project.

    The project is linked at + 2528.5 level, through a physical and Visual axis, to old buildings and monumental stairway and is linked at + 2555.0 level to the existing city and main roads.

    WALL SYSTEM CONSTRUCTION

    Grate lives: it is a very effective type of intervention in the interventions of construction of slopes and embankments with high steepness (even greater than 45 °). It consists of both vertical and horizontal timber wooden, it rests on a stable base consists of a piling in timber. This system guarantees, at the same time, an effective action of support and a protection from surface erosion.

    A series of timber wooden strung horizontally to the slope of the ground up to 10m depth provide resistance to horizontal thrusts; between the first containment wall and the reinforced earth from logs will be inserted mud, local stone and straw, stiffened by a reticular structure of logs into the mud; the filling material between the first retaining wall and the second finishing stone will be a mixture of light straw and mud for the purpuse of not stress the wall.

    Building above will rest on foundations made wooden poles to a depth of 10 m. The stones on the wall of the external finish will be anchored to the lattice structure geospatial wood immersed in the ground. The roof structures of the buildings will slabs of stone anchored to a metal structure.


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    Concept borns from the need to preserve the historical memory of the place, and to interlink the new building to the city because, in the context analysis, has arisen the need to preserve and enhance the surrounding space. A wireless system is synchronized to the electronic equipment present in the range of 300 meters from the museum: smartphones, tablet and pc. These “net-link” interact with the elements of the museum as the pixelate skin and the walls of the exhibition rooms inside, creating games and punctual and linear light and pixels that continuously change. The system of walkable piezoelectric pixels arranged along the sidewalks and surrounding squares, ensures a supply of electricity necessary to satisfy the energy needs of the museum. Another energy contribute is given by the installation of new generation FY panels on the cover of the museum and on the cover of the interacti ve stations accessible in the squares and near the metro exit.

    ADG_ARCH, Danilo Di Lorenzo Di Michele, Guido Iampieri, MARIO GIACCA — DIGITAL ARTS MUSEUM COMPETITION

    ADG_ARCH, Danilo Di Lorenzo Di Michele, Guido Iampieri, MARIO GIACCA — DIGITAL ARTS MUSEUM COMPETITION

    ADG_ARCH, Danilo Di Lorenzo Di Michele, Guido Iampieri, MARIO GIACCA — DIGITAL ARTS MUSEUM COMPETITION

    ADG_ARCH, Danilo Di Lorenzo Di Michele, Guido Iampieri, MARIO GIACCA — DIGITAL ARTS MUSEUM COMPETITION

    ADG_ARCH, Danilo Di Lorenzo Di Michele, Guido Iampieri, MARIO GIACCA — DIGITAL ARTS MUSEUM COMPETITION

    ADG_ARCH, Danilo Di Lorenzo Di Michele, Guido Iampieri, MARIO GIACCA — DIGITAL ARTS MUSEUM COMPETITION

    ADG_ARCH, Danilo Di Lorenzo Di Michele, Guido Iampieri, MARIO GIACCA — DIGITAL ARTS MUSEUM COMPETITION

    ADG_ARCH, Danilo Di Lorenzo Di Michele, Guido Iampieri, MARIO GIACCA — DIGITAL ARTS MUSEUM COMPETITION

    ADG_ARCH, Danilo Di Lorenzo Di Michele, Guido Iampieri, MARIO GIACCA — DIGITAL ARTS MUSEUM COMPETITION

    ADG_ARCH, Danilo Di Lorenzo Di Michele, Guido Iampieri, MARIO GIACCA — DIGITAL ARTS MUSEUM COMPETITION

    ADG_ARCH, Danilo Di Lorenzo Di Michele, Guido Iampieri, MARIO GIACCA — DIGITAL ARTS MUSEUM COMPETITION


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    A bauhaus building in a white city – Tel Aviv

    Claudio Osengar, orna osengar — White City

    Design by Osengar Architects

    Claudio Osengar, orna osengar — White City

    Design by Osengar Architects

    Claudio Osengar, orna osengar — White City

    Design by Osengar Architects

    Claudio Osengar, orna osengar — White City

    Design by Osengar Architects

    Claudio Osengar, orna osengar — White City

    Design by Osengar Architects

    Claudio Osengar, orna osengar — White City

    Design by Osengar Architects

    Claudio Osengar, orna osengar — White City

    Design by Osengar Architects

    Claudio Osengar, orna osengar — White City

    Design by Osengar Architects

    Claudio Osengar, orna osengar — White City

    Design by Osengar Architects

    Claudio Osengar, orna osengar — White City

    Design by Osengar Architects

    Claudio Osengar, orna osengar — White City

    Design by Osengar Architects

    Claudio Osengar, orna osengar — White City

    Design by Osengar Architects


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    A modern house in the negev desert

