Health Residence  - Lanzo Torinese Italy

Health Residence - Lanzo Torinese Italy

PICCO Architetti
Lanzo Torinese, Metropolitan City of Turin, Italy | View Map
Project Year
Nurse Housing
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PICCO Architetti

Product Spec Sheet

ElementBrandProduct Name
Flooring with gresCERAMICHE KEOPE
Flooring Forbo Flooring Systems
Aluminium curtain wall new volumeSCHÜCO
Flooring Tarkett

Product Spec Sheet
Flooring with gres
Aluminium curtain wall new volume
by Tarkett
by Kone

Health Residence - Elderly Care Home

PICCO Architetti as Architects

The new Collegio San Filippo Neri retirement home in Lanzo Torinese stands out in particular for two aspects. First, it develops a building typology that is in urgent need of improvement in Italy in terms of architectural quality and spaces, performance and formulas. Then it takes an existing historical building and adds new contemporary volumes to create adequate space for the new functions.

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Health Residence - Lanzo Torinese Italy

CERAMICHE KEOPE as Flooring with gres

Through an extensive restoration, Picco Architetti has transformed a former nineteenth-century college on the outskirts of Turin. Built by San Giovanni Bosco back in 1870, today the building consists of four floors and accommodates a hundred beds.

The ceramic collection Code, Taupe color, shows its high affinity with the architectural rhythm of the structure. The 30x120cm, 20mm thick, format dresses the main entrance and the external courtyard with the purity of the stone and the force of the cement.

The same Taupe tone from Elements Design, a resin-effect line with an R10 finish, decorates the bedrooms as well as the meeting and relaxation areas on the ground floor, where a porch with large windows blends past and present in a single, luminous aesthetic vision.

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Flooring with gres
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