Built between 1928 and 1930, Palazzo Novecento was designed by Gino Levi Montalcini and Giuseppe Pagano and it is an example of Italian Rationalism. The main goal of the actual project is to protect its beauty and update this architecture masterpiece to modern needs. The building is composed by 48 apartments of different sizes and it is registered LEED for Homes Multifamily Midrise, the LEED rating systems for residential building with LEED Gold as target for certification.
Property: Progetto 101 Srl – Gruppo IPI
Gross floor area: 7.078 m2
Development & Project Management: IPI Servizi
Architectural design: Baietto Battiato Bianco Architetti Associati
Mechanical and electrical systems design: Colletti Ingegneria
Structural design: Sintecna
LEED AP Homes: Arch. Elena Leonardelli – Macro Design Studio Srl
LEED for Homes Green Rater: Arch. Paola Moschini – Macro Design Studio Srl
LEED for Homes Provider: Megan Gilman – Active Energies, Inc.