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Office Loft Project | Architecture by Carola Vannini
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Office Loft Project | Architecture by Carola Vannini
Office Loft Project | Architecture by Carola Vannini
Office Loft Project | Architecture by Carola Vannini

Office Loft Project - Architecture

Featured In Roma, Italy

An ancient warehouse used for the storage of wagons on the market in Piazza Vittorio in Rome has been transformed into a modern working space. The goal was to create a strong contrast between the envelope of the existing structure and the new architectural construction. The contrast between the two different functions has therefore suggested two parallel design approaches: on the one hand the preservation of the original characteristics and on the other the inclusion of new contemporary elements that are highly recognizable and characterizing.

Item Office Loft Project
Created by Carola Vannini
As seen in Piazza Vittorio Emanuele II, Roma, Italy
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Carola Vannini
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Carola Vannini was born in Rome in 1973; she graduated in Architecture from the University of Rome La Sapienza. He completed his professional background working in the field of architecture and design in important cities such as New York and Paris. After two years of work experience in New York, Carola returned to Rome in 2002 and started her own Carola Vannini Architecture studio.
Carola's design approach is distinguished by the different international experiences and the contemporary architectural language that seeks a dialogue between old and new.
Our architecture firm develops housing and commercial space designs through life and work experiences that bring together different cultures and backgrounds. The firm’s activity is mainly focused on residential architecture, but applies to all types of projects: from smaller residential and renovation works up to larger commercial and new-construction projects.
The work developed in New York around the year 2000, mixed together with a classical Italian cultural background, is giving life to a design that respects peculiar traditions and is open to new and innovative solutions.
This concept brought fresh challenges and sensations to the study of living spaces and a new crossroads where new and old meet.
The research we have done on residential and commercial spaces has enabled us to realize and materialize different concepts of living based on our clients’ various needs and mentalities.
From thought to concept to realized space, we work with our clients to ensure that their vision becomes reality through architecture and design.