ER House, Venice  Overlooking one of the Grand Canal’s most picturesque corners, this apartment is the outcome of the division of a larger house, of which it constituted the service area. The project respected the character of the apartment, valuing the existing historical structure through a philological restauration, and yet marking with contemporary features the originally unattractive spaces. The spaces have thus gained a new identity thanks to a few interventions to the masonry structures which aimed at redefining the proportions and adjusting them to a new intended use. These careful choices and the revision and relocation of the connecting passages between rooms give the house its final shape.     Date: 2012 | 2013  Architect: Paolo De Benedictis  Assistants: Emina Gauzanovic, Francesco Virgilito  Services Engineer: Studio Multimpianti  Structural Engineer: Massimo Moretto  Photography: Alessandra Chemollo      <<  change project  >> 

ER House, Venice

Overlooking one of the Grand Canal’s most picturesque corners, this apartment is the outcome of the division of a larger house, of which it constituted the service area. The project respected the character of the apartment, valuing the existing historical structure through a philological restauration, and yet marking with contemporary features the originally unattractive spaces. The spaces have thus gained a new identity thanks to a few interventions to the masonry structures which aimed at redefining the proportions and adjusting them to a new intended use. These careful choices and the revision and relocation of the connecting passages between rooms give the house its final shape.

 

Date: 2012 | 2013

Architect: Paolo De Benedictis

Assistants: Emina Gauzanovic, Francesco Virgilito

Services Engineer: Studio Multimpianti

Structural Engineer: Massimo Moretto

Photography: Alessandra Chemollo

 

<< change project >> 

 ER House, Venice  Overlooking one of the Grand Canal’s most picturesque corners, this apartment is the outcome of the division of a larger house, of which it constituted the service area. The project respected the character of the apartment, valuing the existing historical structure through a philological restauration, and yet marking with contemporary features the originally unattractive spaces. The spaces have thus gained a new identity thanks to a few interventions to the masonry structures which aimed at redefining the proportions and adjusting them to a new intended use. These careful choices and the revision and relocation of the connecting passages between rooms give the house its final shape.     Date: 2012 | 2013  Architect: Paolo De Benedictis  Assistants: Emina Gauzanovic, Francesco Virgilito  Services Engineer: Studio Multimpianti  Structural Engineer: Massimo Moretto  Photography: Alessandra Chemollo      &lt;&lt;&nbsp; change project &nbsp;&gt;&gt;&nbsp;

ER House, Venice

Overlooking one of the Grand Canal’s most picturesque corners, this apartment is the outcome of the division of a larger house, of which it constituted the service area. The project respected the character of the apartment, valuing the existing historical structure through a philological restauration, and yet marking with contemporary features the originally unattractive spaces. The spaces have thus gained a new identity thanks to a few interventions to the masonry structures which aimed at redefining the proportions and adjusting them to a new intended use. These careful choices and the revision and relocation of the connecting passages between rooms give the house its final shape.

 

Date: 2012 | 2013

Architect: Paolo De Benedictis

Assistants: Emina Gauzanovic, Francesco Virgilito

Services Engineer: Studio Multimpianti

Structural Engineer: Massimo Moretto

Photography: Alessandra Chemollo

 

<< change project >> 

 ER House, Venice  Overlooking one of the Grand Canal’s most picturesque corners, this apartment is the outcome of the division of a larger house, of which it constituted the service area. The project respected the character of the apartment, valuing the existing historical structure through a philological restauration, and yet marking with contemporary features the originally unattractive spaces. The spaces have thus gained a new identity thanks to a few interventions to the masonry structures which aimed at redefining the proportions and adjusting them to a new intended use. These careful choices and the revision and relocation of the connecting passages between rooms give the house its final shape.     Date: 2012 | 2013  Architect: Paolo De Benedictis  Assistants: Emina Gauzanovic, Francesco Virgilito  Services Engineer: Studio Multimpianti  Structural Engineer: Massimo Moretto  Photography: Alessandra Chemollo      &lt;&lt;&nbsp; change project &nbsp;&gt;&gt;&nbsp;

ER House, Venice

Overlooking one of the Grand Canal’s most picturesque corners, this apartment is the outcome of the division of a larger house, of which it constituted the service area. The project respected the character of the apartment, valuing the existing historical structure through a philological restauration, and yet marking with contemporary features the originally unattractive spaces. The spaces have thus gained a new identity thanks to a few interventions to the masonry structures which aimed at redefining the proportions and adjusting them to a new intended use. These careful choices and the revision and relocation of the connecting passages between rooms give the house its final shape.