    Claudio Osengar, Orna Osengar — Lehavim

    Design by Osengar Architects

    Claudio Osengar, Orna Osengar — Lehavim

    Design by Osengar Architects

    Claudio Osengar, Orna Osengar — Lehavim

    Design by Osengar Architects

    Claudio Osengar, Orna Osengar — Lehavim

    Design by Osengar Architects

    Claudio Osengar, Orna Osengar — Lehavim

    Design by Osengar Architects

    Claudio Osengar, Orna Osengar — Lehavim

    Design by Osengar Architects

    Claudio Osengar, Orna Osengar — Lehavim

    Design by Osengar Architects

    Claudio Osengar, Orna Osengar — Lehavim

    Design by Osengar Architects

    Claudio Osengar, Orna Osengar — Lehavim

    Design by Osengar Architects

    Claudio Osengar, Orna Osengar — Lehavim

    Design by Osengar Architects

    Claudio Osengar, Orna Osengar — Lehavim

    Design by Osengar Architects


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    Esposizione di moda

    SERENA MAZZUCCO — ART TALENT FASHION DESIGNERS IN VENICE

    SERENA MAZZUCCO — ART TALENT FASHION DESIGNERS IN VENICE

    cartolina esposizione

    SERENA MAZZUCCO — ART TALENT FASHION DESIGNERS IN VENICE


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    Bauhaus in north Tel aviv

    Claudio Osengar, Orna Osengar — Bauhaus tel aviv

    Design by Osengar Architects

    Claudio Osengar, Orna Osengar — Bauhaus tel aviv

    Design by Osengar Architects

    Claudio Osengar, Orna Osengar — Bauhaus tel aviv

    Design by Osengar Architects

    Claudio Osengar, Orna Osengar — Bauhaus tel aviv

    Design by Osengar Architects

    Claudio Osengar, Orna Osengar — Bauhaus tel aviv

    Design by Osengar Architects

    Claudio Osengar, Orna Osengar — Bauhaus tel aviv

    Design by Osengar Architects

    Claudio Osengar, Orna Osengar — Bauhaus tel aviv

    Design by Osengar Architects

    Claudio Osengar, Orna Osengar — Bauhaus tel aviv

    Design by Osengar Architects

    Claudio Osengar, Orna Osengar — Bauhaus tel aviv

    Design by Osengar Architects

    Claudio Osengar, Orna Osengar — Bauhaus tel aviv

    Design by Osengar Architects

    Claudio Osengar, Orna Osengar — Bauhaus tel aviv

    Design by Osengar Architects

    Claudio Osengar, Orna Osengar — Bauhaus tel aviv

    Design by Osengar Architects

    Claudio Osengar, Orna Osengar — Bauhaus tel aviv

    Design by Osengar Architects


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    Partendo dal presupposto che la componente volumetrica e contestuale imponeva un disegno architettonico molto definito, la proposta progettuale ha inteso sfruttare alcune condizioni presenti come opportunità in grado di generare il “concept”.

    Andrea Desimone — PAVSHINO Art - Portofino

    La risposta al tema parte da un’analisi del contesto ligure, che si fonda su un tessuto medievale composto dall’aggregazione di un modulo costituito da case/bottega che si sono sviluppate sul lotto in senso verticale. Questo modulo prevede: bottega al piano terra, magazzino al primo piano, residenza ai piani superiori. La conseguenza di tutto questo comporta altezze, larghezze e aperture diverse, che hanno creato il panorama tipico che tutti conoscono. La decorazione, il colore e i dettagli diventano gli elementi unificanti di queste facciate e determinano l’unicità all’interno della differenza, una riconoscibilità del singolo nel plurale.

