PUBLIC LIBRARY, Briosco, Italy, competition, 2014Read less
The building is inserted in the slope of the ground and it is characterized and identifiable by a single prospect. A sloping path leads to the entrance, preparing the users for the experience of an unexpectedly buried and bright space. The structural concept is reduced to three tilted pillars placed in support of the wall against the ground. The facade concretizes in a concrete beam-wall made up of five triangles whose vertices seem to be stuck in the ground, in order to define the anchorage of the project to the site. The building is deliberately introverted and does not aspire to establish a direct relationship with the views of the landscape but rather seeks light solutions ideal for the function of the building.
WITH Alessandro Curti, Ing. Mario Monotti RENDERS Pietro Torricini