 

Date: 2012 | 2013

Architect: Paolo De Benedictis

Assistants: Emina Gauzanovic, Francesco Virgilito

Services Engineer: Studio Multimpianti

Structural Engineer: Massimo Moretto

Photography: Alessandra Chemollo

 

<< change project >> 

 ER House, Venice  Overlooking one of the Grand Canal’s most picturesque corners, this apartment is the outcome of the division of a larger house, of which it constituted the service area. The project respected the character of the apartment, valuing the existing historical structure through a philological restauration, and yet marking with contemporary features the originally unattractive spaces. The spaces have thus gained a new identity thanks to a few interventions to the masonry structures which aimed at redefining the proportions and adjusting them to a new intended use. These careful choices and the revision and relocation of the connecting passages between rooms give the house its final shape.     Date: 2012 | 2013  Architect: Paolo De Benedictis  Assistants: Emina Gauzanovic, Francesco Virgilito  Services Engineer: Studio Multimpianti  Structural Engineer: Massimo Moretto  Photography: Alessandra Chemollo      &lt;&lt;&nbsp; change project &nbsp;&gt;&gt;&nbsp;

ER House, Venice

Overlooking one of the Grand Canal’s most picturesque corners, this apartment is the outcome of the division of a larger house, of which it constituted the service area. The project respected the character of the apartment, valuing the existing historical structure through a philological restauration, and yet marking with contemporary features the originally unattractive spaces. The spaces have thus gained a new identity thanks to a few interventions to the masonry structures which aimed at redefining the proportions and adjusting them to a new intended use. These careful choices and the revision and relocation of the connecting passages between rooms give the house its final shape.

 

Date: 2012 | 2013

Architect: Paolo De Benedictis

Assistants: Emina Gauzanovic, Francesco Virgilito

Services Engineer: Studio Multimpianti

Structural Engineer: Massimo Moretto

Photography: Alessandra Chemollo

 

<< change project >> 

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 ER House, Venice  Overlooking one of the Grand Canal’s most picturesque corners, this apartment is the outcome of the division of a larger house, of which it constituted the service area. The project respected the character of the apartment, valuing the existing historical structure through a philological restauration, and yet marking with contemporary features the originally unattractive spaces. The spaces have thus gained a new identity thanks to a few interventions to the masonry structures which aimed at redefining the proportions and adjusting them to a new intended use. These careful choices and the revision and relocation of the connecting passages between rooms give the house its final shape.     Date: 2012 | 2013  Architect: Paolo De Benedictis  Assistants: Emina Gauzanovic, Francesco Virgilito  Services Engineer: Studio Multimpianti  Structural Engineer: Massimo Moretto  Photography: Alessandra Chemollo      &lt;&lt;  change project  &gt;&gt;&nbsp;

ER House, Venice

Overlooking one of the Grand Canal’s most picturesque corners, this apartment is the outcome of the division of a larger house, of which it constituted the service area. The project respected the character of the apartment, valuing the existing historical structure through a philological restauration, and yet marking with contemporary features the originally unattractive spaces. The spaces have thus gained a new identity thanks to a few interventions to the masonry structures which aimed at redefining the proportions and adjusting them to a new intended use. These careful choices and the revision and relocation of the connecting passages between rooms give the house its final shape.

