Italian Architecture News 2020, New Buildings in Italy, Construction Design, Property Images, Architects
Italian Architecture News
Key Contemporary Buildings in Italia, Southern Europe Built Environment Updates
post updated 6 Mar 2020
Italian Architectural News
Italian Building News
Italian Architecture Design – chronological list
27 July 2020
Schäfer House, San Candido, the Dolomites, North East Italy
Design: Plasma Studio
photograph : Michael Pezzei
House in San Candido
The building is located in the historical center of San Candido, a small touristic village in the Dolomites. In the first three storeys (including one underground floor) it houses a department store while the upper three storeys have been transformed from a partly underused attic space into four large, independent apartments for the owner and his 3 daughters.
5 Mar 2020
Südtirol Home, Anterselva, South Tyrol, northern Italy
photo : Alex Filz
Is it possible to taste, smell and feel a country? Yes, it is. With the finest nuances, noa* brings the Südtirol-Home’ guests in Antholz on an exciting olfactory and visual journey of discovery through South Tyrol.
8 Jan 2020
Palermo Seaview Apartments, Sicily
Design: Pucciocollodoro Architetti
picture : Puccio Collodoro Architetti
Seaview Apartments in Palermo
This accommodation facility is set within an imposing and modern building called ‘Ponte sul Mare’, which houses residences, accommodation and business activities. The building is situated in the Politeama district, the heart of the city of Palermo.
Italian Architecture News 2019
28 Dec 2019
Yellow and Terrazzo House, Bulciago, Northern Italy
Main Architects: Francesca Perani Enterprise + Bloomscape architecture
photography : Francesca Perani
House in Bulciago, Northern Italy
A subtle yet contemporary architectural restoration reinterpreting the character of local 1970s residential buildings.
16 Dec 2019
Sant’Antonio Square, Trieste, northeast Italy
rendering : MCA / Incept
Musical Sant’Antonio Trieste, Italy Landscape Design
Matteo Cainer Architecture’s proposal for Sant’Antonio Square will restore the historical and poetic pathos of the place. With the transformation of the site into a graceful urban space for sharing different experiences and enjoying day to day life, citizens will gain a new awareness of the city and the sea.
30 Oct 2019
Markas Headquarters, North West Italy
Design: ATP Architects Engineers
photography : ATP/Becker
Markas Headquarters in Bolzano
13 Sep 2019
Italian Architects Declare Climate and Biodiversity Emergency
8 Italian architectural practices founded the Italian Architects Declare Climate and Biodiversity Emergency, an initiative born in May 2019 in the United Kingdom already counting more than 600 signatories like David Chipperfield, Foster + Partners and Zaha Hadid Architects.
This initiative aims at raising awareness among the architecture sector to front the climate crisis and protect biodiversity. Other countries, including Australia, Norway, Iceland, South Africa and New Zealand are joining the project.
The Italian firm signatories of Italian Architects Declare Climate and Biodiversity Emergency are Piuarch Studio, Schiattarella Associati, Archilinea, Park Associati, Michele De Lucchi Architects, Fuksas, Labics, ABDR.
The founders of the UK movement have found great interest and attention among international fellow architects and have decided to allow a wider delivery, assigning Piuarch the task of promoting and spreading the intent of this manifesto in our country too.
The Italian Architects Declare Climate and Biodiversity Emergency raises from the compelling need to put into practice the 11 objectives the declaration expresses. Designing energy efficient buildings is a requirement and an increasing priority on the Italian and European political agenda.
Founded by Francesco Fresa, Germán Fuenmayor, Gino Garbellini and Monica Tricario, Piuarch is a team of forty architects and engineers from all over the world. Piuarch develops public buildings, office complexes, residences, commercial spaces, boutique and urban plans, with a great attention to sustainability, the interaction between architecture and context and the relationship with art, use of natural materials and a focus on energy saving. Awarded with the “2013 Italian Architect of the Year” prize and with two Gold Medals for “Honorable Mention” at the Milan Triennale, and several times exhibited at the Venice Biennale of Architecture, Piuarch’s portfolio includes numerous architectural and interior design projects internationally built.
Piuarch – via Palermo 1, 20121 Milano T. + 39 0289096130 F. + 39 02875506 www.piuarch.it
21 Jun 2019
Z House in Tarvisio, Udine
17 Jun 2019
Apartment Z in Bozen, South Tyrol
15 Jun 2019
Swinging Frames in St. Ulrich, South Tyrol
10 Jun 2019
Valentinerhof #2 in Kastelruth, South Tyrol
1 Jun 2019
Zallinger Refuge in Saltria, South Tyrol
15 Apr 2019
PiaveFutur Social and Economic Sciences Campus, Padua
Design: David Chipperfield Architects Milan
image Courtesy architecture office
Italian Architecture Design
Winners of International Design Competition organised by the University of Padua for the construction of the new campus of Social and Economic Sciences called PiaveFutura: architectural practices selected for the restricted procedure competition included Bak Gordon, Barozzi Veiga, Cruz y Ortiz Arquitectos, and Foster & Partners, Sauerbruch Hutton.
