School Complex, Felino, Pr  The project deals with the construction of a school complex consisting of two schools and a series of buildings with ancillary functions. It involves (utilizzato presente) compacting the buildings as much as possible, moving them back over the street fronts and establishing a complex system of open spaces. The complex, highly homogeneous, is characterized by pure volumes that are arranged in accordance with the area’s main orientation; the buildings are shifted one against the other so as to clearly mark the system of entrances, paths and roads. The volumes feature openings at the entrances that are cut off at the emergency stairs outside, and are punctured at the level of the courtyards that become the "core" of the inner spaces. In the functional organization, the schools are distinct from the block containing all the ancillary functions: gym, cafeteria, auditorium, library, and administration offices. The isolated building contains the sports hall and an underground parking.     Project (Competition)  Date: 2004  Architects: Paolo De Benedictis, Glenda Flaim      <<  change project  >>

School Complex, Felino, Pr

The project deals with the construction of a school complex consisting of two schools and a series of buildings with ancillary functions. It involves (utilizzato presente) compacting the buildings as much as possible, moving them back over the street fronts and establishing a complex system of open spaces. The complex, highly homogeneous, is characterized by pure volumes that are arranged in accordance with the area’s main orientation; the buildings are shifted one against the other so as to clearly mark the system of entrances, paths and roads. The volumes feature openings at the entrances that are cut off at the emergency stairs outside, and are punctured at the level of the courtyards that become the "core" of the inner spaces. In the functional organization, the schools are distinct from the block containing all the ancillary functions: gym, cafeteria, auditorium, library, and administration offices. The isolated building contains the sports hall and an underground parking.

 

Project (Competition)

Date: 2004

Architects: Paolo De Benedictis, Glenda Flaim

 

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 School Complex, Felino, Pr  The project deals with the construction of a school complex consisting of two schools and a series of buildings with ancillary functions. It involves (utilizzato presente) compacting the buildings as much as possible, moving them back over the street fronts and establishing a complex system of open spaces. The complex, highly homogeneous, is characterized by pure volumes that are arranged in accordance with the area’s main orientation; the buildings are shifted one against the other so as to clearly mark the system of entrances, paths and roads. The volumes feature openings at the entrances that are cut off at the emergency stairs outside, and are punctured at the level of the courtyards that become the "core" of the inner spaces. In the functional organization, the schools are distinct from the block containing all the ancillary functions: gym, cafeteria, auditorium, library, and administration offices. The isolated building contains the sports hall and an underground parking.     Project (Competition)  Date: 2004  Architects: Paolo De Benedictis, Glenda Flaim      &lt;&lt;&nbsp; change project &nbsp;&gt;&gt;

School Complex, Felino, Pr

The project deals with the construction of a school complex consisting of two schools and a series of buildings with ancillary functions. It involves (utilizzato presente) compacting the buildings as much as possible, moving them back over the street fronts and establishing a complex system of open spaces. The complex, highly homogeneous, is characterized by pure volumes that are arranged in accordance with the area’s main orientation; the buildings are shifted one against the other so as to clearly mark the system of entrances, paths and roads. The volumes feature openings at the entrances that are cut off at the emergency stairs outside, and are punctured at the level of the courtyards that become the "core" of the inner spaces. In the functional organization, the schools are distinct from the block containing all the ancillary functions: gym, cafeteria, auditorium, library, and administration offices. The isolated building contains the sports hall and an underground parking.

 

Project (Competition)

Date: 2004

Architects: Paolo De Benedictis, Glenda Flaim

 

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 School Complex, Felino, Pr  The project deals with the construction of a school complex consisting of two schools and a series of buildings with ancillary functions. It involves (utilizzato presente) compacting the buildings as much as possible, moving them back over the street fronts and establishing a complex system of open spaces. The complex, highly homogeneous, is characterized by pure volumes that are arranged in accordance with the area’s main orientation; the buildings are shifted one against the other so as to clearly mark the system of entrances, paths and roads. The volumes feature openings at the entrances that are cut off at the emergency stairs outside, and are punctured at the level of the courtyards that become the "core" of the inner spaces. In the functional organization, the schools are distinct from the block containing all the ancillary functions: gym, cafeteria, auditorium, library, and administration offices. The isolated building contains the sports hall and an underground parking.     Project (Competition)  Date: 2004  Architects: Paolo De Benedictis, Glenda Flaim      &lt;&lt;&nbsp; change project &nbsp;&gt;&gt;

School Complex, Felino, Pr

The project deals with the construction of a school complex consisting of two schools and a series of buildings with ancillary functions. It involves (utilizzato presente) compacting the buildings as much as possible, moving them back over the street fronts and establishing a complex system of open spaces. The complex, highly homogeneous, is characterized by pure volumes that are arranged in accordance with the area’s main orientation; the buildings are shifted one against the other so as to clearly mark the system of entrances, paths and roads. The volumes feature openings at the entrances that are cut off at the emergency stairs outside, and are punctured at the level of the courtyards that become the "core" of the inner spaces. In the functional organization, the schools are distinct from the block containing all the ancillary functions: gym, cafeteria, auditorium, library, and administration offices. The isolated building contains the sports hall and an underground parking.