 

Date: 2012 | 2013

Architect: Paolo De Benedictis

Assistants: Emina Gauzanovic, Francesco Virgilito

Services Engineer: Studio Multimpianti

Structural Engineer: Massimo Moretto

Photography: Alessandra Chemollo

 

<< change project >> 

 ER House, Venice  Overlooking one of the Grand Canal’s most picturesque corners, this apartment is the outcome of the division of a larger house, of which it constituted the service area. The project respected the character of the apartment, valuing the existing historical structure through a philological restauration, and yet marking with contemporary features the originally unattractive spaces. The spaces have thus gained a new identity thanks to a few interventions to the masonry structures which aimed at redefining the proportions and adjusting them to a new intended use. These careful choices and the revision and relocation of the connecting passages between rooms give the house its final shape.     Date: 2012 | 2013  Architect: Paolo De Benedictis  Assistants: Emina Gauzanovic, Francesco Virgilito  Services Engineer: Studio Multimpianti  Structural Engineer: Massimo Moretto  Photography: Alessandra Chemollo      &lt;&lt;&nbsp; change project &nbsp;&gt;&gt;&nbsp;

ER House, Venice

Overlooking one of the Grand Canal’s most picturesque corners, this apartment is the outcome of the division of a larger house, of which it constituted the service area. The project respected the character of the apartment, valuing the existing historical structure through a philological restauration, and yet marking with contemporary features the originally unattractive spaces. The spaces have thus gained a new identity thanks to a few interventions to the masonry structures which aimed at redefining the proportions and adjusting them to a new intended use. These careful choices and the revision and relocation of the connecting passages between rooms give the house its final shape.

 

Date: 2012 | 2013

Architect: Paolo De Benedictis

Assistants: Emina Gauzanovic, Francesco Virgilito

Services Engineer: Studio Multimpianti

Structural Engineer: Massimo Moretto

Photography: Alessandra Chemollo

 

<< change project >> 

 ER House, Venice  Overlooking one of the Grand Canal’s most picturesque corners, this apartment is the outcome of the division of a larger house, of which it constituted the service area. The project respected the character of the apartment, valuing the existing historical structure through a philological restauration, and yet marking with contemporary features the originally unattractive spaces. The spaces have thus gained a new identity thanks to a few interventions to the masonry structures which aimed at redefining the proportions and adjusting them to a new intended use. These careful choices and the revision and relocation of the connecting passages between rooms give the house its final shape.     Date: 2012 | 2013  Architect: Paolo De Benedictis  Assistants: Emina Gauzanovic, Francesco Virgilito  Services Engineer: Studio Multimpianti  Structural Engineer: Massimo Moretto  Photography: Alessandra Chemollo      &lt;&lt;&nbsp; change project &nbsp;&gt;&gt;&nbsp;

ER House, Venice

Overlooking one of the Grand Canal’s most picturesque corners, this apartment is the outcome of the division of a larger house, of which it constituted the service area. The project respected the character of the apartment, valuing the existing historical structure through a philological restauration, and yet marking with contemporary features the originally unattractive spaces. The spaces have thus gained a new identity thanks to a few interventions to the masonry structures which aimed at redefining the proportions and adjusting them to a new intended use. These careful choices and the revision and relocation of the connecting passages between rooms give the house its final shape.

 

Date: 2012 | 2013

Architect: Paolo De Benedictis

Assistants: Emina Gauzanovic, Francesco Virgilito

Services Engineer: Studio Multimpianti

Structural Engineer: Massimo Moretto

Photography: Alessandra Chemollo

 

<< change project >> 

 ER House, Venice  Overlooking one of the Grand Canal’s most picturesque corners, this apartment is the outcome of the division of a larger house, of which it constituted the service area. The project respected the character of the apartment, valuing the existing historical structure through a philological restauration, and yet marking with contemporary features the originally unattractive spaces. The spaces have thus gained a new identity thanks to a few interventions to the masonry structures which aimed at redefining the proportions and adjusting them to a new intended use. These careful choices and the revision and relocation of the connecting passages between rooms give the house its final shape.     Date: 2012 | 2013  Architect: Paolo De Benedictis  Assistants: Emina Gauzanovic, Francesco Virgilito  Services Engineer: Studio Multimpianti  Structural Engineer: Massimo Moretto  Photography: Alessandra Chemollo      &lt;&lt;&nbsp; change project &nbsp;&gt;&gt;&nbsp;

