July 11, 2009

    This housing block is conceived as an L-shaped building, strictly included by the area edges; three-dimensional articulation is obtained by alternating full volumes and voids over the given surface.

    The block is composed of patio-houses: voids generate and govern all different conditions of living, and give each dwelling an intimate relation to the outside. The building’s skin is made of metal panels, laid down in vertical stripes. In oder to let rain-water flow from the roof to the ground.

    Project information

    location: Milano, Italy
    commission: preliminary project
    year: 2003
    client: Comune di Seregno (MI)
    built area: 2.700 sqm
    budget: 2.600.000,00€

    Architectural Design:
    BOERISTUDIO (Stefano Boeri, Gianandrea Barreca, Giovanni La Varra)

    Team: Andrea Caputo, Claudio Colla, Marco Giorgio, Patrizia Scrugli

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