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    The portuguese architecture office OPERA | Design Matters, directed by José Soalheiro, was awarded by the International Union of Architects-UIA, UNESCO, and Creativersal, with an honorable mention by the architectural design in the Residential Category, within the framework of the international architecture competition for MOLEWA in Ruichang China, at Mont Lu, a world heritage site.

    José Soalheiro — OPERA | DESIGN MATTERS AWARDED IN CHINA

    View from the public garden

    The contest was attended by over a thousand architects from 40 countries. The 1st prize was not awarded to any of the competing projects. The award ceremony of the competition is scheduled on July 22, 2015, in the storied Great Hall of the Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference in Beijing, Tiananmen Square, which will be attended by the Chinese Minister for Development, the President of the International Union of Architects and the President of UNESCO. “http://www.opera-projects.com”

    José Soalheiro — OPERA | DESIGN MATTERS AWARDED IN CHINA

    Aerial view over the public garden

    The project main goal was to minimize the construction impact and to transform it in a pretext for the rising of a garden, which can be used as public and private within this new Flower city. The project takes on the intervention as a “Garden” carven by modelling the ground, inspired by the tea fields “Jianbang”, province of Shaanxi, international reference recognized by its unique beauty.

    José Soalheiro — OPERA | DESIGN MATTERS AWARDED IN CHINA

    View from the Flower Ocean Park

    The aim is to potentiate the Plot value by its proximity to the “Flower Ocean” assuming an accomplice and privileged dialogue. The result is an organic construction under a green mantle transforming every roof and path into a outdoor living area. The whole plot is a garden with variable heights that can also be used as a viewpoint to the Flower Ocean Park.

    José Soalheiro — OPERA | DESIGN MATTERS AWARDED IN CHINA

    Interior view


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    Project by piero speranza , Mariarosaria arena architects

    Piero Speranza, mariarosaria arena — Biennale di Venezia , marzo 1985

    Piero Speranza, mariarosaria arena — Biennale di Venezia , marzo 1985

    Piero Speranza, mariarosaria arena — Biennale di Venezia , marzo 1985

    Piero Speranza, mariarosaria arena — Biennale di Venezia , marzo 1985

    Piero Speranza, mariarosaria arena — Biennale di Venezia , marzo 1985

    Piero Speranza, mariarosaria arena — Biennale di Venezia , marzo 1985

    Piero Speranza, mariarosaria arena — Biennale di Venezia , marzo 1985

    Piero Speranza, mariarosaria arena — Biennale di Venezia , marzo 1985

    Piero Speranza, mariarosaria arena — Biennale di Venezia , marzo 1985

    Piero Speranza, mariarosaria arena — Biennale di Venezia , marzo 1985

    Piero Speranza, mariarosaria arena — Biennale di Venezia , marzo 1985

    Piero Speranza, mariarosaria arena — Biennale di Venezia , marzo 1985

    Piero Speranza, mariarosaria arena — Biennale di Venezia , marzo 1985


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    A Gubbio a ridosso del centro storico davanti la Borrominiana Chiesa della Madonna del Prato ha aperto LA GELATERIA. Lo spazio lungo e stretto è stato dilatato e ritmato da cementine esagonali,composte e armonizzate da colori. I pannelli in legno sono in continuità con la pavimentazione in legno e contengono i tavoli sospesi. Il bancone fronteggia la parete per la degustazione del gelato il continuità al laboratorio,a vista dove il gelataio mostra la sua capacitòà con prodotti assolutamente freschi. Le luci a sospensione con filo a vista ridisegnano e scompongono le geometrie esagonali.

    Menichetti+Caldarelli Architetti — LA GELATERIA

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    Menichetti+Caldarelli Architetti — LA GELATERIA

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    Menichetti+Caldarelli Architetti — LA GELATERIA

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    Menichetti+Caldarelli Architetti — LA GELATERIA

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    Menichetti+Caldarelli Architetti — LA GELATERIA

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    Menichetti+Caldarelli Architetti — LA GELATERIA

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    Menichetti+Caldarelli Architetti — LA GELATERIA

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    Menichetti+Caldarelli Architetti — LA GELATERIA

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    Menichetti+Caldarelli Architetti — LA GELATERIA

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    Menichetti+Caldarelli Architetti — LA GELATERIA

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    Menichetti+Caldarelli Architetti — LA GELATERIA

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    Menichetti+Caldarelli Architetti — LA GELATERIA

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    Menichetti+Caldarelli Architetti — LA GELATERIA

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    Menichetti+Caldarelli Architetti — LA GELATERIA

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    Menichetti+Caldarelli Architetti — LA GELATERIA

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    Menichetti+Caldarelli Architetti — LA GELATERIA

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    Project of the new Museum of Modern Art

    M.A.TH. architects — Museum of Modern Art


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    La sala di forma quadrangolare, ritmata da una serie di finestre di ugual dimensione a distanza costante, si presentava prima dell’intervento di restyling in tutta la sua interezza come un grosso contenitore privo di qualsiasi carattere estetico, soprattutto per la mancanza di colore e di elementi qualificanti.

