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A soft yet distinctive and characterizing intervention. Renovated without changing the interior layout, Casa Sazu has been rethought in its details and physiognomy, under the banner of a minimalist and contemporary taste, essential yet sophisticated. The floor, made of architectural concrete, was imagined on the basis of the existing one, in keepin...
Project name
Casa Zuba
Architecture firm
ZDA | Zupelli Design Architettura
Location
Orzinuovi, Brescia, Lombardy, Italy
Photography
Matteo Sturla
In the north-western part of South Tyrol, at the edge of the Ötztal Alps, lies the alpine farming village of Planeil at 1600m above sea level. As one of the driest areas in this region the mountain streams, such as the Puni River, are central lifelines for agriculture and local artisans. Another important use of the water is the use of hydroelectri...
Project name
Hydroelectric Power Station 'Punibach'
Architecture firm
monovolume architecture + design
Location
Mals, South Tyrol, Italy
Photography
René Riller
Traditional construction methods combined with modern living comfort in the midst of breath-taking scenery. These aspects characterize House K2 on the Renon high plateau. Surrounded by woods and meadows, the building offers an ideal retreat in the middle of the mountains.
Project name
House K2
Architecture firm
monovolume architecture + design
Location
Oberbozen, South Tyrol, Italy
Photography
Giovanni De Sandre
An ancient barrel-vaulted workshop hides under the dust of history along one of the oldest trade streets of Bolzano. noa* network of architecture breathes new life into this space, transforming it into a welcoming bistro poised between historical heritage and contemporary finesse.
Project name
Bogen
Architecture firm
noa* network of architecture
Location
Via Dr. Josef Streiter, 31, Bolzano, Italy
Photography
Alex Filz
“The Number 6” is an Italian restoration project for the historical Palazzo Valperga Galleani di Canelli di Barbaresco implemented in 2012 and 2013 by the Building Group, based in Turin since 1983 and owned by Piero Boffa.
Project name
The Number 6
Architecture firm
Gruppo Building / Boffa Petrone & Partners
Location
Turin, Italy
Photography
Piero Ottaviano©
On the north-western Italian Alps, amid the lakes and solitary peaks of the Vialattea area, rises one of the most evocative landscapes in Piedmont, the Monti della Luna, or "mountains of the moon", named for the lunar-like terrain. The magnificent scenery is like something out of a fairy-tale with its numerous valleys and mountains: ideal for trips...
Project name
Andromeda / Moontain House
Architecture firm
Gruppo Building, Boffa Petrone & Partners
Location
Sagnalonga - Comune di Cesana Torinese, Italy
Photography
Piero Ottaviano
The Tower of Villa Mogna: a stairway to the sky, a tower you can live in on the Turin hill, project by the Building Group, design by Boffa Petrone & Partners. In Pecetto, the "village of cherries" located on the hill south-east of Turin, stands the historic Villa Mogna, so called because it was the ancient residence of Mario Mogna, the mayor of the...
Project name
The Tower of Villa Mogna
Architecture firm
Gruppo Building / Boffa Petrone & Partners
Location
Pecetto Torinese, Turin, Italy
Photography
Piero Ottaviano
Freebooter is the first developed and designed biophilic residential project of Amsterdam-based architecture and design practice, GG-loop. The complex, situated on the center of Amsterdam’s Zeeburgereiland and with an eyeline to the Ij River, consists of two, two-bedroom apartments of 120 m² each.
Project name
Freebooter
Architecture firm
GG-loop
Location
Amsterdam, Netherlands
Photography
Francisco Nogueira, Michael Sieber