 

Project (Competition)

Date: 2004

Architects: Paolo De Benedictis, Glenda Flaim

 

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 School Complex, Felino, Pr  The project deals with the construction of a school complex consisting of two schools and a series of buildings with ancillary functions. It involves (utilizzato presente) compacting the buildings as much as possible, moving them back over the street fronts and establishing a complex system of open spaces. The complex, highly homogeneous, is characterized by pure volumes that are arranged in accordance with the area’s main orientation; the buildings are shifted one against the other so as to clearly mark the system of entrances, paths and roads. The volumes feature openings at the entrances that are cut off at the emergency stairs outside, and are punctured at the level of the courtyards that become the "core" of the inner spaces. In the functional organization, the schools are distinct from the block containing all the ancillary functions: gym, cafeteria, auditorium, library, and administration offices. The isolated building contains the sports hall and an underground parking.     Project (Competition)  Date: 2004  Architects: Paolo De Benedictis, Glenda Flaim      &lt;&lt;&nbsp; change project &nbsp;&gt;&gt;

School Complex, Felino, Pr

The project deals with the construction of a school complex consisting of two schools and a series of buildings with ancillary functions. It involves (utilizzato presente) compacting the buildings as much as possible, moving them back over the street fronts and establishing a complex system of open spaces. The complex, highly homogeneous, is characterized by pure volumes that are arranged in accordance with the area’s main orientation; the buildings are shifted one against the other so as to clearly mark the system of entrances, paths and roads. The volumes feature openings at the entrances that are cut off at the emergency stairs outside, and are punctured at the level of the courtyards that become the "core" of the inner spaces. In the functional organization, the schools are distinct from the block containing all the ancillary functions: gym, cafeteria, auditorium, library, and administration offices. The isolated building contains the sports hall and an underground parking.

 

Project (Competition)

Date: 2004

Architects: Paolo De Benedictis, Glenda Flaim

 

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 School Complex, Felino, Pr  The project deals with the construction of a school complex consisting of two schools and a series of buildings with ancillary functions. It involves (utilizzato presente) compacting the buildings as much as possible, moving them back over the street fronts and establishing a complex system of open spaces. The complex, highly homogeneous, is characterized by pure volumes that are arranged in accordance with the area’s main orientation; the buildings are shifted one against the other so as to clearly mark the system of entrances, paths and roads. The volumes feature openings at the entrances that are cut off at the emergency stairs outside, and are punctured at the level of the courtyards that become the "core" of the inner spaces. In the functional organization, the schools are distinct from the block containing all the ancillary functions: gym, cafeteria, auditorium, library, and administration offices. The isolated building contains the sports hall and an underground parking.     Project (Competition)  Date: 2004  Architects: Paolo De Benedictis, Glenda Flaim      &lt;&lt;&nbsp; change project &nbsp;&gt;&gt;

School Complex, Felino, Pr

The project deals with the construction of a school complex consisting of two schools and a series of buildings with ancillary functions. It involves (utilizzato presente) compacting the buildings as much as possible, moving them back over the street fronts and establishing a complex system of open spaces. The complex, highly homogeneous, is characterized by pure volumes that are arranged in accordance with the area’s main orientation; the buildings are shifted one against the other so as to clearly mark the system of entrances, paths and roads. The volumes feature openings at the entrances that are cut off at the emergency stairs outside, and are punctured at the level of the courtyards that become the "core" of the inner spaces. In the functional organization, the schools are distinct from the block containing all the ancillary functions: gym, cafeteria, auditorium, library, and administration offices. The isolated building contains the sports hall and an underground parking.

 

Project (Competition)

Date: 2004

Architects: Paolo De Benedictis, Glenda Flaim

 

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 School Complex, Felino, Pr  The project deals with the construction of a school complex consisting of two schools and a series of buildings with ancillary functions. It involves (utilizzato presente) compacting the buildings as much as possible, moving them back over the street fronts and establishing a complex system of open spaces. The complex, highly homogeneous, is characterized by pure volumes that are arranged in accordance with the area’s main orientation; the buildings are shifted one against the other so as to clearly mark the system of entrances, paths and roads. The volumes feature openings at the entrances that are cut off at the emergency stairs outside, and are punctured at the level of the courtyards that become the "core" of the inner spaces. In the functional organization, the schools are distinct from the block containing all the ancillary functions: gym, cafeteria, auditorium, library, and administration offices. The isolated building contains the sports hall and an underground parking.     Project (Competition)  Date: 2004  Architects: Paolo De Benedictis, Glenda Flaim      &lt;&lt;&nbsp; change project &nbsp;&gt;&gt;

