facade renovation - Palace Mazzolari Mosca

new light for an old building Pesaro / Italy / 2012

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The construction of the palace was commissioned by Antonio Maria Mazzolari and is performed between 1736 and 1768 to a design by Gianandrea Lazzarini .
The architecture of the Palazzo Mazzolari Mosca, a splendid example of noble palace, the highest building in Pesaro in 1700, is set according to the classical scheme of the palace, marked by a central axis that passes through it lengthwise.

The facade is symmetrical nobly, with eleven windows, spread over three floors, divided by cornices and pilasters at the center, the body of the main portal, with shoulders and rusticated archway, with elegant style and type due to those developed by Serlio in his Treaty.

The facades are facing a well-preserved in exposed brick, certainly originated by the excellent technical and manufacturing ability of the workers who worked in the old Papal States, as evidenced by numerous other palaces and churches in the Marche and Romagna. The bands, the projections and the frames of the architectural design are made ​​of Istrian stone, as well as with the same material color- contrasting with the brick are made also the horizontal elements: belt courses, cornice, pedestal.

The interventions aim then the storage of materials and structures with the help, if necessary, additional structures compatible and not prevaricating over the existing one works, where possible , so that the intervention is visible and intelligible structurally, documenting also the evidence of degradation and use that motivated and justified the activities carried out for storage.
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    The construction of the palace was commissioned by Antonio Maria Mazzolari and is performed between 1736 and 1768 to a design by Gianandrea Lazzarini . The architecture of the Palazzo Mazzolari Mosca, a splendid example of noble palace, the highest building in Pesaro in 1700, is set according to the classical scheme of the palace, marked by a central axis that passes through it lengthwise. The facade is symmetrical nobly, with eleven windows, spread over three floors, divided by cornices...

    Project details
    • Year 2012
    • Work started in 2011
    • Work finished in 2012
    • Client Comune di Pesaro
    • Contractor SCARPETTI GEOM. UBALDO E C. SNC” di ASCOLI PICENO - subappalto HALT sas di Valerio Borzacchini & C. di Ascoli Piceno
    • Cost €. 206.737,83
    • Status Completed works
    • Type Town Halls / Recovery/Restoration of Historic Buildings
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