2 Apr 2019
PRATIC 2 Headquarters, Udine, north east Italy
Design: GEA Gri e Zucchi Architettura srl
photograph : Javier Callejas
PRATIC 2 HQ in Udine
The productive and directional functions relate to the landscape without mimicry. The spaces are designed with the aim of establishing a constant relationship between interior and exterior. Thus Pratic becomes the landmark of the landscape.
1 Mar 2019
Alpago School Building, Belluno, Northern Italy
image from architecture office
New School Building in Northern Italy
A finalist in a recent design competition.
28 Feb 2019
Museum Quarter in Bolzano
18 Jan 2019
New Padova Stadium Building News
Progetto CMR concept design released for the new Calcio Padova stadium in Padua, Veneto, northern Italy.
The arena complex is a Sportium project, part of a redevelopment including the future sport citadel by Asci Architect’s Studio, and a retail park designed by IPT Project.
The new stadium will take the place of the existing Euganeo stadium, providing the city of Padua with an innovative structure in line with the highest UEFA standards.
The architectural concept includes water, which inspired the sinuous and flexible shapes of the landscape surrounding the stadium, and the traditional porticoes from this city, which are re-interpreted, creating a path around the installation that is totally permeable and accessible.
The structure of the stands is influenced by the Appiani stadium, a symbol of the city of Padova.
The new stadium, designed for a maximum capacity of 16,500 spectators, will also host complementary activities such as the team museum, shops and restaurants.
Progetto CMR recently designed the new Cagliari Calcio stadium building.
More Italian Architecture News online soon
Italian Architecture News from 2018
8 Oct 2018
The Greenary: Building a House around a Tree, Parma, north-central Italy
Architects: CRA-Carlo Ratti Associati
image Courtesy architecture office
Building a House around a Tree
A renovated farmhouse designed around a 10-meter-high tree growing within the main living area. Stepped areas encircle the leafy branches up to the top. The project is the first step of CRA’s winning master plan for Mutti tomato company, which calls for a closer integration between nature and the built environment.
25 Sep 2018
The new Ferrari Centro Stile, Maranello, Northern Italy
Architects: Design International and Planning
image Courtesy architecture office
Ferrari Centro Stile
The new Ferrari Centro Stile was unveiled to the world on 18 September 2018, coinciding with the launch of two new Ferrari car models produced in strictly limited edition: the Ferrari Monza Sp1 and Sp2.
11 May 2018
Facade of Basilica San Petronio – Wall as a Center, Bologna, Emilia Romagna, north-central Italy
Design: Inter-Esse Studio
image © IES
Basilica San Petronio, Bologna
The unfinished façade of the Basilica San Petronio in Bologna is completed by people’s presence. Here, there is no mechanism of control. This wall becomes an object that is accessible to everyone to be animated and appreciated by the public.
29 Mar 2018
Trieste Airport, Trieste, northeast Italy
photo : Dario Tettamanzi
Trieste Airport Building
The relaunching of Trieste Airport is continuing through a working partnership with Lombardini22 and, in particular, with FUD, the Lombardini22 brand specialising in physical branding and communication design, which previously designed the airport’s coordinated visual communication system, including the departures area and the name change from Ronchi dei Legionari Airport to Trieste Airport.
27 Mar 2018
New Woodco Headquarter, Trento
photograph : Claudia Calegari
New Woodco Headquarter in Trento
iarchitects designed the new Woodco Heaquarter in Trento a company located in northern Italy realizing wooden floors. The client asked for new offices and workspaces, but also renewing the company’s image.
22 Mar 2018
Rosa Alpina Hotel SPA Penthouse, Dolomites, Northern Italy
Architects: Vudafieri-Saverino Partner
photograph : Alex Filz
Rosa Alpina Hotel SPA Penthouse
The Italian architectural studio Vudafieri-Saverino Partners renews its collaboration with the Rosa Alpina Hotel SPA, a well-known symbol of Italian hospitality excellence. Located in the heart of the Dolomites, in the suggestive San Cassiano village in Alta Badia, the structure is one of The Leading Hotels of the World, boasting a three-star Michelin restaurant internally and an ample, recently-refurbished SPA area.
22 Feb 2018
ELAV Kitchen & Beer, Bergamo
Architects: Francesca Perani architetta / Marg Studio Annalisa Grasselli – Matteo Rota
photograph : Francesca Perani
ELAV Kitchen & Beer
Beer, eatery and design in one of the most characteristic streets in Bergamo’s old upper town. Independent brewery ELAV, original, home grown business renowned locally and throughout Europe for its product research and care, unveils a new design concept combining exclusive food and craft beer.
Jan 10, 2018
Messner Mountain Museum Corones, Mount Kronplatz, South Tyrol, northern Italy
Design: Zaha Hadid Architects
photograph © Inexhibit
Messner Mountain Museum Corones
Famous Italian mountaineer Reinhold Messner built the Messner Mountain Museum Corones on top of the Kronplatz mountain (2,275 m) in South Tyrol, Italy.
Italian Building News – archive for 2016 to 2017
More Italian Architecture News online soon
Location: Italy, southern Europe
New Buildings in Italy
Italian Architectural Designs – chronological list
Italian Architecture in major cities : news + key projects
Italian Buildings : Projects outwith major cities
Contemporary Italian Architecture by Type
Architecture in adjacent countries
Buildings / photos for the Italian Building News page welcome
Website: Visit Italy