    Michele Varone, Claudio Cesarano — Restyling della Sala della Conferenza Episcopale Campana

    Il progetto ha mirato al miglioramento delle peculiarità costitutive attraverso la ricomposizione, il contrasto e la valorizzazione di parte degli elementi già esistenti.

    Michele Varone, Claudio Cesarano — Restyling della Sala della Conferenza Episcopale Campana

    Nella monotonia e nella regolarità spaziale ed architettonica della sala è stato calato un elemento di rottura, un nastro ondulato. Questo oltre a dividere virtualmente la sala in due aree conferenze e riunioni evidenzia il percorso che conduce all’unica porta di accesso presente e celerà corpi illuminanti a luce indiretta che fungono da segna-passo durante le proiezioni.

    Michele Varone, Claudio Cesarano — Restyling della Sala della Conferenza Episcopale Campana

    Per imprimere maggiore carattere alla duplice funzione della sala l’impianto luci, eseguito recuperando i corpi illuminanti esistenti, è stato costituito da due fasce luminose nell’area conferenze mentre ha seguito la disposizione dei tavoli nell’area riunioni.

    Michele Varone, Claudio Cesarano — Restyling della Sala della Conferenza Episcopale Campana

    La pavimentazione esistente in granigliato di marmo è stata arrotata, levigata e lucidata a piombo per conferirle una finitura a specchio. Le pareti sono tutte di colore avorio, quella di fondo è stata trattata a grana doppia; soffitti sono bianchi.

    Michele Varone, Claudio Cesarano — Restyling della Sala della Conferenza Episcopale Campana

    Le tende esistenti sono state integrate da fasce che riprendono la tonalità della pavimentazione in granigliato. Le finestre e la porta di accesso sono frutto di un accurata opera di recupero. L’intero ambiente oltre ad essere dotato di un impianto di climatizzazione, con la possibilità di attivare separatamente i quattro split, è attrezzata con un impianto di rilevazione antincendio e di video proiezioni.

    Michele Varone, Claudio Cesarano — Restyling della Sala della Conferenza Episcopale Campana


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    The project is based on a new idea of the museum, open to the city not only spatially, but especially through the activities that involve art and citizens. The intent is to rethink the relationship between the visitor and the museum, but also and especially the relationship between the artist and the exhibition space. The large space access “performance space” is considered as a living place and responsive to changes in the city and especially usable by visitors and artists, through installations, performances, temporary constructions, performances, lectures, creating works live. Etc. In some way a part of the Guggenheim will be self-managed by the art itself, while other areas are home to more institutional activities. The goal is to perceive the museum as a public space. The new building, before interacting with the urban fabric, reflects on the relationship with the sea. Climate change and the projected sea level rise during this century have led to place the museum on a podium, on a cliff, to protect the future rising sea levels and storm surges. Not only a defensive attitude, but also a resilient approach to change. Among eighty years the new waterfront could be made from the cliff, perhaps creating a sort of island Guggenheim. Architecturally, the museum is the interaction between a horizontal type (who wants to fit discreetly in the background and does not reduce the view of the surrounding buildings and the park towards the sea), and the vertical type which emphasizes the recognition and admires the landscape and horizon. So the building was born from a union between these two types, showing visually the transition and giving birth to a new icon of the city. From the urban point of view, the museum is defined by the urban grid and directions of the harbor. For this reason it was decided to place the lower part of the inputs towards the city, as if it were a natural extension of the promenade, then culminate with the vertical element. We wanted to go on a journey inside the building is transformed into architectural walk, then culminate on the top floor with views of the harbor and the city. Not just a belvedere, but a vantage point to observe the installations of artists who use the entire city (the roads roofs, buildings) as a work space. The exhibition spaces interior offers maximum flexibility and customization based on the events organized. In the traditional exhibition spaces we wanted to avoid that the architecture of the building affects the exposures, while in the spaces on the ground and in the entrance hall is looking for an interaction between the works and the building to bring art in open spaces of the sea and the city. The architecture seeks a strong connection with the Nordic tradition, through the use of wood strongly related to Finnish design of the twentieth century and the texture of the old wooden churches, like that of Petäjävesi. The Guggenheim Helsinki, will not only be a new museum, but a new concept of museum; a new relationship between art, visitors, artists, the city and the world.

