Tag Ivrea, Italy

Architecture Festival in Italy: the winning events

15-09-2020

Architecture Festival in Italy: the winning events

The Directorate-General for Contemporary Creativity and Urban Regeneration of Italy’s Ministry of Cultural Heritage and Activities and Tourism has supported an initiative aimed at developing awareness of the importance of contemporary architecture among the public and promoting quality architecture to aid the country’s civil, social and economic progress: the "Architecture Festival" competition saw the selection of seven winning projects for seven events held in the month of September 2020.

Ivrea as UNESCO World Heritage Site

09-07-2018

Ivrea as UNESCO World Heritage Site

Italy now has its 54th UNESCO World Heritage Site, “Ivrea industrial city of the 20th century”, an acknowledgement of the entire system based on Adriano Olivetti’s humanistic concept, not just the individual buildings. Floornature’s editorial team has been keeping up with the entire process of acknowledgement, from candidacy onwards, recorded in photographs by Gianluca Giordano.

Girelli holiday camp in Ivrea, just declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site

05-07-2018

Girelli holiday camp in Ivrea, just declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site

For many years now, Floornature has been supporting the application of Ivrea, the Piedmont city famous for the brand and the architecture commissioned by Adriano Olivetti as a 20th-century industrial city.

Ivrea Industrial City of the Twentieth Century UNESCO Candidate

02-03-2016

Ivrea Industrial City of the Twentieth Century UNESCO Candidate

Ivrea has presented its candidacy for the status of Industrial City of the Twentieth Century in the UNESCO World Heritage List. The candidacy, documented in a vast photographic dossier by Gianluca Giordano, is Adriano Olivetti’s industrial and socio-cultural project in Ivrea.

Olivetti Residential Centre in Ivrea, Gabetti e Isola

02-09-2005

Olivetti Residential Centre in Ivrea, Gabetti e Isola

Adriano Olivetti had perfectly understood -as did many enlightened public figures before and after him- the need, both in corporate and human and social terms, of building a self-contained centre for his employees.

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