ER House, Venice

Overlooking one of the Grand Canal’s most picturesque corners, this apartment is the outcome of the division of a larger house, of which it constituted the service area. The project respected the character of the apartment, valuing the existing historical structure through a philological restauration, and yet marking with contemporary features the originally unattractive spaces. The spaces have thus gained a new identity thanks to a few interventions to the masonry structures which aimed at redefining the proportions and adjusting them to a new intended use. These careful choices and the revision and relocation of the connecting passages between rooms give the house its final shape.

 

Date: 2012 | 2013

Architect: Paolo De Benedictis

Assistants: Emina Gauzanovic, Francesco Virgilito

Services Engineer: Studio Multimpianti

Structural Engineer: Massimo Moretto

Photography: Alessandra Chemollo

 

<< change project >> 

 ER House, Venice  Overlooking one of the Grand Canal’s most picturesque corners, this apartment is the outcome of the division of a larger house, of which it constituted the service area. The project respected the character of the apartment, valuing the existing historical structure through a philological restauration, and yet marking with contemporary features the originally unattractive spaces. The spaces have thus gained a new identity thanks to a few interventions to the masonry structures which aimed at redefining the proportions and adjusting them to a new intended use. These careful choices and the revision and relocation of the connecting passages between rooms give the house its final shape.     Date: 2012 | 2013  Architect: Paolo De Benedictis  Assistants: Emina Gauzanovic, Francesco Virgilito  Services Engineer: Studio Multimpianti  Structural Engineer: Massimo Moretto  Photography: Alessandra Chemollo      &lt;&lt;&nbsp; change project &nbsp;&gt;&gt;&nbsp;

ER House, Venice

Overlooking one of the Grand Canal’s most picturesque corners, this apartment is the outcome of the division of a larger house, of which it constituted the service area. The project respected the character of the apartment, valuing the existing historical structure through a philological restauration, and yet marking with contemporary features the originally unattractive spaces. The spaces have thus gained a new identity thanks to a few interventions to the masonry structures which aimed at redefining the proportions and adjusting them to a new intended use. These careful choices and the revision and relocation of the connecting passages between rooms give the house its final shape.

 

Date: 2012 | 2013

Architect: Paolo De Benedictis

Assistants: Emina Gauzanovic, Francesco Virgilito

Services Engineer: Studio Multimpianti

Structural Engineer: Massimo Moretto

Photography: Alessandra Chemollo

 

<< change project >> 

 ER House, Venice  Overlooking one of the Grand Canal’s most picturesque corners, this apartment is the outcome of the division of a larger house, of which it constituted the service area. The project respected the character of the apartment, valuing the existing historical structure through a philological restauration, and yet marking with contemporary features the originally unattractive spaces. The spaces have thus gained a new identity thanks to a few interventions to the masonry structures which aimed at redefining the proportions and adjusting them to a new intended use. These careful choices and the revision and relocation of the connecting passages between rooms give the house its final shape.     Date: 2012 | 2013  Architect: Paolo De Benedictis  Assistants: Emina Gauzanovic, Francesco Virgilito  Services Engineer: Studio Multimpianti  Structural Engineer: Massimo Moretto  Photography: Alessandra Chemollo      &lt;&lt;&nbsp; change project &nbsp;&gt;&gt;&nbsp;

ER House, Venice

Overlooking one of the Grand Canal’s most picturesque corners, this apartment is the outcome of the division of a larger house, of which it constituted the service area. The project respected the character of the apartment, valuing the existing historical structure through a philological restauration, and yet marking with contemporary features the originally unattractive spaces. The spaces have thus gained a new identity thanks to a few interventions to the masonry structures which aimed at redefining the proportions and adjusting them to a new intended use. These careful choices and the revision and relocation of the connecting passages between rooms give the house its final shape.