    Andrea Jasci Cimini, Marco Mazzotta — Guggenheim Helsinki

    Andrea Jasci Cimini, Marco Mazzotta — Guggenheim Helsinki

    Andrea Jasci Cimini, Marco Mazzotta — Guggenheim Helsinki

    Andrea Jasci Cimini, Marco Mazzotta — Guggenheim Helsinki

    Andrea Jasci Cimini, Marco Mazzotta — Guggenheim Helsinki

    Andrea Jasci Cimini, Marco Mazzotta — Guggenheim Helsinki

    Andrea Jasci Cimini, Marco Mazzotta — Guggenheim Helsinki

    Andrea Jasci Cimini, Marco Mazzotta — Guggenheim Helsinki


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  • 06/24/15--12:53: Spiky - SO – IL
  • Spiky is an artistic gesture that falls in a fuzzy zone between building and art. A conically expanded metal mesh canopy suspended on steel poles, Spiky activates the urban public space of the Beijing Olympic Park. Through its thought-provoking shape, this installation re-imagines the role of art as a component in public space. The system can be composed of anywhere from nine to twenty-five modules.

    SO – IL — Spiky

    Detail

    Material research led to an innovative use of expanded metal mesh, which is sourced from a nearby northeastern region of China. From this standard economic product, SO–IL studied cutting techniques and methods to control geometry so that a two-dimensional sheet could become a three-dimensional form.

    SO – IL — Spiky

    Detail

    Spiky uniquely frames the world around us, feeling simultaneously solid and porous depending on the users’ perspective. We hope that this ambiguity stirs the thoughts of its visitors and allows them to reflect on how we interact with the built environment.

    SO – IL — Spiky

    Detail

    SO – IL — Spiky

    Front view

    SO – IL — Spiky

    Concept diagram

    SO – IL — Spiky

    Plan

    SO – IL — Spiky

    Section


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    Through the repetition of a frame and variation of its shape a vacuum is formed, that without initial features, becomes an architectonic space full of possibilities;a space that lends itself to the interpretation of the ritual that make up the selection, purchase and enjoyment of select pieces of clothing. Treated as a proscenium and stage, both are merged into one continuous space covered under the sinuous texture of theatrical drapery, where the client takes on the leading role in an act that transcends the mere purchase, sublimating the process that heightens the enjoyment of clothing.

    Joan Puigcorbé, maria k hawkins — Wappa Boutique

    Hanging as part of the stage with its own stage-machinery the dresses are displayed, forming the changing scenery, allowing an arbitrary inner journey, which brings one to a detailed observation of the pieces, thus establishing a closer relationship with the dress on display.

    Joan Puigcorbé, maria k hawkins — Wappa Boutique

    Joan Puigcorbé, maria k hawkins — Wappa Boutique

    Joan Puigcorbé, maria k hawkins — Wappa Boutique

    Joan Puigcorbé, maria k hawkins — Wappa Boutique

    Joan Puigcorbé, maria k hawkins — Wappa Boutique


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  • 06/24/15--15:47: COMODITI - Daniele De Santis
  • Comoditiè una testiera letto modulare personalizzabile in base alle proprie esigenze. I colori e la morbidezza dei suoi elementi sono un invito a mettersi comodi e dimenticare le fatiche della giornata leggendo un libro, guardando un film o ascoltando della buona musica prima di scivolare tra le braccia di Morfeo.

    Daniele De Santis — COMODITI

    Comoditi

    I cuscini di diverse dimensioni, rivestiti con tessuto in cotone ecologico sfoderabile e lavabile, si incastrano alla struttura fissata a parete e si fermano con il velcro.

    Daniele De Santis — COMODITI

    Fissaggio cuscino

    La struttura, realizzata in Mdf laccato con vernici all’acqua, può essere completata con una mensola che funge da comodino o da elemento terminale.

    Daniele De Santis — COMODITI

    Mensola

    Disponibile sia per letto singolo che per matrimoniale, Comoditi è un elemento originale che dà carattere non solo al tuo letto ma a tutta la zona notte.

