Santa Lucia di Piave - Treviso


Project approach involves the redefinition of the current architectural volume through an element functional to insulation, shading and shelter from rainfall, which covers the current office building like a second skin, by creating, from the volumetric point of view, a monolith whose austerity is amplified by the mono-material surface. The expressive strenght of the building is emphasized by the hanging façade, detached from the basement, thanks by a metal truss which is carefully sized to ensure structural stability. This hanging volume is highlighted, during the day, by a different surface treatment: a metal net in stainless steel, dark gray,  named “Spazzolagrano”, with a square wire of 1.7 x 1.7 mm and a square texture of 2.3 x 2.3 mm, in contrast to the light gray paving of the basement, made in washed gravel “Sassoitalia”. In the evening, a lighting system incorporated into the structure, will emphasize the abovementioned effect as well as ensuring an optimal lighting of the paths and a view in transparency of the two internal open-air gardens, placed in the two opposite corners of the basement.

MAO Architects
Santa Lucia di Piave - Treviso
Groos Floor Area
418 sq. m
Soligon S.p.A.

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