 

Date: 2012 | 2013

Architect: Paolo De Benedictis

Assistants: Emina Gauzanovic, Francesco Virgilito

Services Engineer: Studio Multimpianti

Structural Engineer: Massimo Moretto

Photography: Alessandra Chemollo

 

<< change project >> 

 ER House, Venice  Overlooking one of the Grand Canal’s most picturesque corners, this apartment is the outcome of the division of a larger house, of which it constituted the service area. The project respected the character of the apartment, valuing the existing historical structure through a philological restauration, and yet marking with contemporary features the originally unattractive spaces. The spaces have thus gained a new identity thanks to a few interventions to the masonry structures which aimed at redefining the proportions and adjusting them to a new intended use. These careful choices and the revision and relocation of the connecting passages between rooms give the house its final shape.     Date: 2012 | 2013  Architect: Paolo De Benedictis  Assistants: Emina Gauzanovic, Francesco Virgilito  Services Engineer: Studio Multimpianti  Structural Engineer: Massimo Moretto  Photography: Alessandra Chemollo      &lt;&lt;&nbsp; change project &nbsp;&gt;&gt;&nbsp;

ER House, Venice

Overlooking one of the Grand Canal’s most picturesque corners, this apartment is the outcome of the division of a larger house, of which it constituted the service area. The project respected the character of the apartment, valuing the existing historical structure through a philological restauration, and yet marking with contemporary features the originally unattractive spaces. The spaces have thus gained a new identity thanks to a few interventions to the masonry structures which aimed at redefining the proportions and adjusting them to a new intended use. These careful choices and the revision and relocation of the connecting passages between rooms give the house its final shape.

 

Date: 2012 | 2013

Architect: Paolo De Benedictis

Assistants: Emina Gauzanovic, Francesco Virgilito

Services Engineer: Studio Multimpianti

Structural Engineer: Massimo Moretto

Photography: Alessandra Chemollo

 

<< change project >> 

 ER House, Venice  Overlooking one of the Grand Canal’s most picturesque corners, this apartment is the outcome of the division of a larger house, of which it constituted the service area. The project respected the character of the apartment, valuing the existing historical structure through a philological restauration, and yet marking with contemporary features the originally unattractive spaces. The spaces have thus gained a new identity thanks to a few interventions to the masonry structures which aimed at redefining the proportions and adjusting them to a new intended use. These careful choices and the revision and relocation of the connecting passages between rooms give the house its final shape.     Date: 2012 | 2013  Architect: Paolo De Benedictis  Assistants: Emina Gauzanovic, Francesco Virgilito  Services Engineer: Studio Multimpianti  Structural Engineer: Massimo Moretto  Photography: Alessandra Chemollo      &lt;&lt;&nbsp; change project &nbsp;&gt;&gt;&nbsp;

ER House, Venice

Overlooking one of the Grand Canal’s most picturesque corners, this apartment is the outcome of the division of a larger house, of which it constituted the service area. The project respected the character of the apartment, valuing the existing historical structure through a philological restauration, and yet marking with contemporary features the originally unattractive spaces. The spaces have thus gained a new identity thanks to a few interventions to the masonry structures which aimed at redefining the proportions and adjusting them to a new intended use. These careful choices and the revision and relocation of the connecting passages between rooms give the house its final shape.