    Daniele De Santis — COMODITI

    variazioni

    https://it.formabilio.com/shop/camera-letto/letti/testiera-letto-imbottita-comoditi

    Daniele De Santis — COMODITI

    Variazioni


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    PROFACE In Guangxi province of China, there is a village, near the mountain and by the river, built down the hillside. The local houses use stones as the foundation, rammed earth as the wall, and tiles as the roof, standing here for hundreds of years, unknown. There are a group of famous architects from home and abroad who are experts of the rammed earth buildings. They focus on the old village and want to explore the inheritance and innovation, the culture and architecture, its history and sustainable development. They will invite students of architecture major from all over the world to discuss and think about the old village’s development through their knowledge and creation to find a road of “Back to the Future”. Eyes are all on Guming Village, Guangxi.

    michelle — 2015 GUMING VILLAGE INTERNATIONAL STUDENT RAMMED EARTH ARCHITECTURE CONTEST

    GUMING VILLAGE

    BACKGROUND FEATURE The opportunity of a small community to become emblematic for a sustainable development vision, supporting one of the possible next scenarios in China, may be the key for the success of a land where smart strategies and sensitive design themes are acquired through knowledge and creativity. Today, Guming Village, a group of old rammed earth houses, mirroring into a small lake, in Guangxi Province, China, is under the lights of the cultural world, reclaiming the dignity of its traditional technologies, but opening its quiet spaces to new sustainable solutions. “Back to the future” is a reverse approach which imagines a system moving in two opposite directions at the same time, to balance the life of everything influenced by this place. It’s the desire to disclose the identity of this system, merging it with the history and the future of the land. The competition, pointing at the existing delicate equilibrium of the village, through a creative and visionary intervention based on real needs from different parties, invites students all over the world to propose unique and sustainable solutions which may set up the possible development strategy, turning back to the future. This call to reflect about a change of direction, supported by local parties and a special expert’s committee, is the opportunity to recall the “Genius Loci”, in a place where its value is recognized in its own identity.

    MISSION Participants should engage with the exploration and resolution of placing new urban design solutions in a unique natural setting; how these solutions can be inspired by the cultural, physical, and environmental aspects of its site; how the program of the proposals is influenced by the urban conditions of the site and how the urban design solutions respond to sustainable urban recover. Specific attentions to local cultures (Zhuang ethnicity in Shanglin) and materials can be considered in terms of research. Proposals should evidence a clear sense of integration with environment and existing biodiversity, through simple and sustainable solutions. A business model, which uses a circular economy, attracting people with optional transport systems paying attention and biological areas, but recovering back the image of the village, is expected to be considered by the design solutions, within a self sustainable energy concept.

    ORGANIZER Metrostudio

    SPONSOR Guangxi Guming Village Tourism Investment Co., Ltd Shanglin Guming Village Tourism Development Co., Ltd,

    SUPPORT Shanglin Tourism Development Committee Shanglin County government

    AWARD 1st Award: 30,000 RMB (for one person or team) 2nd Award: 10,000 RMB (for two persons or teams) 3rd Award: 5,000 RMB (for three persons or teams)

    REGISTRATION Participants will be issued a REGISTRATION NUMBER after filling the registration form which will serve as the only means of identification during the entire judging process. More infos, please visit the below website:

    www.gmzcompetition.com

    ELIGIBILITY The competition is open to all students who are registered at a University level. No limitation for nationality. Entries will be accepted for individual as well as teams. Each participant can provide one proposal.

    SCHEDULE Opening Ceremony: 2015/5/29 Registration Deadline: 2015/8/31 Submission Deadline: 2015/9/20

    ADDRESS Rm. 1201-1202, 12 F, Wanhai Building C Tower, Net Valley Phase 3, Shekou, Industrial 5th Rd, Nanshan District, Shenzhen T +086 0755 26605733 F +086 0755 86673255 Email: competition@metrostudio.it


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    ENTE / COMMITTENTE: Anffas Milano ANNO: 2004 TIPO DI PRESTAZIONE: Progetto esecutivo, D.L.

    Andrea Fiorentini — Nuovo Maneggio per Ippoterapia - Cascina Biblioteca, Milano

    Andrea Fiorentini — Nuovo Maneggio per Ippoterapia - Cascina Biblioteca, Milano

    Andrea Fiorentini — Nuovo Maneggio per Ippoterapia - Cascina Biblioteca, Milano

    Andrea Fiorentini — Nuovo Maneggio per Ippoterapia - Cascina Biblioteca, Milano


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    ENTE / COMMITTENTE: Eurosviluppi S.p.a. ANNO: 2005 – 2008 TIPO DI PRESTAZIONE: Riqualificazione immobile – Progetto preliminare – definitivo – esecutivo

    Andrea Fiorentini — Sito in Via Moisè Loira, 24 - Milano

    Andrea Fiorentini — Sito in Via Moisè Loira, 24 - Milano

    Andrea Fiorentini — Sito in Via Moisè Loira, 24 - Milano

    Andrea Fiorentini — Sito in Via Moisè Loira, 24 - Milano

    Andrea Fiorentini — Sito in Via Moisè Loira, 24 - Milano

    Andrea Fiorentini — Sito in Via Moisè Loira, 24 - Milano

    Andrea Fiorentini — Sito in Via Moisè Loira, 24 - Milano

    Andrea Fiorentini — Sito in Via Moisè Loira, 24 - Milano

    Andrea Fiorentini — Sito in Via Moisè Loira, 24 - Milano


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    ENTE / COMMITTENTE: Anffas Milano ANNO: 2005 – 2006 TIPO DI PRESTAZIONE: Progetto esecutivo, D.L. e SIC.

