Tag Modusarchitects

MoDusArchitects presents new entrance and extension of the Novacella Abbey Museum.

15-06-2021

MoDusArchitects presents new entrance and extension of the Novacella Abbey Museum.

On June 4, the museum of the Novacella Abbey was inaugurated, following the completion of the renovation works designed by MoDusArchitects, consisting of the new entrance and the extension to the museum complex. The architects had the challenging task of working with a highly heterogeneous structure, with elements dating back to the different architectural eras of the abbey and, thanks to the incisive work carried out, they were able to create a harmonious new space, with a view towards the future.

MoDusArchitects’ Renovation and expansion of Accademia Cusanus: Structures, Surfaces and Light

30-03-2021

MoDusArchitects’ Renovation and expansion of Accademia Cusanus: Structures, Surfaces and Light

Following a design competition held in 2017, MoDusArchitects was appointed to renovate and expand Accademia Cusanus in Bressanone, Italy. The architects were asked to come up with a measured project that would leave the three existing buildings unaltered and create a new public space uniting the entire academic complex.

MoDusArchitects Mobility, Architecture and Landscape in infrastructure design

24-07-2020

MoDusArchitects Mobility, Architecture and Landscape in infrastructure design

MoDusArchitects planned the expansion of the Bressanone-Varna ring road, including a sculptural new portal forming the gateway to the city of Bressanone, in the province of Bolzano. MoDusArchitects’ project reduces the volume of traffic at street level by creating an alternative route composed of interconnected roads which are largely underground, offering a model that might be replicated in similar projects in many other small towns.

MoDusArchitects’ TreeHugger, a sculptural volume for the tourist information office in Bressanone

27-02-2020

MoDusArchitects’ TreeHugger, a sculptural volume for the tourist information office in Bressanone

TreeHugger is a new building designed by MoDusArchitects for the tourist information office in Bressanone, in the province of Bolzano. The sculptural new volume designed by architects Sandy Attia and Matteo Scagnol was selected in an international design contest announced in 2016.

Obiettivo Architettura at the Maxxi in Rome

11-10-2017

Obiettivo Architettura at the Maxxi in Rome

Until 12th December the Maxxi Museum in Rome will host Obiettivo Architettura Dialoghi tra fotografia, immagine e progetto (Architecture through the Lens, conversations on photography, image and design) a series of talks with designers and photographers to understand how photography presents architecture.

MoDus Architects: artist residence and atelier in Castelrotto

26-03-2014

MoDus Architects: artist residence and atelier in Castelrotto

Taking a new look at traditional Alpine architecture, MoDus Architects (Matteo Scagnol and Sandy Attia) have built a residence and atelier for artist Hubert Kostner in Castelrotto, in the province of Bolzano in Alto Adige. Designing a contemporary building with roots in the past, MoDus uses traditional materials in a contemporary way, innovating in the design of the home and workshop.

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