 

Date: 2012 | 2013

Architect: Paolo De Benedictis

Assistants: Emina Gauzanovic, Francesco Virgilito

Services Engineer: Studio Multimpianti

Structural Engineer: Massimo Moretto

Photography: Alessandra Chemollo

 

<< change project >> 

 ER House, Venice  Overlooking one of the Grand Canal’s most picturesque corners, this apartment is the outcome of the division of a larger house, of which it constituted the service area. The project respected the character of the apartment, valuing the existing historical structure through a philological restauration, and yet marking with contemporary features the originally unattractive spaces. The spaces have thus gained a new identity thanks to a few interventions to the masonry structures which aimed at redefining the proportions and adjusting them to a new intended use. These careful choices and the revision and relocation of the connecting passages between rooms give the house its final shape.     Date: 2012 | 2013  Architect: Paolo De Benedictis  Assistants: Emina Gauzanovic, Francesco Virgilito  Services Engineer: Studio Multimpianti  Structural Engineer: Massimo Moretto  Photography: Alessandra Chemollo      &lt;&lt;&nbsp; change project &nbsp;&gt;&gt;&nbsp;

ER House, Venice

Overlooking one of the Grand Canal’s most picturesque corners, this apartment is the outcome of the division of a larger house, of which it constituted the service area. The project respected the character of the apartment, valuing the existing historical structure through a philological restauration, and yet marking with contemporary features the originally unattractive spaces. The spaces have thus gained a new identity thanks to a few interventions to the masonry structures which aimed at redefining the proportions and adjusting them to a new intended use. These careful choices and the revision and relocation of the connecting passages between rooms give the house its final shape.

 

Date: 2012 | 2013

Architect: Paolo De Benedictis

Assistants: Emina Gauzanovic, Francesco Virgilito

Services Engineer: Studio Multimpianti

Structural Engineer: Massimo Moretto

Photography: Alessandra Chemollo

 

<< change project >> 

 ER House, Venice  Overlooking one of the Grand Canal’s most picturesque corners, this apartment is the outcome of the division of a larger house, of which it constituted the service area. The project respected the character of the apartment, valuing the existing historical structure through a philological restauration, and yet marking with contemporary features the originally unattractive spaces. The spaces have thus gained a new identity thanks to a few interventions to the masonry structures which aimed at redefining the proportions and adjusting them to a new intended use. These careful choices and the revision and relocation of the connecting passages between rooms give the house its final shape.     Date: 2012 | 2013  Architect: Paolo De Benedictis  Assistants: Emina Gauzanovic, Francesco Virgilito  Services Engineer: Studio Multimpianti  Structural Engineer: Massimo Moretto  Photography: Alessandra Chemollo      &lt;&lt;&nbsp; change project &nbsp;&gt;&gt;&nbsp;

ER House, Venice

Overlooking one of the Grand Canal’s most picturesque corners, this apartment is the outcome of the division of a larger house, of which it constituted the service area. The project respected the character of the apartment, valuing the existing historical structure through a philological restauration, and yet marking with contemporary features the originally unattractive spaces. The spaces have thus gained a new identity thanks to a few interventions to the masonry structures which aimed at redefining the proportions and adjusting them to a new intended use. These careful choices and the revision and relocation of the connecting passages between rooms give the house its final shape.

 

Date: 2012 | 2013

Architect: Paolo De Benedictis

Assistants: Emina Gauzanovic, Francesco Virgilito

Services Engineer: Studio Multimpianti

Structural Engineer: Massimo Moretto

Photography: Alessandra Chemollo

 

<< change project >> 

 ER House, Venice  Overlooking one of the Grand Canal’s most picturesque corners, this apartment is the outcome of the division of a larger house, of which it constituted the service area. The project respected the character of the apartment, valuing the existing historical structure through a philological restauration, and yet marking with contemporary features the originally unattractive spaces. The spaces have thus gained a new identity thanks to a few interventions to the masonry structures which aimed at redefining the proportions and adjusting them to a new intended use. These careful choices and the revision and relocation of the connecting passages between rooms give the house its final shape.     Date: 2012 | 2013  Architect: Paolo De Benedictis  Assistants: Emina Gauzanovic, Francesco Virgilito  Services Engineer: Studio Multimpianti  Structural Engineer: Massimo Moretto  Photography: Alessandra Chemollo      &lt;&lt;&nbsp; change project &nbsp;&gt;&gt;&nbsp;

ER House, Venice

Overlooking one of the Grand Canal’s most picturesque corners, this apartment is the outcome of the division of a larger house, of which it constituted the service area. The project respected the character of the apartment, valuing the existing historical structure through a philological restauration, and yet marking with contemporary features the originally unattractive spaces. The spaces have thus gained a new identity thanks to a few interventions to the masonry structures which aimed at redefining the proportions and adjusting them to a new intended use. These careful choices and the revision and relocation of the connecting passages between rooms give the house its final shape.

