The building consists of four aggregated structures intersected one with the other, creating an internal unified space.
From outise, the well-defiend composition has the aim to integrate the new building with the surrounding context, made  of 2/3 storey residential houses with typical triangular roofs.
The flexibility of the internal spaces allows an optimal fruition for the people with disabilities who will be hosted in the new social and health center.
The external ventialted facade is cladded with white glazed ceramic tiles.


Social and Health Center, San Felice sul Panaro (Bologna), Italy
in collaboration with:
Workshop Ricostruzione
Mario Cucinella Architects

role: Architect
(photos courtesy of MCA)