EX ARSENALE LA MADDALENA | SEA PAVILION
The project for the Sea Pavilion is born from the conviction of the recovery of the existing granite arcades that used to host of the spaces used for the military car fleet of the ex Arsenale at La Maddalena, an approach characteristic of a project inspired The project for the Sea Pavilion is born from the conviction of the recovery of the existing granite arcades that used to host of the spaces used for the military car fleet of the ex Arsenale at La Maddalena, an approach characteristic of a project inspired on a principle of dialogue with the context, identity and history of the site. Restructured to host commercial, exhibition and educational spaces linked to nautical and touristic activities, the architecture, a open plan arrangement of different programs, is characterized above all by the 10.000 sqm white sail-like roof, suspended 10 meters from the ground and equipped with photovoltaic panels for the production of energy. This device, together with the incorporation of heat exchange systems that use seawater for the heating and cooling of the buildings and of solar panels for the production of hot water, forms part of a strategy that makes the project for the recovery of the ex Arsenale a model of sustainable practice tuned to the preservation of the extraordinary qualities of the Mediterranean landscape and the natural biodiversity that distinguish the archipelago of La Maddalena.
Ex Arsenale Maddalena_ Sea Pavillion
location: La Maddalena, Sardinia, Italy
year: 2008-2009 (completed)
client: Department for Civil Protection and Region of Sardinia
commission:Mixed-use commercial and exhibition and services structure dedicated to nautical and sailing events.
built area: 9.540 sqm
Stefano Boeri Architetti
Team Lot 4:
Michele Brunello (Project Coordination), Davor Popovic (Project leader House of the Sea and Sea Pavillion), Liverani / Molteni architets (Architect Responsible for the Catering Building), Barbara Cadeddu (Project leader for interventions outside the Arsenal), Marco Brega (Director Stefano Boeri Architetti)
Javier Deferrari (House of the Sea, Sea Pavilion), Andrea Grippo (Master plan and external areas, Sea Pavilion)
Andrea Barbierato (Sea Pavilion), Daniele Barillari (House of the Sea, Sea Pavilion), Mario Bastianelli (House of the Sea), Maurizio Burragato (Sea Pavilion), Marco Dessì (Master plan and external areas), Marco Giorgio (House of the Sea), Costantina Verzì (Master plan and external areas)
with the contribution of:
Alessandro Agosti, Lorenza Baroncelli, Stefano Baseggio, Kristina Drapic, Moataz Faissal Farid, Stefano Onnis, Corrado Longa, Fabrizio Piras, Davide Rapp, Sebastian Russi, Walter Dejana
Maddalena De Ferrari e Andrea Balestrero gruppo A12 (furnishing and outdoor areas), Emanuela Borio & Laura Gatti (Landscape Design), Favero & Milan (technical consultants), Ferrara Palladino (lighting), Attu Studio (video), Stack Studios (visualization Area 4), ONE & OFF e Sebastiano Conti Gallienti (models), Cesare Monti (Bodino Engineering)
Prof. Ing. Tommaso Albanesi, Ing. Simone Senesi
Prof. Ing. Silvio Albanesi (General Consultant), Ing. Luca Emiliani (Sea Pavilion)
Enrico Battistelli, Veronica del Grammastro, Massimo Guiducci, Mirko Malatesta, Giovanna Nardini, Mirco Piersimoni, Vito Praia, Paola Sanchioni, Daniele Santoni, Michele Stramigioli
MEP Engineering: ENETEC S.R.L. Ing. Renato Tito
Giorgio Landolfi (General Project and External Coordination), Simone Schowick (Thermal systems supervision), Emanuele Marrocchi (Thermal, hydric and external systems supervision), Adelio Pierella (Electrical systems), Ciro Boccarrato (Electrical systems), Claudio Carbonetti (Special Systems ) and: Roberto Amatucci, Alessandro Andolfi, Riccardo Comandè, Daniele Cartoni, Daniela Gatti, Gaetano Cugno
Foto di Paolo Rossellion
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