The Eureka project involves a building complex constructed in the early 1970s in EUR between Viale della Civiltà del Lavoro, Viale Beethoven and Via Chopin. This complex consists of two different office buildings – one an 8-storey monolithic block, the other a 2-storey pavilion on stilts – located in the outer area of the complex, now used as a car park. The buildings were separated by renovations in 2004 that severely altered the outer walls and the ground floor, compromising the main entrance from Viale della Civiltà del Lavoro.
The aim of the project is to restore the unity of architectural language between the buildings. The building on stilts is almost completely redesigned, adding new walls and remodelling the ground floor to create a sequence of open/closed and covered/uncovered spaces. The project also redesigns the outdoor spaces with a rockery and a dynamic walkway, enhanced by landscaping to connect the different existing elevations.
The works on the main building involve an open and flexible layout of the indoor spaces, creating a new roof with a photovoltaic canopy, and adding a new outer wall designed in such a way as to restore the harmony of the building’s aesthetics with its setting while also improving its energy performance.
Renovation of an office building
DeA Capital Real Estate SGR S.p.A., Fondo GO Italia V
Surface area: 12.000 sq m
Budget: 14.000.000 €
Ongoing – 2024
Project management: Yard Reaas
BIM Management: Parallel Digital
Structural engineering: GENIA
Installations: Fioretti Progettazione & Consulenza
Fire safety: Offic.In.A
Leed Coordination: Officine Green Building
Administrative consultancy, safety coordination during project execution, construction management: Piùtrentanovesei
Mattia Biagi – Project Director, Rita Alessio – Project Director, Silvia Bassi, Paolo Di Pace, Elena Gualandi, Estella Macchi, M. Vittoria Mondelli, Luca Petroni, Nicolò Sabattini
Parallel Digital Team:
Alessandro Maddalena – BIM Manager, Marco Delli Paoli, Marta Dominijanni, Lorenzo Vicerè
IT’S, Marco Tripodi, lens
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