    Andrea Fiorentini — Nuova Comunità Alloggio per disabili - Cascina Biblioteca, Milano

    Andrea Fiorentini — Nuova Comunità Alloggio per disabili - Cascina Biblioteca, Milano

    Andrea Fiorentini — Nuova Comunità Alloggio per disabili - Cascina Biblioteca, Milano

    Andrea Fiorentini — Nuova Comunità Alloggio per disabili - Cascina Biblioteca, Milano


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    The Zoom Natury Recreational Park is the first interactive scientific and recreational centre in Poland dedicated to the environment and ecology. Its six facilities accommodating, among other things, modern laboratories and multimedia exhibitions were designed by the Warsaw based architectural studio Nizio Design International. Zoom Natury has been built on a site measuring more than 10 hectares on the banks of a bay located in Janów Lubelski in the Lublin province. The official opening of the facility to visitors took place on June 12th, 2015.

    Nizio Design International — Zoom Natury in Janów Lubelski, Poland

    The Mirosław Nizio architectural studio has prepared a concept for a functional and practical program for the Zoom Natury Recreational Park, as well as a full architectural design, along with the design of small architectural elements and assumptions with regard to the property’s management and exhibits. Developing the design required the creation, in consultation with the client, of a coherent and complementary concept for management of land in the southern part of Janów Lubelski earmarked for tourism, recreation and environmental education.

    Nizio Design International — Zoom Natury in Janów Lubelski, Poland

    The site of the complex combines architecture with ecology and is subordinated to nature. Six architectural facilities are located in the Zoom Natury Recreational Park, including single-storey pavilions, intended for administrative and exhibition purposes, as well as an observation tower and a bridge for cyclists and pedestrians.

    Nizio Design International — Zoom Natury in Janów Lubelski, Poland

    In the exhibition pavilions, the designers have created multimedia laboratories, thanks to which Zoom Natury’s educational function is achieved. The main message imparted by this complex of laboratories is learning about proper human influence on the environment, taking a glimpse into the secrets of nature and participation in exhibitions, at different levels of knowledge and development.

    Nizio Design International — Zoom Natury in Janów Lubelski, Poland

    The Zoom Natury site comprises a series of facilities of an ecological character – both in form and purpose. Classic reinforced concrete building structures are finished using natural materials. The building uses environmentally friendly solutions, such as heat pumps, used to heat all of the facilities while reducing the combustion of fossil fuels such as gas or fuel oil. The water used in bathrooms can be heated with solar and photovoltaic panels.

    Nizio Design International — Zoom Natury in Janów Lubelski, Poland

    The characteristic, dynamic reinforced concrete construction symbolizing the forest, which sustains a timber-built, horizontal and openwork canopy, constitutes a symbolic ‘Gateway’ to Zoom Natury. A building with a total area of 363.14 square metres is located at the beginning of the main pedestrian walkway and leads visitors into the space of the Park. Inside, there is an office area and toilets, along with a ticket and souvenirs sales booth. Gabions in the form of steel nets have been used on the facade of the building. Natural local materials have been used on the inside – stones and trunks of different tree species. In addition to improving the thermal properties of the building, this solution also has an educational aspect – it acquaints visitors with materials derived from local natural resources.

    Nizio Design International — Zoom Natury in Janów Lubelski, Poland

    The aforementioned ‘Gateway’ leads visitors into the heart of Zoom Natury, i.e. Energy Square. Here, all the paths for exploring the facility intersect. The energy accumulating in this point flows not only from nature. It is also generated by using the muscle strength of those visitors who operate an interactive sculpture-machine set up in the square. By moving and playing with the elements of the fan, Archimedes machine, spring-loaded machinery or the compressor, visitors learn how kinetic energy is converted into sound or electricity. This place is dedicated to fun, science, physics and mechanics. Here too are located illuminated fountains built into the paving of the square.

    Nizio Design International — Zoom Natury in Janów Lubelski, Poland

    The ‘Zoom Natury Main Laboratory’ is in essence the most important feature of the Recreational Park. This is a characteristic building looming out of the landscape with total area of 407.16 square metres, whose walls give the impression of rising from out of the ground. It features a design that allows its elevation to completely ‘fuse’ with the surrounding greenery, thanks to the creepers that cover it. The roof of the building has been put to use as a lookout point and a resting place thanks to wooden elements of small architecture and the low growing vegetation embedded in its structure. Located in the very centre of the park, this facility serves an exhibition function. It houses 3D displays and multimedia exhibits concerning botany and zoology, natural history, and protected species.

