Former 17th century convent designed, restored and adapted to public housing with the construction of 60 dwellings, while ensuring the architectural integrity of the building, both formal and material, through reversible interventions aimed at preserving the original structural role of the elements and using materials compatible with the pre-existing materials.
This technique allowed not only the conservation of the architectural integrity of the building but also to maintain substantially the structural role of each building element.
– Implementation of lighting system with remote control electronic systems and remote control with related data transmission systems realized with optical fiber; Photometric, radiometric and colorimetric measurement for interiors and exteriors as well as control for the protection of visual hygiene
– 10,000 ML of armed rivets
– 22,000 square meters of flooring
– 31,000 sq.m of plaster
– 11,500 square meters of floors
– 1,000 MQ of wooden frames
average workforce employed about 30 workers assigned to the various tasks