"Cresco Award Sustainable City" for the New Seafront in Lignano Sabbiadoro
Under construction the Auchan Shopping Centre in Luxembourg with structural works designed by Archest and SGI.
The Archest project for the new spaces in the ground floor areas of WORLD FOOD PROGRAMME Headquarter offices in Rome gains three certifications "Leed Platinum"!:
the project of the "Child Care", the "Meeting Centre" and the "Commissary".
4th edition:Forum entirely dedicated to Business Development in Italian and International Football.
9-10th of november: Lucio Asquini engineer will be in Turin for Archest srl
"The objective of the workshop is to photograph the current situation of the national clubs highlighting the opportunities and
challenges of the FFP, with the intent of averting cases of possible defaults and to finally be able to lay the foundations
for a managerialization of football, so as to recover some of the ground lost over the past 10 years, after two decades of
world football domination.
Architecture and technology can help the Club to provide new thrills to viewers, optimizing maintenance costs and generating
revenue sources. We look up to new solutions, diversifying the offer including whole families, creating a real brand identity."
The works for the realization of the Archest project will begin in autumn. The project concerns the transformation of an industrial building into a 'social housing' one.
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QATAR INTEGRATED RAILWAYS PROJECT – RED LINE NORTH – DOHA
The decks of Line are designed by Archest for DEAL srl.
The decks are made with the "span by span" ashlar system precast prestressed.
The viaduct length approximately 2 km.
"...This journey into Italian architecture is an on-going enquiry into the diverse project typologies being developed, the degree of innovation and the way they mesh form with technical requirements.
The book focuses on how the many aspects of Italian architecture developed by Italian architects working in Italy today deal with the layers of building history that have gone before.
The works selected have been taken from the “Panorama Italiano” section (www.theplan.it) and include urban and rural residences, public and cultural buildings, office and commercial blocks, social housing, and broader urban planning projects.
All testify to the vitality of Italian architecture today."
BIM: updating and advanced courses for Archest's teams
June 20: opening in Moscow for "Aquacomplex", the 'temporary pool' designed by Archest
Within the Olympic Complex Luzhniki, the area of water sports and recreational activities include:
- A large outdoor pool for competitive swimming;
- Small pool for leisure;
- Sport Club;
- Beach volleyball;
- Outdoor cafe and water-bar.
"Aquacomplex" is the first step in the creation of a multi-functional swimming center, a construction scheduled for early 2018.
THE PLAN invites Architects, Designers, Academics, Critics and Students to submit realized and future projects or research work on various themes.
3 Awards, 30 Categories: Architecture&Design, Urban Planning and Research
Teatro1 Residential Building, designed by Archest, is shortlisted at Perspective 2015!
Milano | MiCo - Milano Congressi
Maggio / May, 19-20 2015
Completed the first phase of the industrial complex of ''Stupino1'', in Moscow region:
Warehouses, offices and roads, serving the new growing industrial area, have been realized.
Archest was in charge of architectural and structural design.
For more information:
Archest works for the city of Moscow, performed with Codest,
for the renewal of the entrances to the subway station (MMS_Moscow Metro Station)
and for the new summer pool in the Luzhniki Olympic Complex capture the interest of Russian media:
''The entrances to the subway made into a design pavilions''
''Italian designers have developed modern designs for the Moscow subway entrances, as well as individual concepts for six stations''
''In the Luzhniki Stadium will have a new summer pool''
''During the renovation of the main building will operate two swimming bowl and entertainment complex in the open air''
Teatro1, new residential building in Udine, has been published on the on-line version of ThePlan, magazine of architecture, in the sector Italian Architecture, with an article by Francesco Pagliari:
Teatro 1 sets out to achieve three convergent objectives. First, using façades at an angle, it aims to create a section of the cityscape using architecture that is both distinctive and that defines the surrounding area as well as interacting with the volumes that comprise the theatre. Second, it tries to produce an environmentally friendly building that delivers top performance (organic building materials, energy saving, home automation, A+ energy class, and real visual, thermal and acoustic comfort). Third, for most of the living units, the design creates close relationships between indoor and outdoor space, using large windows, long sheltered balconies, big terraces and bioclimatic greenhouses. For this third objective, it was also essential to ensure the architecture continually explores environmental concerns, at times even just for an individual living unit.
