MERIDA, MUSEUM

19/10/2021

MERIDA, MUSEUM

The prism-monolith of the Museo di Visigoth art in Merida, "internalizes" the presence of great archaeological signs of the city of Merida, and the directions of these signs, which by carving the monolith produce the "fractures" that become the symbolic and emotional heart of the project: the large central void around which the exhibition is articulated.

The most important of these "fractures" is represented by the trace of the aqueduct, which cuts vertically the volume of the museum, separating the exhibition area from the more technical part of the museum services (such as administrative management area, restoration places...).

The exhibition path and emotional focus of the museum is the pedestrian ramp that winds in a loop around the large central reservoir, giving access to the entire exhibition area: the visitor is forced to pass through the different exhibition areas, that will bring him in contact with the archaeological remains and at the same time to live very strong architectural and emotional experiences: the ramp is a journey back in time, according to the chronological sense of the evolution of art, which is never regular and continuous but has frequent interruptions.

 

DIGITAL INNOVATION GATE 421 (DIG 421)

The Digital Innovation Gate 421 is a collaborative hub designed as a place of innovation open to the territory but with an international vocation.

It is a complex of offices organized in modular volumes, evoking the binary digital language, connected by a green scenic wall made in steel. The building is made in cement, steel and glass — and seeks a close dialogue with the environment, in an osmotic relationship with nature. This porosity makes the landscape a constituent part of the project: the complex is interspersed with small squares, pedestrian paths and landscaping that give shape to the idea of connection and relationship.

The DIG 421 brings together several innovative skills, and aims to build a technological Italian “borgo” in which to exchange know-how and share projects, to become an important point of reference in the territory.In September 4th 2021 the first part of the complex was inaugurated, and  the development of further new spaces in the near future is already planned.

Additional Info

  • Year 2021
  • Location Milan, Italy
  • Client Reale Immobili
  • Status competition on invitations
  • Title

    TITO SPERI, Milan  

    year: 2021  

    status: competition on invitations 

    client: Reale Immobili  

    Project: Nemesi Architects

    Partners| Project Manager: Nicola Magistretti; Sustainability strategies Manager: Goldmann & Partners; System design: Manens-tifs; Structures design: Studio Milan; Metric Computation: GSP Italia; Fire Strategies Manager: Davide Luraschi

Tesisquare Campus and Digital Innovation Gate 421 | A contemporary collaborative Italian “borgo” with a positive impact

 

TESISQUARE CAMPUS MASTER PLAN

"We designed the Tesisquare Project as an innovative Campus based on the Olivettian model, that gives shape to an open and inclusive vision of a company, sustainable and integrated with the territory, as Tesisquare". 

Michele Molè and Susanna Tradati, Nemesi Architects.

 

The Project  signed by Nemesi of the Tesisquare Campus in Cherasco began in 2019, with the design of the new headquarter of the Tesisquare Company and its services, growing over time with the development of the Digital Innovation Gate (DIG) 421. This is a collaborative and transversal hub of which was inaugurated the first part in September 2021.  Together these two poles give life to the innovative Technological Village located on the suburbs of Cherasco (CN), a stone’s throw from the Langhe.

The new Tesisquare headquarter and the DIG 421 are the two main axes of the project, conceived as linear modular systems integrated into the landscape, positioned in a north-south direction; around these two "architectural infrastructures" are designed its integrated services, such as the large access hall with meeting rooms, the café and lunchroom, and the semi-underground conference room, that put together a new idea of collaborative and inclusive community, a truly Italian “borgo” of innovation of the twenty-first century.

The project seeks a new model of urbanity with positive impact, in dialogue with the territory and inspired by the social and environmental context in which it is inserted, and based on the idea of Architecture-Landscape, where nature and architecture are modeled each other, giving life to the transversal sustainability of the project. At the center of this idea are the man and the community, around which the entire project is organized. 

In the idea of Tesisquare Campus there is the Olivettian Model concept, in which architecture is at the service of the community, building an osmotic relationship with the landscape (a true foundamental element of urban regeneration).

 

 

DIGITAL INNOVATION GATE 421 (DIG 421)

The Digital Innovation Gate 421 is a collaborative hub designed as a place of innovation open to the territory but with an international vocation.

It is a complex of offices organized in modular volumes, evoking the binary digital language, connected by a green scenic wall made in steel. The building is made in cement, steel and glass — and seeks a close dialogue with the environment, in an osmotic relationship with nature. This porosity makes the landscape a constituent part of the project: the complex is interspersed with small squares, pedestrian paths and landscaping that give shape to the idea of connection and relationship.

The DIG 421 brings together several innovative skills, and aims to build a technological Italian “borgo” in which to exchange know-how and share projects, to become an important point of reference in the territory.In September 4th 2021 the first part of the complex was inaugurated, and  the development of further new spaces in the near future is already planned.

Latest photos of Digital Innovation Gate construction site in Cherasco, part of the wider renovation project of the Tesisquare headquarters. Ph: Tesisquare Archive

Headquarter Eni under construction in San Donato Milanese, ph: Duepiedisbagliati - courtesy Urban File

PLATFORM HOUSE @ BIENNALE OF ARCHITECTURE VENICE 2021


From 22 May to 22 August Nemesi presents the Yun Xi Ting project in Shenzhen, at Scuola Grande di Ns. Signora della Misericordia; thanks to the initiative promoted by Platform.

Arch.Susanna Tradati attended the event on July 14, with her intervention "Liquid Landscape" soon online. For further information, here is the link to the project on the organisers' website. 

CASA PLATFORM @ BIENNALE DI ARCHITETTURA VENEZIA 2021

 

 

In conjunction with the International Architecture Biennale in Venice, from 22 May to 22 August 2021, Platform will host a unique event at the Scuola Grande di Ns. Signora della Misericordia.

Casaplatform@biennale will simultaneously host 2 thematic exhibitions with the direct involvement of 140 Italian and international architecture studios, which will animate a dense program of lectures during the Platform Architecture Festival days.

Nemesi Architects will partecipate with Yun Xi Jin Ting project.

 

 

 

Headquarter Eni under construction in San Donato Milanese.

 

ph: Alessandra Dosselli

The latest steps for the completion of the Digital Innovation Gate construction site in Cherasco, part of the wider renovation project of the Tesisquare headquarters.

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