The design of the large terrace that overlooks the courtyard of a historical building in Bologna is based on the desire to create a space that is amplified, characterized by a continuity of function and style. The work focuses on the design of the perimeter that is seen as a continuation of the vertical flooring; wood covering the folds in on itself, tilting, and embraces the flower boxes that protect the terrace. The resulting effect is therefore, the creation of a slanted wall that runs along the ...
spaces without threshold, external appendages in which the building is manifested, it is said. functional edges become green synthesis of a kind of window on the world, defining the thin telazione intimacy between architecture and urbanity that is wrapped in nature. the relationship with what is surrounding becomes the matrix for the creation of an environment that filters the outside and the inside through the capture element green.
The top floor of the Biennale Ca 'Giustiniani develops the panoramic terrace overlooking the basin of San Marco and the lagoon. The space was designed to accommodate guests during the demonstrations, to structure accessible spaces for small groups and to encourage the conversation. The furnishings, featuring by simple lines, are accompanied by contemporary elegance and mostly evergreen plants.
The terrace overlooks the cathedral of S. Petronio, highly distinctive element that affects the expressiveness of formal choices, outlining a space that speaks directly with the city maintaining a functional division between access and more intimate areas. The upper terrace accommodates a pergola, here furnished space makes it functional and secure thanks to a raised wooden platform. The presence of furniture frames conveys the view towards the side wall of the nearby cathedral.
This terrace, in harmony with the greenery found around, creates a "space-frame" with the city, becoming a kind of window of Bologna. The project involves the radical transformation of the initial state through the use of materials such as wood and stone, natural elements that make up the new flooring. Corten and Ipè host trees and shrubs, completing the composition. The vegetation allows one to create a game of open spaces of the surrounding environment, alternating Bamboo, osmanthus, ...
The terrace is located on the top floor of a building in the center of Ferrara overlooking the Este castle: this report strongly characterizes the space and involve the choice of plants that do not interfere with the view but guide attention to the outside of properties. Given the shape of the terrace, the space was divided into two distinct areas: living and aperitif. The first was made in the long and narrow area, putting high stools at the kitchen opening, while the second largest portion of the ...
A stained glass window separate the two well designed environments: the living area inside, parquet wood Ipè coated, contrasts sharply with the outside terrace covered with blocks of slate, adorned with a real plant frame that creates an irregular line varied from the urban landscape that opens to the view.
Situated at the equal height of the surrounding buildings, this terrace stands out for the color appearance given by plastered walls and wooden planks that run throughout the area. The green masks completely the outer sides, creating a natural frame to protect the privacy.
The form of the terrace is long and narrow and enjoys a panoramic of the sea. The project seeks to emphasize the potential of the place and divides the available space in various seating and relaxation areas, from which to enjoy the beautiful view. The vegetation, placed in pots and planters of symmetrical shape, helps to create an welcoming intimate atmosphere, while allowing full visability from the surrounding area.
The peculiarity of the property is the large outdoor coverage. In this large terraced area is created a living area where you can dine and relax. The wooden floor makes the space welcoming and informal, gravel and stone inlays enrich the environment creating sessions and dividing spaces.