    Nizio Design International — Zoom Natury in Janów Lubelski, Poland

    Adjacent to the central laboratory are three twin exhibition pavilions with organic shapes resembling caterpillars (each with a total area of 160.91 square metres). The reinforced concrete structures, with glazing that reflects the view of the lush green surrounding area, integrate with the environment. The buildings are finished with natural materials. Vertical wooden blinds, slightly parted, open up to what is hidden within the pavilions. At the same time they provide shade, which is necessary due to the multimedia exhibits located inside of the buildings.

    Nizio Design International — Zoom Natury in Janów Lubelski, Poland

    Housed in the first of the facilities is the “Laboratorium Runo leśne” (“Herbaceous layer laboratory”), whose exhibits are intended for the youngest visitors. The space of this laboratory is filled with workshop, multimedia and sensory-motor demonstrations. The main idea behind this exhibition is to acquaint children with basic information on botany and develop their nature observation skills.

    Nizio Design International — Zoom Natury in Janów Lubelski, Poland

    The second of the twin buildings accommodates the “Laboratorium Awifauny i Troposfery” (“Birdlife and troposphere laboratory”), showcasing the richness of the avifauna around Janów, the principles of aerodynamics and unusual weather phenomena. The section dedicated to the troposphere contains presentations of the phenomena occurring in the thinnest layer of the atmosphere.

    Nizio Design International — Zoom Natury in Janów Lubelski, Poland

    The third building is the “Laboratorium Recyklingu i Energii”( “Recycling and Energy Laboratory”), which presentation is dedicated to various kinds and sources of energy and their use, as well as ideas, ways and means of recycling. This exhibition reflects one of the main ideas behind the Recreational Park, which is to shape pro-ecological attitudes. The wall of waste, the mosaic made of recycled glass, the electrical installations designed using empty beverage cans, bottles and cartons are examples of the solutions applied here.

    Nizio Design International — Zoom Natury in Janów Lubelski, Poland

    The culmination of the complex is an 11-metre high education tower. Other attractions at Zoom Natury include cycle paths, outdoor gym and boulodrome, as well as a Park Linowy (Rope Park) unlike any other in the country, and a half-kilometre long stretch of dunes and beach.

    Nizio Design International — Zoom Natury in Janów Lubelski, Poland

    The harmonious combination of the facilities, small architectural elements and the ordered planning imposed on the completed facility means that the visitors’ area of the Recreational Park is tailored to the needs of various age groups. The marked out pedestrian and biking paths and the radial arrangement of avenues leading from the central point of the Park – Energy Square – to the various facilities situated on its territory provides easy access to the park’s adjacent green areas to the visitors.

    Nizio Design International — Zoom Natury in Janów Lubelski, Poland

    -The buildings have been designed so as not to dominate the environment. They give the impression of being embedded in and integrated with the extraordinary natural landscape surrounding the waters of the Zalew Janowski bay. The idea was to exploit the potential and context of a site that is completely immersed in nature, and is both nature and visitor friendly– says Mirosław Nizio owner of Nizio Design International.

    “http://www.nizio.com.pl/pl/park_rekreacyjny_zoom_natury_w_janowie_lubelskim”


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    ENTE / COMMITTENTE: Privato ANNO: 2013 – 2014 TIPO DI PRESTAZIONE: Progetto esecutivo, D.L. e SIC.

    Andrea Fiorentini — Ristrutturazione Villa con giardino


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    ENTE / COMMITTENTE: Cooperativo sociale i Pionieri ANNO: 2002 – 2004 TIPO DI PRESTAZIONE: Progetto esecutivo D.L. e SIC.

    Andrea Fiorentini — Nuovo Centro Residenziale per disabili - Via Bellarmino, Milano

    Andrea Fiorentini — Nuovo Centro Residenziale per disabili - Via Bellarmino, Milano

    Andrea Fiorentini — Nuovo Centro Residenziale per disabili - Via Bellarmino, Milano

    Andrea Fiorentini — Nuovo Centro Residenziale per disabili - Via Bellarmino, Milano


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    The project is located in the city of Mouvaux in the north of France. The multi-activities indoor hall is revealed by an imbrication of volumes. Each volume represents a specific function : the first one, on the entrance square, hosts the gymnastic room, overhung by a second volume occupied by the dance hall. The third volume, opened on the other side of the city, shows the most impressive part of the program : the multisport hall. This strong volumetric expression is sublimated by a subtle treatment of the facades. The facades highlight the volumes. Each aims to express their own identity by the way the materials are implemented.

