“A house dressed with wood”

Architect: Nanni e Fornari (Fornari & Associates)

Place: Santarcangelo (Rimini, Italy)

Project Type: Private residence

The idea comes from a simple concept: integrating the house with the surrounding environment based on solar orientation.

Nanni, one of the architects, says: “We thought about the sliding shutters and the wood lining like a house’s dress, sewn on it like a sartorial dress”.

The main facade defines the limit between inside and outside and have to be able to defend itself from the succession of the seasons: the lining, the windows and the shutters, all made with Oak wood have the function of ensuring the right comfort inside thanks to their high energy performance.

“#PomaSeiUno”

Customer: Borio Mangiarotti

Place: Milan (Italy)

Project Type: Apartment complex

Such a prestigious achievement as to become even a hashtag on social networks:  if you search “#PomaSeiUno” you can admire photographs of the building taken by those who, passing, were impressed.
We are proud to show that a reference company based in Milan has chosen Vertaglia wood windows for this prestigious construction in Poma street.

“The T of Maestri Campionesi”

Customer: Borio Mangiarotti

Place: Milan (Italy)

Project Type: Apartment complex

As you can see from the last shot of the video, the complex consists of three buildings arranged in a “T” and has more than 500 wooden frames!
For us at Vertaglia Infissi having partecipated to this realization in Maestri Campionesi street in Milan is a source of pride.

Appartamenti

Customer: C&I Construction company

Place: Rozzano (Milan, Italy)

Project Type: Apartment complex

The apartments overlook the green of the small park in front of the building and enjoy excellent living comfort thanks to the technologies used.

We at the Vertaglia Infissi have supplied the windows in white painted wood, some of which belong to the Stone line, the range of wooden windows externally covered in aluminum.
Thanks to the latter, where necessary, the window integrates with the architectural elements of the structure: the perfect mix between the fineness of wood and functionality.