School Complex, Felino, Pr

The project deals with the construction of a school complex consisting of two schools and a series of buildings with ancillary functions. It involves (utilizzato presente) compacting the buildings as much as possible, moving them back over the street fronts and establishing a complex system of open spaces. The complex, highly homogeneous, is characterized by pure volumes that are arranged in accordance with the area’s main orientation; the buildings are shifted one against the other so as to clearly mark the system of entrances, paths and roads. The volumes feature openings at the entrances that are cut off at the emergency stairs outside, and are punctured at the level of the courtyards that become the "core" of the inner spaces. In the functional organization, the schools are distinct from the block containing all the ancillary functions: gym, cafeteria, auditorium, library, and administration offices. The isolated building contains the sports hall and an underground parking.

 

Project (Competition)

Date: 2004

Architects: Paolo De Benedictis, Glenda Flaim

 

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 School Complex, Felino, Pr  The project deals with the construction of a school complex consisting of two schools and a series of buildings with ancillary functions. It involves (utilizzato presente) compacting the buildings as much as possible, moving them back over the street fronts and establishing a complex system of open spaces. The complex, highly homogeneous, is characterized by pure volumes that are arranged in accordance with the area’s main orientation; the buildings are shifted one against the other so as to clearly mark the system of entrances, paths and roads. The volumes feature openings at the entrances that are cut off at the emergency stairs outside, and are punctured at the level of the courtyards that become the "core" of the inner spaces. In the functional organization, the schools are distinct from the block containing all the ancillary functions: gym, cafeteria, auditorium, library, and administration offices. The isolated building contains the sports hall and an underground parking.     Project (Competition)  Date: 2004  Architects: Paolo De Benedictis, Glenda Flaim      &lt;&lt;&nbsp; change project &nbsp;&gt;&gt;

School Complex, Felino, Pr

The project deals with the construction of a school complex consisting of two schools and a series of buildings with ancillary functions. It involves (utilizzato presente) compacting the buildings as much as possible, moving them back over the street fronts and establishing a complex system of open spaces. The complex, highly homogeneous, is characterized by pure volumes that are arranged in accordance with the area’s main orientation; the buildings are shifted one against the other so as to clearly mark the system of entrances, paths and roads. The volumes feature openings at the entrances that are cut off at the emergency stairs outside, and are punctured at the level of the courtyards that become the "core" of the inner spaces. In the functional organization, the schools are distinct from the block containing all the ancillary functions: gym, cafeteria, auditorium, library, and administration offices. The isolated building contains the sports hall and an underground parking.

 

Project (Competition)

Date: 2004

Architects: Paolo De Benedictis, Glenda Flaim

 

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 School Complex, Felino, Pr  The project deals with the construction of a school complex consisting of two schools and a series of buildings with ancillary functions. It involves (utilizzato presente) compacting the buildings as much as possible, moving them back over the street fronts and establishing a complex system of open spaces. The complex, highly homogeneous, is characterized by pure volumes that are arranged in accordance with the area’s main orientation; the buildings are shifted one against the other so as to clearly mark the system of entrances, paths and roads. The volumes feature openings at the entrances that are cut off at the emergency stairs outside, and are punctured at the level of the courtyards that become the "core" of the inner spaces. In the functional organization, the schools are distinct from the block containing all the ancillary functions: gym, cafeteria, auditorium, library, and administration offices. The isolated building contains the sports hall and an underground parking.     Project (Competition)  Date: 2004  Architects: Paolo De Benedictis, Glenda Flaim      &lt;&lt;&nbsp; change project &nbsp;&gt;&gt;

School Complex, Felino, Pr

The project deals with the construction of a school complex consisting of two schools and a series of buildings with ancillary functions. It involves (utilizzato presente) compacting the buildings as much as possible, moving them back over the street fronts and establishing a complex system of open spaces. The complex, highly homogeneous, is characterized by pure volumes that are arranged in accordance with the area’s main orientation; the buildings are shifted one against the other so as to clearly mark the system of entrances, paths and roads. The volumes feature openings at the entrances that are cut off at the emergency stairs outside, and are punctured at the level of the courtyards that become the "core" of the inner spaces. In the functional organization, the schools are distinct from the block containing all the ancillary functions: gym, cafeteria, auditorium, library, and administration offices. The isolated building contains the sports hall and an underground parking.

 

Project (Competition)

Date: 2004

Architects: Paolo De Benedictis, Glenda Flaim

 

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