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3 Aug 2017
Reale Group office building
Design: Iotti + Pavarani Architetti Artecna
Reale Group Office Building
photography : Fernando Guerra | FG+SG fotografia de arquitectura

Reale Group Office Building in Turin
The new operations headquarters of Reale Group in Turin was recently opened. It was built on ground of the southwestern border of the city’s Roman castrum to replace a pre-existing building from the Seventies. The historical and contemporary merge in a dialectic relationship with the context that catalyzes new regenerative processes of the urban and social fabric of the city.

La Serenissima Office, Turati, Milan, north west Italy
Design: Park Associati
La Serenissima Building
photo : Andrea Martiradonna

La Serenissima Office – 7 Jan 2013
When this building was built, it was considered to be modern and technologically advanced, even experimental. Today however, many of its undeniably attractive aspects have become outdated with regards to current standards of building construction. For this reason the new owner, aware of its quality and evocative presence, decided to bring in architects to redesign the complex.

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This page contains a selection of major Italian office building designs, with links to individual project pages. We’ve selected what we feel are the key Italy Buildings, but additions are always welcome.

MedaTeca Building, Meda, nr. Milan, Lombardy, northern Italy
Design: Alterstudio Partners
MedaTeca Building
photo from architects

MedaTeca Building – 6 Apr 2012
“This is MedaTeca: a contemporary architecture whose design, materials, façades colours and the large full-length windows that give onto the road, convey the public vocation of the building. The spaces are bright and comfortable, with double-height rooms and views between a floor and the other, furnished with pieces of the best Italian and International design and others especially designed by Alterstudio Partners.”

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Italy Architecture Designs, alphabetical:

B5 Building for RCS Mediagroup, Milan
Design: Barreca & La Varra, Architects
B5 Building for RCS Mediagroup Milan
photo : Paolo Rosselli

B5 Building Milan

Blaas head office in Bolzano, northern Italy
monovolume architecture+design
Blaas Building
photograph : Oskar Da

Blaas Bolzano

Bologna Civic Offices
Mario Cucinella Architects
Bologna Civic Offices
photo : Daniele Domenicali

Bologna Civic Offices

Bolzano building
Chapman Taylor + Claudio Lucchin
Bolzano building
image from architect

Bolzano building

Domino, Turin, north west Italy
Domino Torino Turin
photo : Beppe Giardino

Domino Turin

Lomazzo Office, Como, Lombardy
Studio di Architettura Marco Castelletti
Lomazzo Office Building
photo : Filippo Simonetti – Brunate

Lomazzo Office

Salewa Spa Headquarters, northern Italy
Park Associati – Cino Zucchi Architetti
Salewa Spa HQ
photo : Cino Zucchi Architetti

Salewa Spa Headquarters

Serpentine Building, Treviso, Veneto
D+R dipiuerre architettura
Serpentine Building
image from architects

Serpentine Building Treviso

Tosetto Weigmann & Associates, Turin
Tosetto Weigmann & Associates
photo : Beppe Giardino

Tosetto Weigmann & Associates

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