Work Spaces A NEW HOME FOR SAN PELLEGRINO PROPOSAL
2016
SAN PELLEGRINO TERME, BERGAMO, ITALY

The project is organized into four key themes: to be natural, to be pure, to be conscientious, to be cool.

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The project is organized into four key themes: to be natural, to be pure, to be conscientious, to be cool.
To be natural, regarding the environment. Coming from the valley the first impact is a green bridge over the river Brembo. The bridge vegetation and the perimeter fence in natural stone are designed to be integrated with the landscape. To be pure, regarding the water as the symbol of purity. The plant is redesigned using the architectural language of the historic building, adding the highest hygiene standards in order to communicate purity. To be conscientious, regarding all staff. The historical offices building has a new gallery where there are located the executive offices, the library, the company cafeteria and the gym. The renewed architecture of the offices makes the working life desirable and efficient. To be cool, regarding visitors. The visitors have direct access to the Water Theatre and to the Experience Lab. The Water Theater is a water mirror designed for events and outdoor installations. The Experience Lab includes the main lobby entrance, lounges, laboratories, exhibition spaces, restaurants, library and the auditorium. The Experience Lab will offer the sense of Italian style and hospitality in a space full of nature.

PROJECT
aMDL architetto Michele De Lucchi S.r.l. - Michele De Lucchi

PROJECT TEAM
Nicholas Bewick (project director), Angelo Micheli (project director), Sara Casartelli, Neri D’Alessandro, Silvia Figini, Francesco Garofoli, Alessandro Ghiringhelli, Filippo Meda, Elena Naldi, Vittorio Romano, Matteo Di Ciommo (model maker)

CONSULTANTS
Milan Ingegneria (structural engineers, MEP engineers); Muller BBM (acoustic consultant);  Gustafson-Porter (landscape design); Von Kardoff (lighting design)

CLIENT
San Pellegrino S.p.A.

AREA
90.000 m2

CHRONOLOGY
2016 design

VIDEO
Mario Greco