    deAlzua+ — Multi-purpose sports hall

    The dance hall is dressed with a brick moucharabieh that leaves a subtle play of movements on the outside and creates, inside the room, a light filter subdued and intimate.

    deAlzua+ — Multi-purpose sports hall

    The gymnastics volume, which covers the one dedicated to dance, is covered with a coat of brick implemented in order to catch the light and invite passers-by to look up. This largely closed volume is perforated with free and targeted openings, creating a dynamic relationship with the various environments present in the urban context in which the multi activity hall sets up.

    deAlzua+ — Multi-purpose sports hall

    The third volume in the back is materialized by a glass façade at the ground level and surmounted by a large volume of u-glass, offering a double dialogue. From the inside, the filter created by the u-glass offers an interesting play of shadows with the surrounding trees and the life of the city. From the outside, this opalescent glass reveals the life inside the room. The part of clear glass on the ground floor allows passersby to sit in the stands integrated into the vegetation.

    deAlzua+ — Multi-purpose sports hall

    Nested between these volumes, is a space in the extension of the public space. This public area is dedicated to all the users of the building and the spectators. It brings together the circulation, distributes the entire program and hosts the club house of the multisport complex. The materiality variations in this project reveal the importance of playing with scales and mark a sequencing of the program.

    deAlzua+ — Multi-purpose sports hall

    It seeks to express the dual identity of the site: on the square side, a work on the modesty and subtlety and on the garden side a play with translucency. Our work was motivated by the intention to give a strong identity to the multi-activity hall and to Mouvaux’s citycentre.

    deAlzua+ — Multi-purpose sports hall

    The project has been designed in order to respect the existing context and with the conscious that an innovation in the space would serve the new urban dynamic, coherent and fully alive.

    deAlzua+ — Multi-purpose sports hall

    deAlzua+ — Multi-purpose sports hall

    deAlzua+ — Multi-purpose sports hall

    deAlzua+ — Multi-purpose sports hall

    deAlzua+ — Multi-purpose sports hall

    deAlzua+ — Multi-purpose sports hall


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    The new Bauhaus Museum competition area lay down on the border of the City Park of Dessau. The Area faces two relevant urban elements: on the west side it faces the City Park while on the east side it faces the main road Kavalierstraße and the pedestrian way Ratsgasse.

    Carlo Rivi — Bauhaus Museum, Dessau

    Render View

    The urban environment and the idea that the museum is a civic and public value has lead the decision to build the main public spaces of the museum programme along the Kavalierstraße. On this side are planned all the visitor service and the museum education spaces. The urban node between Kavalierstraße and Friedrichstraße becomes the Bauhaus Museum new square.

    Carlo Rivi — Bauhaus Museum, Dessau

    Render View

    From the corner it extends up becoming the open space foyer in a large terrace facing the museum main entrance. From the terrace it will be possible to access the cafeteria and the museum education spaces directly. On the west side the relevance presence of the City Park generates a sort of “inflection” of the building which let and bring the park close to the foyer. Here is planned the museum park entrance that can be used also as group access. The park level rise up in this part to reach the floor level of the museum.

    Carlo Rivi — Bauhaus Museum, Dessau

    Render View

    The functions programme is clearly subdivided by main areas. The exhibition space is designed as a large room that can be easily organized using a movable wall system to divide the space for the collection presentation and the temporary exhibition. Two large windows will give to the visitor the possibility to observe the City Park. Both are thought to be partially or completely blacked depending on the exhibition needs. The logistic area is placed on the north side of the site, the access for the delivery trucks will be from Friedrichstraße as suggested by the competition programme.

    Carlo Rivi — Bauhaus Museum, Dessau

    Site Plan

    On Friedrichstraße are also planned the bus and taxi parking. The car parking are also located in the area suggested by the programme, starting from here the visitor will walk through the park and reach the museum park entrance.

    Carlo Rivi — Bauhaus Museum, Dessau

    Plan

    Carlo Rivi — Bauhaus Museum, Dessau

    Sections and Elevations

    Carlo Rivi — Bauhaus Museum, Dessau

    Functions Layout


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    ENTE / COMMITTENTE: Comune di Milano ANNO: 2005 TIPO DI PRESTAZIONE: Ristrutturazione e adeguamento normativo – Progetto esecutivo e SIC.

