San Biagio di Callalta, Treviso
Client: Canova Srl
Architectural Design: Arch. Pier Giorgio Semerano
Structural Design: Ing. Sergio Linguanotto
Project Manager: Ing. Sergio Linguanotto
The architectural design directs maximum attention not only to the architecture of the individual buildings, with the use of materials and technologies able to ensure comfort and energy saving efficiency, but also and above all to the entirety of the work in which the public and common areas are spaces for socialisation. The choice of building materials and original finishings highlight the innovative character of the work entirely realised by CEV. Employing materials such as trachyte pebbles, wooden architectural elements together with galvanised steel load-bearing structures, the use of gravel roofing and breathable plaster made of natural hydraulic lime reproducing a historic mixture, very popular in the Veneto area, as well as the use of wooden raised flooring have all contributed to making this residential complex a unique example of its kind.
The complex is made up of 15 residential blocks for a total of 36 living units, the majority of which are over two floors and have a large garden or terrace.
The complexity of the project allows each house to have a different view of the porticoes, squares and lanes.