• a three-storey nineteenth-century villa with basement, plus two garden pavilions crowning the front, each of which has spaces below it subject to recognised cultural interest restrictions (below the east pavilion is an orangerie);
• a two-storey farmstead at the north of the property, with a small serviced basement and a westward facing porch, having the same recognized cultural values;
• three rustic buildings forming a small courtyard at a lower level than that of the farmstead to the north (one to the south, one to the west and one partially collapsed) plus one1 silo.
It is important to underline how the design stands on the existing, original grounds avoiding land consumption. The entire proposal will get maximum yields with the characteristics of the subsoil and solar energy in order to zero out the energy consumption of the whole complex.
All this fully meets the requirements of sustainability and environmental recovery that are part of the general vision of the client, Fondazione Capellino. The conservation project’s building restoration and renovation will be carried out by UNASTUDIO Milan and TEKNE Spa Milan and is presented in all its facets as innovative and contemporary, especially for listed buildings.
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