Abate Zanetti Center – Murano – Venice

Old disused shed transformed and converted into a school for Murano master glassmakers. A new roof has been built with iron trusses for over 50,000 kg of iron, an intermediate floor with predalles and new walls with old-style exposed bricks. All the iron structures have been treated with graphite and the finishes with stainless steel. The floors are in flamed and bush-hammered Piacenza stone. A particular construction consists of large windows typical of Murano with shaped architraves. Furthermore, a blown glass processing oven and a series of slideways for the melted product have been produced.
– Construction of temalic systems, internal and external road electrical systems, and complete thermomechanical plants with relative thermal power stations and electric energy transformation stations
– All electrical, anti-intrusion, fire-prevention and air-conditioning systems have been designed to be managed and controlled by supervision and remote management systems using hardware and software
; Photometric, radiometric and colorimetric measurement for interiors and exteriors as well as control for the protection of visual hygiene
– 60,000 KG of removal of iron works
– 40,000 KG of metal beams for trusses
– 50,000 KG of profiled and processed beams
– 2,000 square meters of new roofing
– 1,500 square meters of paving of Piacenza plates
– labor force employed on average about 50 workers assigned to the various tasks