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  • In front of Villa Emma

    The building is conceived as a compact and stereometric mass, enclosed by a brick masonry wall which follows the perimeter of the plot.
    The presence and continuity of the wall recreates a sense of shelter and gathering, in analogy to the daily routines of the Villa during the stay of the kids.

    Client: Fondazione Villa Emma
    : 2018
    Location: Nonantola, Italy
    Architectural design: OPPS (Filippo Pecorai, Francesco Polci, Antonio Salvi) + AFSa (Antonio Acocella, Alessandro Falaschi, Pietro Seghi)
    Collaborators: Federica Bresin