Nizhnyaya Syromyatnicheskaya str. 10,
bld. 7, 2nd floor, office 205
105120, Moscow, Russia
t: +7 495 64 06 738
Moscow: kick off for the construction works of the temporary pool inside the Luzhniki Olympic Complex.
The structure will be complete within March 2015.
Archest takes part to PERSPECTIVE 2014, from the 2nd to the 4th of June 2014, Venice, Lido, Hotel Excelsior.
PERSPECTIVE is an International Forum of Architecture, a global network of professionals selected
from the architectural magazine 'The Plan':
"170 companies involved, 300 participants from all over Europe, Turkey and India; more than 1,600 one-to-one business meetings and 120 thematic roundtables in 2 days of work!"
For Archest will be present Lucio Asquini, engineer, and arch. Annamaria Coccolo, architect.
The project for the new 'Center for Services and Laboratories' of ''Santa Maria della Misericordia'' Hospital in Udine is published on'Architetture in Acciaio' 9, with an article by Marco Clozza.
Archest is responsible of general masterplan design for the new technological building complex, and is designer for facades.
"Centro Servizi e Laboratori Ospedale di Udine" in "Architetture in Acciaio" numero 9, primavera 2014
Fondazione Promozione Acciao, Milano
The construction of Teatro1 - residential building in Udine - has been completed:
Families began to move there and to live spaces:
have a good life!
Via dei Sulpici, 52/B
Iuav venue: Aula Tafuri – Palazzo Badoer - Monday December 9th 2013
MOSCOW AND ARCHITECTURAL QUALITY
Seminar (moderates Aldo Norsa – Professor of Architectural Technology at University Iuav of Venice) organized by Department of Architecture, Construction and Conservation/Dacc - Iuav venue: Aula Tafuri – Palazzo Badoer – San Polo 2468 – 30125 Venezia - Monday December 9th 2013 – time: 15.00/18.15
14:30 Registration – Distribution of information materials
15:00 Amerigo Restucci - Rector, University Iuav of Venice
(with a presentation by Aldo Norsa, Professor, University Iuav of Venice)
15:30 Evgeniya Murinets - Deputy Director of Architectural Council Department, Architecture and Urban Planning Committee, Moscow City Government
Urban Policy in an Explosive Metropolitan Context – Rules for Project Approval – In Search of Quality through Architectural Contexts
16:00 Irina Korobina – Director of State Museum Schusev in Moscow
Contemporary Russian Architecture and the Valuable Tradition of the Past
16:15 Sergei Tchoban - Architect/Urban Designer, Founder of the Firm Speech
The Quality of European Townplaning and Details in the Projects for Russia
16:30 Alessandro De Magistris - Professor at Polytechnic of Milan
Comparison between Contemporary, Modern and Ancient in post-Soviet Architecture
16:45 Nicola Di Battista – Architect, Director of the Magazine Domus
Communicate Architecture: Russia vs. the Rest of World
17:00 Paolo Desideri - Architect, Professor at University of Roma Tre
The Moscow Experience of an Italian Architect
17:15 Umberto Zanetti – Engineer / Founder of Zda Zanetti Design Architettura
The Moscow Architectural Experience of an Italian Civil Engineer
17:30 Elisabetta Fabbri – Architect, Expert in Conservation and Restoration of Historic Buildings
The challenge of Reviving and Remodeling Valuable Properties, Neglected in the Past
17:45 Emanuele Bortolotti - Agronomist, Founder of the Firm Ag&P
Landscape Architecture: Enhanced in Russia, Underestimated in Italy
18:00 Renzo Dubbini - Director, Department of Architecture, Construction and Conservation
Main Sponsor: Rizzani de Eccher;
Sponsor: Decormarmi, GranitiFiandre
This seminar follows a previous appointment (“Venice and Modern Architecture”, Ateneo Veneto, May 22nd 2013) with the aim of considering the various aspects of the architectural practice – first of all the culture of technology - in the context of the major choices concerning urbanism. Although from the mere point of view of size Venice and Moscow cannot be compared, they indeed have in common a sort of aphasia in designing the contemporary city. But at opposite ends of the spectrum: Venice, a city that is turning into a museum/mummy, incapable of realizing new buildings even when their architectural quality is clearly high; Moscow, which has gone all the way to becoming a metropolis/megalopolis is eager to accept all possible architectural proposals but eventually at the expenses of quality. In synthesis the anorexy of the former city is not a cause of lesser concern than the bulimia of the latter.
