In this section it is possible to consult a selection of projects qualified as reference case studies and a short list of recent projects just concluded or still underway that represent our design reality.
A responsible redevelopment project capable of restoring the uniqueness of a place to its environmental and landscape context thanks to a “socially active” architecture, promoting sustainable use of the immense mountain heritage of the Alpine area surrounding the Matterhorn.
The ‘Pietro Barilla’ Children’s Hospital in Parma expresses an approach to paediatric care in which architecture itself contributes to the care of young patients and pursues the objective of safeguarding the total well-being of people, starting from the principle that ‘not everything about a sick child is sick’.
The design of the M4 metro line in Milan facilitates seamless integration with various collective mobility systems, effectively intertwining relationships between surface and underground infrastructures. The multidisciplinary approach led to an innovative, safe, and inclusive result that engages in a constructive dialogue with the legacy of designers Albini and Norda. Their pioneering work laid the initial groundwork for Milan’s MM1.
An intervention that, as early as 2011, has underscored the importance of adopting a new cultural approach to the project. We aim to create functional spaces of significant natural and environmental value that seamlessly interact with the plant’s technological buildings. We achieve this by applying innovative concepts in landscape protection and ecological mitigation, shaping a new, contemporary landscape.
In the “XXV Aprile” Mix House project, the architectural, structural, and plant engineering choices embody a paradigm of eco-sustainable, functionally flexible, and inclusive architecture. This approach champions a new culture of living and social interaction that prioritizes the needs of individuals and the community. The design strives to create an environment that welcomes individuals with diverse needs, fostering a sense of community across generations and ethnicities through synergistic relationships.
The Waterfront redevelopment project in Marina di Carrara aims to enhance functionality, services, and relationships between the port area and the urban context. Positioned as a strategic intervention, it promotes the tourism offerings of northern Tuscany, characterized by a complex commercial system, an extensive coastline, and the historical-naturalistic system of the Apuan marble basin.