Project Description

The intervention, signed by the Asti Architects, aims to radically redevelop a building of the '50, built after the events that took place during World War II, which had devastating impact throughout the entire area.

The complete restauration of the residence with its new architectural language and the use of advanced technology furthermore refine the aesthetics of the prestigious building guaranteeing high energy efficiency.

The prospect of the façade and the common areas enhances the brightness of the interior, the quality of the materials and the charm of the spaces.

The reference materials in the Palace for the stone parts will be those pre-existing, while the color palette is oriented on ranges of gray. The natural wood frames will be featured both in the frame and in the blinds.

The building consists of two bodies both above ground where the first one, outer perimeter overlooking Via Vigna and via Luini, contains five floors, while the second one, interior body, holds tree floors.

The underground level of the building holds parking and garages, accessible from from via Vignia by vehicle ramp equipped with an automatic gate opening and closing through remote control. The underground level is directly connected to the residences. There is also a pedestrian entrance from via Luini with a lobby and a porter. 

The courtyard of Palazzo Luini will be paved with materials of excellence continuing the design language from the interior and partly dedicated to a garden enhancing the luxury atmosphere.