Moscow, the capital of the largest country in the world (in spite of the dissolution of the Soviet Union) has become the most populated metropolis in Europe (16 million people vs. 14 million in London) and is at the same time an extraordinary crossroad with Asia (by far the most populated continent). It could not be more different form the second largest city in Russia, Saint Petersburg (formerly Leningrad), a city-monument which for little more than two centuries has been the capital of the tzars at the time of their maximum power.
Today the capitalist metropolis is looking for a new urban form capable of giving new meaning to the extraordinary monuments of the Soviet regime (starting from the famous “seven sisters” skyscrapers-towers symbols of the most meaningful urban functions), icons of the culture and the propaganda of the late-Marxist regime.
This seminar, introduced by Amerigo Restucci, dean of the Iuav University of Venice, will feature Evgeniya Murinets, a high ranking official with the city administration, who will outline the urban policy in the capital, the rules for approval of project and the importance given to architectural contexts in order to seek the best quality.
The other two Russian speakers will comment on recent achievements: Irina Korobina, the director of the main architectural museum, emphasizing the difficulties to reestablish a continuity with the past tradition overcoming the violent split between communism/collectivism and capitalism/consumerism which has occurred in the last twenty years; Sergei Tchoban will express the thoughts of one of the best-known architects (in his homeland and in Germany) looking for giving a new meaning to the historic cultural ties of Russia with Europe.
These speeches will be followed by the opinions expressed by six Italian experts of the relationship between Moscow and modern architecture. professor Alessandro de Magistris from the Polytechnic of Milan, the director of the magazine Domus, Nicola Di Battista, the professor at the University Roma Tre and founder of the architectural firm Abdr, Paolo Desideri, Umberto Zanetti, engineer and designer, Elisabetta Fabbri, an architect specializing in conservation and restoration, the agronomist Emanuele Bortolotti, founder of the glandascape architectural firm Ag&P.
The seminar has been conceived and will be moderated by Aldo Norsa, professor at the University Iuav of Venice (with the collaboration of the research doctor Elena Giacomello).
The conclusions will be drawn by professor Renzo Dubbini, director of the Department of Architecture, Construction and Conservation, at the Univerity Iuav of Venice.
The project for the new 'Center for Services and Laboratories' of ''Santa Maria della Misericordia'' Hospital in Udine is published on Rassegna Tecnica (Technical Review) of Friuli Venezia Giulia 3/2013, in an article of Giuseppe Suraci, engineer.
Archest is responsible of general masterplan design for the new technological building complex, and is designer for facades.
The professional experience of Annamaria Coccolo, founding partner and lead architect of Archest, published in the collection ‘’Architetti friulani nel mondo’’, edited by Maria Letizia Gagliardi, Mimesis Edizioni, Milan-Udine2013.
Archest, in association with temporary Cooprogetti SCRL, Mr. Paolino Rizzolo and prof. Sergio Pratali Maffei, retired today the first prize for the international competition banished from Province of Palermo to promote the places of the historical Targa Florio.
'' ... The project, as it was specified in the tender, provides for the refirbishment and reuse of the architectural complex: here must be realized ''the Targa Florio and the car'' museum, with an attached center for high-tech machines interactive learning and simulation, and an auditorium for four hundred people. Including the arrangement of outer space to use as a place for plays, and the construction of a runway safe driving with parking. And more: reception, offices, catering services, area shops and info point. ...''
'' (Photo: Remo Livoni, engineer, and Daniele Bazzaro, architect, from Archest; President Giovanni Avanti and Committee Chair Ivan Fardella )''
On the roof of the new residential building in Udine ''Teatro1'': The building, that is in the final phase of its rough construction, takes now its final shape. From the top floors of the building is possible the vision of the main urban landmarks, including the Castle.