    Andrea Desimone — PAVSHINO Art - Portofino

    Il concetto che si è voluto sviluppare, partendo dalla “cinta muraria” dei volumi progettati, è caratterizzato dalla valorizzazione: del tessuto in linea con l’uso della tipologia medievale con diverse altezze, colore e larghezze dei corpi e dall’interpretazione delle torri che interrompono il tessuto come emergenze architettoniche con carattere unitario determinato da decorazioni, elementi architettonici e bucature coordinate e simmetriche e da un cornicione di completamento.

    Andrea Desimone — PAVSHINO Art - Portofino

    Andrea Desimone — PAVSHINO Art - Portofino

    Andrea Desimone — PAVSHINO Art - Portofino

    Andrea Desimone — PAVSHINO Art - Portofino

    Andrea Desimone — PAVSHINO Art - Portofino


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    Renato Rizzi — Centro Sportivo

    Renato Rizzi — Centro Sportivo

    Renato Rizzi — Centro Sportivo

    Renato Rizzi — Centro Sportivo

    Renato Rizzi — Centro Sportivo

    Renato Rizzi — Centro Sportivo

    Renato Rizzi — Centro Sportivo

    Renato Rizzi — Centro Sportivo

    Renato Rizzi — Centro Sportivo

    Renato Rizzi — Centro Sportivo

    Renato Rizzi — Centro Sportivo

    Renato Rizzi — Centro Sportivo

    Renato Rizzi — Centro Sportivo

    Renato Rizzi — Centro Sportivo

    Renato Rizzi — Centro Sportivo


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    Restauro e rifunzionalizzazione del palazzo sul Canal Grande detto Casa Artom, per ospitare i semestri di studi all’estero degli studenti della Wake Forest University di Winston-Salem, North Carolina, USA. Consegnata fase 1 di 3.

    Daniele Levi — Wake Forest University Venice Campus


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    Allestimenti fieristici e stands personalizzati.

    CRISTINA SILVERII — Allestimenti

    Stand personalizzato a R+T Stuttgart, principale fiera mondiale per serramenti e chiusure tecniche.

    Progetti realizzati con Effetre Allestimenti, Legnano

    CRISTINA SILVERII — Allestimenti

    Stand personalizzato per Giochi Preziosi a Spielwarenmesse Nuernberg, fiera del giocattolo

    CRISTINA SILVERII — Allestimenti

    Stand personalizzato a Bimu Milano, fiera delle macchine utensili


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    This Moscow-based couple’s second home is located on the ground floor of a classical villa in the Grunewald district of Berlin. Pared-down to the main elements, the new design for this apartment reveals clear gallery-style rooms, whose character is accentuated by a minimalistic lighting concept from .PSLAB. A pale grey concrete floor is combined with soaped ash and nero marquina marble in the kitchen island and the bathroom, as well as for the long bench in the living room. Between the kitchen and the entrance hall stands a “box” containing wardrobes, kitchen cupboards and a mirrored cloakroom. The clarity of the design is underlined by hiding all ironmongery from sight and by avoiding the use of door handles. Even the fridge door opens simply via gentle pressure – and with the help of an integrated motor. A separating wall divides the kitchen from the dining and living zone with its large dining table and marble-clad fireplace. Sleeping and bathroom zones flow one into the other – the bath is freestanding and the level-access shower is simply bounded by a chrome-framed glass wall.

    Bruzkus Batek Architekten — Apartment MM

    Photo: Jens Boesenberg

    Bruzkus Batek Architekten — Apartment MM

    Photo: Jens Boesenberg

    Bruzkus Batek Architekten — Apartment MM

    Photo: Jens Boesenberg

    Bruzkus Batek Architekten — Apartment MM

    Photo: Jens Boesenberg

    Bruzkus Batek Architekten — Apartment MM

    Photo: Jens Boesenberg

    Bruzkus Batek Architekten — Apartment MM

    Photo: Jens Boesenberg

    Bruzkus Batek Architekten — Apartment MM

    Photo: Jens Boesenberg

    Bruzkus Batek Architekten — Apartment MM

    Photo: Jens Boesenberg

    Bruzkus Batek Architekten — Apartment MM

    Photo: Jens Boesenberg

    Bruzkus Batek Architekten — Apartment MM

    Photo: Jens Boesenberg

    Bruzkus Batek Architekten — Apartment MM

    Photo: Jens Boesenberg


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    periferia citta’

    giovanni lombardo — abitazione privata

    giovanni lombardo — abitazione privata

    giovanni lombardo — abitazione privata

    giovanni lombardo — abitazione privata

    giovanni lombardo — abitazione privata


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    Riqualificazione del piano terreno di un edificio residenziale un tempo adibito ad autofficina per la realizzazione di 7 loft nella periferia della città. L’intervento ha posto particolare attenzione alle finiture interne, conferendo agli ambienti uno stile contemporaneo che ricorda gli spazi industriali tipici delle officine. Collaborazione con Studio Lobo – Lorenzo Bolelli Ingegnere – www.lorenzobolelli.com

