REbuild 2013 Awards: the winners are…

The national convention REbuild (Riva del Garda, November 26-27) tackled the subject of sustainable management and upgrading of properties, a major scope in the Italian industry outline and a new priority for the country – as stated by Gianluca Salvatori, president of Progetto Manifattura and co-author of the convention- an economic priority, not just ethical and cultural.

Consistently with these concepts, the REbuild Prize was given to:








First prize Lombardini22 for the project Segreen Business Park (LEED Gold), developer CBRE Global Investors.
It’s an outstanding destination for knowledge workers, designed according to the highest standards and the new ways of working. A three buildings complex (30.000 sqm office surfaces), that communicate through transparent connections, chosen by Brother, Lenovo, Triumph, Covidien, Symantech. A 24hours living pedestrian square; a “5 Stars services” building for restaurant and refreshment facility; a large parking (610 cars, 21 motos, 62 bykes). The CENED Certification and LEED Gold (LEED Core & Shell) precertification have already been obtained, so now it aims at LEED “Platinum”. Actual facts may be summed up as follows: to build less, use less water and resources, improve the quality of the site.








Second prize to “Brennone21” an architecture in Reggio Emilia designed by Laboratorio di Architettura Architetti Associati.
An actual example of new methodologies sperimentation. It’s a number of reutilization projects concerning energy and typologies to obtain a building not introducing greenhouse gases (Carbon Zero) into the atmosphere due to the heating.








Third prize to Park Associati Architetti for the refurbishment of “La Serenissima” Via Turati, Milan for Morgan Stanley Italian Office Fund.
Respectful of the original planning, the renovation of the office building known as Palazzo Campari’, designed at the end of the ‘60 by Ermenegildo and Eugenio Soncini, provided for an extremely flexible subdivision of interiors, thanks also to by the indoor lighting system and an optimization of access and connection systems. The project team includes General Planning (Site supervision, Structural, Mechanical and Electrical Engineering); ECHarris Built Asset Consultancy (Project Management); Habitech (LEED Certification); DEGW (space planning e interior design).


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