Lucio Asquini, engineer founder and manager director of Archest, is lecturer invited in Tashkent for the International Conference titled “Modern housing as an engine for comprehensive development and transformation of rural areas, enhancing living standard population” initiated by the President of Republic of Uzbekistan.
Tashkent, Uzbekistan, 16th-17th april 2013.
CEFS - Centro Edile per la Formazione e la Sicurezza
via Bison, 67
Archest project for the extension of institute "Malignani" in Udine is published on "Edilizia e Territorio", in Sole24Ore, edition 1 to 13 April, 2013:
“Didattica aperta al territorio nell’Istituto 2.0” - Project Ispredil-Ance: Pilot Initiative in Udine with the extension of "Malignani."
International Competition for a "thematic park and car museum "Targa Florio"" (Palermo- Italy)
-Archest (group leader), in consortium with Cooprogetti, prof. arch. Sergio Pratali Maffei, Paolino Rizzolo engineer-
Archest s.r.l. obtained the UNI EN ISO 9001:2008 for the service check on design of buildings for the purpose of validation, conducted pursuant to Presidential Decree n. 207 of 05.10.2010.
The project "Romeo & Juliet", by Archest, wins the "Contest of ideas for the construction of a residential, commercial and office site in Udine in the area between the streets Galilei, the Faula and Aspromonte" organized by Montemare Construction Ltd.
“READING THE CITIES": Archest architectural Workshop, by prof. arch. Giovanna Rossato, to EURASIAN NATIONAL UNIVERSITY of Astana (Republic of Kazakhstan).
Member of "Green Building Council Italy", the profile of Archest is published in the "Green Book 2012".
''Progetti & Concorsi'' by Sole24Ore, no.42 November 2011, indicates Archest to 23 th place in the top 50 Italian architectural firms by revenue, based on the main economic indicators related to balance sheet data of 2010.
The project of Archest, winner of the competition for the new Palace for the offices of the Province of Parma, is published on "Tekneco", a quarterly review about construction and sustainable architecture, renewable energy and innovations applied to the environment, 5 | 2011.
Read the article; www.tekneco.it/studio
...The "FVG Social Housing Consortium" was formed last August between companies in the construction sector, the Consorzio Cooperative Costruzioni Legacoop, two design studios and cooperative non-profit organization specializing in the management of social housing...
In consortium with Proger Spa, Seste engineering, arch. Gaetano De Napoli and michielizanatta.net Geomok, Archest wins the tender and the engagement of design work rehabilitation and modernization of the Trieste seafront in Lignano Sabbiadoro.
Azattyk Ave 75B
The Republic of Kazakhstan
Tel. (+8) 7188.8.131.52
Mob. (+7) 701.785.26.13
Fax. (+8) 7184.108.40.206
Branch Manager: arch. Francesco Polesello
Competition for a New Public Office Building (Parma-Italy) Zero CO2 emissions 1st Price Exhibitions from 24th to 28th May, 2010 Palazzo Giordani, Viale dei Martiri della Libertà, 15. Parma - Italy
"Competition for the design of a building for offices and services based on the principles of environmental sustainability and energy efficient" in-Terranuova Bracciolini (Arezzo, Italy): PROJECT FINALIST
Archest Winner-project of the Competition for a New Public Office Building (Parma-Italy) published on ''Progetti & Concorsi'' n. 6, 15th - 20th february 2010, supplement of "Edilizia e Territorio - Il Sole 24 Ore''
''AGIP KCO New Headquarter'' and ''AGIP KCO New Residential Complex'' in Atyrau, Kazakhstan, are published on "Progetti & Concorsi" n.5, february 9th - 14th 2009, supplement to "Edilizia e Territorio - Il Sole 24 Ore".
Lucio Asquini, director of Archest, is the author, with Eleonora Oleotto, Lara Bassi, of the book about guidelines for work on existing buildings and new construction with evaluation boards of the materials (energy efficency and sustainability)
''EFFICIENZA ENERGETICA E SOSTENIBILITA' - Linee guida per interventi su edifici esistenti e di nuova costruzione con schede di valutazione dei materiali'', Edicom Edizioni, Monfalcone (Gorizia) 2008