Secondary school Petriolo
The school complex is imagined as a composite, sober, discreet organism. It is divided into a multiplicity of spaces that are combined with each other: from those that must ensure levels of privacy and quiet, independence and autonomy, compared to others that invite participation, exchange, sharing.
The architecture of the school adopts the courtyard typology and seeks a dialogue with the context through the reinterpretation of the forms and materials of local architecture.
The façade is conceived pursuing a unitary architectural language, an expression of a constructive tradition linked to the culture of the places, highlighting the forms and structural characteristics of the building. The external cladding system consists of a ventilated facade whose cladding is made up of prefabricated elements in extruded brick.
Client: Comune di Petriolo
Location: Petriolo, Italia
Architectural design: AFSa (Antonio Acocella, Alessandro Falaschi, Pietro Seghi)
Structural design: AEI Progetti
MEP design: Consilium srl
Acoustic design: Studio associato ANL
Landascape design: Land. Arch. Gianna Galgani
Geologist: Terra & Opere srl
Collaborators: Andrea Dechamps, Stefano Lacala, Fiamma Leoncini, Francesco Martella