    Vittoria Vecchi, Ing. Lorenzo Bolelli — Officine Arcoveggio

    Vittoria Vecchi, Ing. Lorenzo Bolelli — Officine Arcoveggio

    Vittoria Vecchi, Ing. Lorenzo Bolelli — Officine Arcoveggio

    Vittoria Vecchi, Ing. Lorenzo Bolelli — Officine Arcoveggio

    Vittoria Vecchi, Ing. Lorenzo Bolelli — Officine Arcoveggio

    Vittoria Vecchi, Ing. Lorenzo Bolelli — Officine Arcoveggio

    Vittoria Vecchi, Ing. Lorenzo Bolelli — Officine Arcoveggio

    Vittoria Vecchi, Ing. Lorenzo Bolelli — Officine Arcoveggio

    Vittoria Vecchi, Ing. Lorenzo Bolelli — Officine Arcoveggio

    Vittoria Vecchi, Ing. Lorenzo Bolelli — Officine Arcoveggio

    Vittoria Vecchi, Ing. Lorenzo Bolelli — Officine Arcoveggio

    Vittoria Vecchi, Ing. Lorenzo Bolelli — Officine Arcoveggio


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  • 05/12/15--07:01: Open Day - Atelier Anzalone
  • L’Atelier Anzalone, nasce dalla volontà dell’Architetto Rosa Anzalone, di sviluppare un architettura ricca di equilibrio formale, valore estetico, riconoscibilità ed eleganza, capace di rispondere alle esigenze della realtà contemporanea. Un’ architettura che diviene “realtà vivente”, perchè apprende dalle abitudini, dai comportamenti, dalle relazioni e dalla cultura della società umana odierna. Il concetto di Atelier, deriva da tale premessa, è quindi un laboratorio dentro il quale l’architettura assimila e rielabora tali fenomeni per poi diventare un’architettura “pret- a – porter”, pronta da indossare, accessibile e destinata a tutti.Proprio perchè destinata a tutti abbiamo deciso di portare l’architettura in mezzo alla gente, in luogo che quotidianamente viene vissuto dalle diverse realtà umane…la “passeggiata” di Monterotondo (ROMA)in via B. Buozzi,il 23 e 24 Maggio 2015.

    Atelier Anzalone — Open Day


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    Now my aim is clear: I must show that the house is one of the greatest powers of integration for the thoughts, memories and dreams of mankind. The binding principle in this integration is the daydream. Past, present and future give the house different dynamisms, which often interfere, at times opposing, at others, stimulating one another. In the life of a man, the house thrusts aside contingencies, its councils of continuity are unceasing. Without it, man would be a dispersed being. It maintains him through the storms of the heavens and through those of life. It is body and soul. It is the human being’s first world. Gaston Bachelard, The poetics of space

    Federica Stagni, Diego Collini Architetto — house m

    Behind the thin texture of the curtains, small gardens in bloom peek out from a green corner making room through the thick layering of the city. Crossing the threshold, a blade of light breaks over an antique chest wrapped by the alcove in the entrance. An oak jalousie lets half-view of the most intimate and private rooms of the apartment; just around the corner, a small office area welcomes us in the living room which, passed the bricked and acid-glazed wing, stretches along the warm surface of the wooden boarded floor. The volume of the kitchen stands in the middle of the scene, at the top of the built-in wardrobes wall, secretive wardens of all the household objects, and separates the work space from the living room. Behind it, an hammered okite-made worktop runs along the whole wall closing the frame. All the furniture, made-to-measure as if they were haute-couture garments, perfectly fit to the client’s daily needs and become an essential part of the perimetral walls northward. While the sunlight, southward, passes through the semi-translucent curtain formed by eighteen meters of fabric.