    Andrea Fiorentini — Scuola Vacanze di Andora (SV)

    Andrea Fiorentini — Scuola Vacanze di Andora (SV)

    Andrea Fiorentini — Scuola Vacanze di Andora (SV)

    Andrea Fiorentini — Scuola Vacanze di Andora (SV)


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    La piazza dell’Isolotto, oggetto del concorso, si trova nella periferia sud-occidentale della città di Firenze, più precisamente nel rione da cui prende il nome, Isolotto appunto, ricompreso nel Quartiere 4. Nei primi anni Cinquanta, l’Isolotto fu oggetto di interesse dell’I.N.A.-Casa, ovvero da un piano di intervento dello stato per realizzarvi edilizia residenziale pubblica. Nello specifico il progetto del nuovo quartiere dell’Isolotto viene concepito secondo i criteri del “quartiere autosufficiente”, caratterizzato da basse densità edilizie e da una rilevante presenza di verde, applicando standard ottimali per garantire un equo rapporto tra offerta dei servizi e numero di abitanti. Nel 1954 fu ultimata la prima parte più consistente del progetto, il quale una volta realizzato, dalla disposizione dei vari elementi urbanistici presenti nella zona, faceva fortemente notare che i modelli ispiratori dell’intervento furono new towns inglesi: infatti gli spazi pubblici della collettività si alternano ritmicamente ad aree private. Un altro modello urbanistico che influenzò non poco la pianificazione del nuovo quartiere dell’Isolotto fu quello della città satellite, un concetto urbanistico che si riferisce essenzialmente a piccole aree metropolitane disposte alla periferia di metropoli più vaste. L’Isolotto, che ormai ha sessanta anni, è un vero e proprio “quartiere satellite”. Il Quartiere 4, oggi, si presenta come uno dei quartieri a bassa densità di popolazione più verdi di Firenze. E’ interessato da infrastrutture moderne quali la Linea 1 della Tramvia Fiorentina, molti centri commerciali e importanti assi viari, quali la S.G.C. per Pisa e Livorno e l’Autostrada del Sole (A1). La piazza dell’Isolotto, fin dalla sua realizzazione, è stata sempre considerata il cuore pulsante dell’omonimo quartiere. Pur non avendo una posizione centrale, si trova comunque ad essere un punto di riferimento importante per i flussi di entrata ed uscita dal quartiere. Infatti la sua vicinanza all’Arno e allo speculare Parco urbano delle Cascine, fa si che la piazza dell’Isolotto sia una cesura importante, una zona filtro sia da un punto di vista geografico che, specialmente, sociale, quest’ultimo dovuto alla presenta della Parrocchia della chiesa Beata Vergine Maria Madre delle Grazie (da ritenersi una vera e propria testimonianza storica dell’area in esame). La piazza inoltre è sede di un noto mercato giornaliero, uno dei motivi per cui in essa è presente una delle principali aree di parcheggio interne al quartiere. Per affrontare il progetto di riqualificazione di Piazza dell’Isolotto, è stata ritenuta necessaria una visione strategica dettata principalmente dal buon senso, dalla buona economia e dallo studio necessario della storia del quartiere, per coglierne al meglio la sua anima. Ciò significa che, nonostante il problema maggiormente riscontrato inerente la piazza sia la sua “vivibilità”– soprattutto negli orari in cui il mercato non c’è– la diagnosi non sarà quella di rivedere completamente e drasticamente il suo disegno originale, ma di riordinarla semmai, rendendola più accessibile dall’umanità che vi transita, cercando soprattutto di recuperare gli spazi che attualmente funzionano e ridisegnandone di nuovi, ma il concetto guida deve essere sempre la riconoscibilità e la vivibilità da parte dei suoi abitanti.

    Nazzareno Vacca, Margherita Vacca — Riqualificazione di Piazza dell'Isolotto a Firenze

    Tavola di Progetto 1: Planimetria 1:500

    Nazzareno Vacca, Margherita Vacca — Riqualificazione di Piazza dell'Isolotto a Firenze

    Tavola di Progetto 2: Dettagli: Il Mercato, La Pista Ciclabile, La Vegetazione

    Nazzareno Vacca, Margherita Vacca — Riqualificazione di Piazza dell'Isolotto a Firenze

    Tavola di Progetto 3: Render di Progetto

    Nazzareno Vacca, Margherita Vacca — Riqualificazione di Piazza dell'Isolotto a Firenze

    Concept Architettonico

    Nazzareno Vacca, Margherita Vacca — Riqualificazione di Piazza dell'Isolotto a Firenze

    Concept Urbanistico

    Nazzareno Vacca, Margherita Vacca — Riqualificazione di Piazza dell'Isolotto a Firenze

    Configurazione 1 del Mercato

    Nazzareno Vacca, Margherita Vacca — Riqualificazione di Piazza dell'Isolotto a Firenze

    Configurazione 2 del Mercato

    Nazzareno Vacca, Margherita Vacca — Riqualificazione di Piazza dell'Isolotto a Firenze

    Configurazione 3 del Mercato

    Nazzareno Vacca, Margherita Vacca — Riqualificazione di Piazza dell'Isolotto a Firenze

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