 

Date: 2012 | 2013

Architect: Paolo De Benedictis

Assistants: Emina Gauzanovic, Francesco Virgilito

Services Engineer: Studio Multimpianti

Structural Engineer: Massimo Moretto

Photography: Alessandra Chemollo

 

<< change project >> 

 ER House, Venice  Overlooking one of the Grand Canal’s most picturesque corners, this apartment is the outcome of the division of a larger house, of which it constituted the service area. The project respected the character of the apartment, valuing the existing historical structure through a philological restauration, and yet marking with contemporary features the originally unattractive spaces. The spaces have thus gained a new identity thanks to a few interventions to the masonry structures which aimed at redefining the proportions and adjusting them to a new intended use. These careful choices and the revision and relocation of the connecting passages between rooms give the house its final shape.     Date: 2012 | 2013  Architect: Paolo De Benedictis  Assistants: Emina Gauzanovic, Francesco Virgilito  Services Engineer: Studio Multimpianti  Structural Engineer: Massimo Moretto  Photography: Alessandra Chemollo      &lt;&lt;&nbsp; change project &nbsp;&gt;&gt;&nbsp;

ER House, Venice

Overlooking one of the Grand Canal’s most picturesque corners, this apartment is the outcome of the division of a larger house, of which it constituted the service area. The project respected the character of the apartment, valuing the existing historical structure through a philological restauration, and yet marking with contemporary features the originally unattractive spaces. The spaces have thus gained a new identity thanks to a few interventions to the masonry structures which aimed at redefining the proportions and adjusting them to a new intended use. These careful choices and the revision and relocation of the connecting passages between rooms give the house its final shape.

 

Date: 2012 | 2013

Architect: Paolo De Benedictis

Assistants: Emina Gauzanovic, Francesco Virgilito

Services Engineer: Studio Multimpianti

Structural Engineer: Massimo Moretto

Photography: Alessandra Chemollo

 

<< change project >> 

 ER House, Venice  Overlooking one of the Grand Canal’s most picturesque corners, this apartment is the outcome of the division of a larger house, of which it constituted the service area. The project respected the character of the apartment, valuing the existing historical structure through a philological restauration, and yet marking with contemporary features the originally unattractive spaces. The spaces have thus gained a new identity thanks to a few interventions to the masonry structures which aimed at redefining the proportions and adjusting them to a new intended use. These careful choices and the revision and relocation of the connecting passages between rooms give the house its final shape.     Date: 2012 | 2013  Architect: Paolo De Benedictis  Assistants: Emina Gauzanovic, Francesco Virgilito  Services Engineer: Studio Multimpianti  Structural Engineer: Massimo Moretto  Photography: Alessandra Chemollo      &lt;&lt;&nbsp; change project &nbsp;&gt;&gt;&nbsp;

ER House, Venice

Overlooking one of the Grand Canal’s most picturesque corners, this apartment is the outcome of the division of a larger house, of which it constituted the service area. The project respected the character of the apartment, valuing the existing historical structure through a philological restauration, and yet marking with contemporary features the originally unattractive spaces. The spaces have thus gained a new identity thanks to a few interventions to the masonry structures which aimed at redefining the proportions and adjusting them to a new intended use. These careful choices and the revision and relocation of the connecting passages between rooms give the house its final shape.

 

Date: 2012 | 2013

Architect: Paolo De Benedictis

Assistants: Emina Gauzanovic, Francesco Virgilito

Services Engineer: Studio Multimpianti

Structural Engineer: Massimo Moretto

Photography: Alessandra Chemollo

 

<< change project >>