VILLA LIBERTYCastel Mella, Brescia, IT, 2006
The villa, a typical example of italian art nouveau architecture (Italian: liberty style) of the earliest decades of the 1900, is located within a large park with Italian gardens and tall trees, a large square and the outside garage. The restoration on this three-levels villa with a basement has had to take account of all the constructional peculiarities of the structure, made of brick and stone bearing masonry, and the textural choices of external reports completely frescoed and supplemented by rationalist balustrades. The internal redistribution of environments doesn't mess with the new requirements of the owners, however does not disrupt the typical system of this dwelling. The roof structure was completely rebuilt in hardwood elements to view, and the external decoration of the facade, with frieze above the rusticated ashlar imitation, are rehabilitated and maintained.
2006: project; 2008-2011: realization
Architectural design, construction management, safety (CSP-CSE)