Hangar of knowledge. The Roberto Rocca Innovation Building by Filippo Taidelli Architects

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Design and Works Management.- Techint Engineering & Construction
Structure design: S.C.E. project S.r.l.
Faces Engineering, Geom. Adriano Venir, Rigone Engineering Studio.
Design and construction of greenery.- Area 68 S.r.l.
Lighting Designer.- Rossi Bianchi Lighting Design.
General contractor.- Colombo Costruzioni S.r.l.
Electrical and mechanical systems.- Landi S.p.A.
Facades.- Coiver Cladding.
Pieve S.r.l.
6,000 sqm.
April 2024.
Pieve Emanuele, Milan, Italy.
Wooden construction systems.- Rubner Haus S.r.l.
Ventilated facades.- Coiver Cladding S.r.l.
Internal partitions and plasterboard.- Coiver Contract S.r.l.
Internal glass partitions.- Universal Selecta.
SPA Sound-absorbing panels.- Fantoni SPA.
Stoneware tiles.- Casalgrande Padana SPA, Linoleum flooring: Forbo Resilienti S.r.l.
PVC flooring.- Gerflor S.p.a, Artigo S.p.A. Facade systems.- Schuco International Italia.
Furnishings.- Arper SPA, Manerba S.p.a., Ergospace Srl, Idea Legno Piu' S.n.c. by Foglieni Giuseppe
Fasoli Flavio and Triboldi.

Filippo Taidelli Architects. FTA

Filippo Taidelli is an Italian architect who has been working with his multidisciplinary architecture and design studio in Milan since 2005. In his work he implements integrated projects on various scales, focusing on residential, commercial and tertiary interventions.

His activity focuses on research and innovative interventions in the health sector and in the urban modernization sector for the energy requalification of existing buildings. In recent years he has taught at the IED in Turin and at the Polytechnic of Milan.

Among the most important awarded projects are the Humanitas University Campus with the Mario Luzzatto Student House student residences and the Roberto Rocca Innovation Building that houses the new headquarters of the Medicine and Biomedical Engineering degree in Pieve Emanuele (MI), the International F.C. Training Center in Appiano Gentile (CO) - which received the Next Energy Prize 2008 and the Zenale Building in Milan - awarded the Bio Architecture Prize 2012.



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