    Federica Stagni, Diego Collini Architetto — house m

    Behind the jalousie, the spaces suddenly gloam taking verdant shades; we are in the most private area of the house. The bedrooms, the main bathroom and the laundry storage, built in an alcove, overlook the hallway. The main bedroom’s space appears crossed the dressing room, while the second bedroom is characterized by the two-coloured walls. In the bathrooms, the natural light reflects on the opaline surface of the mosaics spreading and bouncing among the materials. The few, moderate, lines of the project conjure up to recreate and organize the space, originally suffering from too many accidents, in order to adapt it to the contemporary lifestyle.

    Federica Stagni, Diego Collini Architetto — house m

    Federica Stagni, Diego Collini Architetto — house m

    Federica Stagni, Diego Collini Architetto — house m

    Federica Stagni, Diego Collini Architetto — house m

    Federica Stagni, Diego Collini Architetto — house m

    Federica Stagni, Diego Collini Architetto — house m

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    Federica Stagni, Diego Collini Architetto — house m

    Federica Stagni, Diego Collini Architetto — house m

    Federica Stagni, Diego Collini Architetto — house m

    Federica Stagni, Diego Collini Architetto — house m

    Federica Stagni, Diego Collini Architetto — house m

    Federica Stagni, Diego Collini Architetto — house m

    Federica Stagni, Diego Collini Architetto — house m

    Federica Stagni, Diego Collini Architetto — house m

    Federica Stagni, Diego Collini Architetto — house m

    Federica Stagni, Diego Collini Architetto — house m

    Federica Stagni, Diego Collini Architetto — house m

    Federica Stagni, Diego Collini Architetto — house m


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    CXL-HUT non è nient’altro che il riassunto in breve del percorso e della natura del nostro progetto. “C” sta per Corten, il materiale che più s’impone in questo oggetto d’architettura.

    VRS Architettura, Elena Aldà, Ciro Chiumenti — CXL Hut

    “XL” sta per X-lam, il materiale strutturale che sorregge il nostro edificio, un materiale ecologico e funzionale che permette un montaggio rapido ed efficiente dal punto di vista energeto-prestazionale. Il gioco di parole tra Cor-TEN (dieci) e l’X di LAM unisce tra loro i due protagonisti principali della capanna: appunto, HUT come capanna, HUT come unità abitativa primordiale, HUT come rifugio sicuro e familiare, inserita in un contesto completamente naturale.

    VRS Architettura, Elena Aldà, Ciro Chiumenti — CXL Hut

    Da qui nasce l’idea di una forma pulita, lineare, senza apparenti impurità e contaminazioni, ma che abbia nonostante tutto una “pelle”, una superficie mutabile, che al tatto possa dare la sensazione di essere viva. Abbiamo scelto di utilizzare l’acciaio Corten proprio per questo, perchè sembra raccontare una vita che non c’è mai stata, perchè la propria grana trasmette delle sensazioni e lascia l’impronta sulle mani di chi lo tocca. Secondo aspetto, da non sottovalutare , è la diversa permeabilità della pelle nel prospetto longitudinale della capanna: si passa da una forometria rada con fori di diametro ridotto ad una forometria densa con diametro maggiorato, che sia appunto penetrabile dalla luce e dalla vista: più il luogo è pubblico più la pelle si lascia attraversare, più lo spazio privato e maggiormente lascia all’esterno l’ambiente che la circonda.

    VRS Architettura, Elena Aldà, Ciro Chiumenti — CXL Hut

    Planimetricamente la capanna ha un impianto molto semplice, ove le funzioni son ben distinte. La zona giorno, orientata a SUD, è soleggiata da un’ambia vetrata a tutta parete protetta da una veranda esterna per l’irradiazione estiva. La zona notte ha camere rivote ad EST, con luce naturale al mattino per il risveglio naturale, e servizi orientati ad OVEST.

    VRS Architettura, Elena Aldà, Ciro Chiumenti — CXL Hut

    Il locale “rimessa attrezzi” si è collocato al di sotto dell’edificio stesso, cercando di sfruttare il declivio naturale del terreno, riducendo quindi quelli che sono gli oneri di sbancamento o riporto di terreno nel cantiere in opera.

    VRS Architettura, Elena Aldà, Ciro Chiumenti — CXL Hut

    VRS Architettura, Elena Aldà, Ciro Chiumenti — CXL Hut


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