The planimetry of the building follows a central distribution axis oriented on the east-west axis of the building, where on one side is inserted the “comb” generated by the three buildings hosting the wards, while on the other the plate is developed.
In the central connecting spine, apart from the hallways, vertical connections find space. There are passages different for visitors, patients,
An investment of 600 thousands euros that will be paid of in seven years, the industrial archeology building of the former Bellora in via Leonardo da Vinci was implemented with a solar panel system with a power of 190 kilowatts. 1.347 sqm of panels of european technology, made with completely recyclable materials, are placed on the bays in order not to change the original structure of the historical
Five floors, a spectacular internal courtyard and 160 rooms, of which fifty with a view. On the roof, a large terrace hosts the vegetable garden where the chef cultivates the ingredients of the dishes proposed at the restaurant Carlina, on the ground floor.Year 2013 F.lli Zaffaroni electrical and special systems
Since November 2014 we are working with Expo in order to build different pavillons: Angola, Brazil, Thailand and WINE Pavillion taking care of the realization of electrical and heating systems.Year 2014-2015 F.lli Zaffaroni electric and special implants
The megastore has an area of six thousand square meters, employs over two hundred people, operates in six major product categories (from food and beverage to clothing, from home decor to jewelry and watches, to cosmetics) and offers a contemporary search in luxury sustainable set up in the bright spaces of a fifties building designed by architect Giovanni Muzio between via Durini and via Borgogna.
In total the projects is composed by three new buildings. The first two, belonging to Fondazione Feltrinelli, overlook viale Pasubio, along the perimeter of the ancient Spanish walls. They host the Fondazione, its library, shops and offices. 188 metres in length and 32 in height, five floors and a style “inspired- tell Pritzker, Jacques Herzog and Pierre De Meuron – by the simplicity and