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Gaudenzio Vino e Cucin | Architecture by BDR bureau | Gaudenzio Vino e Cucina in Torino
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Gaudenzio Vino e Cucin - Architecture

Featured In Gaudenzio Vino e Cucina, Torino, Italy

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Gaudenzio. Refurbishment of a restaurant and winery in Turin, 2015. The project maintains the original features of the interior, freeing the structures and enhancing the vaulted ceiling; the parquet floor has been renovated, the walls have been restored with exposed brick, painted white or partially plastered. Existing materials are complemented by project materials (Carrara marble, marble with orange / green veins, painted steel, oak wood with lacquered inserts) and the color palette, using white as a common backdrop.

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BDR bureau works in the fields of architecture, it is based in Turin and was founded by Alberto Bottero and Simona Della Rocca. It develops projects ranging from the habitat unit to the urban scale through public and private competitions and assignments. The studio pays particular attention to the architecture of re-use and the re-adaptation of living, work and educational spaces. BDR bureau’s projects originate through a broad interpretation of the sites and a deep understanding of the context, with the intention of transforming limits into opportunities. Each project experiments with spatial solutions based on the idea of an open, simple and unexpected architecture that meet the evolving needs of our times. The studio has received awards in various international competitions, and published in several magazines. In 2019 BDR bureau received the award for “Young talent of Italian architecture”, promoted by the national council of architects. BDR bureau has also participated in two editions of the La Biennale di Architettura in Venice: in 2016 (Venice Pavilion, with a vision on the future of Porto Marghera) and in 2018 (Italian Pavilion, with a research project on the re-use of the railway yards).