Casillo Headquarters by Alvisi Kirimoto + Partners

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Alvisi Kirimoto + Partners Srl (Massimo Alvisi, Junko Kirimoto, Alessandra Spiezia, Arabella Rocca).
Project team
Leonardo Lorusso, Enrico Pisani, Sara Averardi.
Structural engineering: ing. Giovanni Loiudice.
Mechanical and electrical engineering: ing. Mario Semproni.
Construction site supervision: Ufficio .
Tecnico Casillo: Ing. Michele Coviello.
Security: Ing. Sabino Lotito.
Molino Casillo.
4,500 sqm (building).
1,500 sqm (outdoor spaces).
Beginning of project: 2008.
Construction: 2009-2012.
Via Sant’Elia, Corato, Bari, Italy.
Approximately 6,5 million €.
Concrete: Tecnodelta Costruzioni Spa.
Metalwork and woodwork: O.C.M. Srl. Windows and doors: Coesi Srl.
Iron works: Sergio Menduni.
Woodwork: Spaziodue Snc.
Wood finishes and flooring: Schinco Parquet.
Furniture and movable panels: Frezza Spa.
Technological systems: Luigi Perrone Srl.
Electrical systems: Ram Elettronica Srl.
Industrial floors: Vinella Srl.

Massimo Alvisi, Junko Kirimoto. ALVISI KIRIMOTO + PARTNERS

Alvisi Kirimoto + Partners, after 10 years of working in collaboration with architects like Renzo Piano, Massimiliano Fuksas and Oscar Niemeyer, Massimo Alvisi and Junko Kirimoto founded the architecture office Alvisi Kirimoto + Partners in 2002. A few years afterwards they established an engineering partnership with Alessandra Spiezia and Arabella Rocca in 2008.

The main finished projects by Alvisi Kirimoto + Partners are: Molino Casillo Headquarters in Puglia, Italy; a complex of small and medium factories in Barletta (Bari), Italy; the Naples Fine Arts Academy Theater, Italy; a hotel in Dalmine (Bergamo), Italy; a residential building in Trani (Bari), Italy; the temporary pavilions for the Rome Cinema Fest, Italy; the new Japanese restaurant Hamasei in Rome, Italy; the Davide Cenci’s stores in Rome and in Milan, Italy; the TIM shop Il telefonino in Genova and the TIM showroom in Rome, Italy.

The office has collected several awards in the past few years: first prize for “Meno è più 4” competition for a nursery and civic centre in Rome; second prize for “Piccole Stazioni Ferroviarie” competition; second prize for “Madrid 2016 – kayak site” competition for Madrid Olympic nomination; first prize for the “Corato Theatre restoration” competition, a building which was recently opened to the public. Among various prizes, the AIT Award 2012 for the Naples Art Academy Theater, selected in the category: public building interiors.




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