Caratti-Govone Palace

Alba / Italy / 2013

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The original core of the medieval palace (XIII Century) was built on the ruins of a Roman "domus" located within the town of Alba Pompeia (I-II Century). The project involved the demolition of several smaller buildings, the construction of a new "L-shaped" section towards the Theater Square and the three floors underground parking, built after the creation of a soldier pile wall of micro piles counteracted by 3 sets of temporary anchoring rock bolts. The delicate task of restoration and redefinition of the drawing, subsequent to the archaeological, architectural and artistic finds, allowed to integrate the valuable historical artifacts, greatly increasing the symbolic and commercial value of the building.
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    The original core of the medieval palace (XIII Century) was built on the ruins of a Roman "domus" located within the town of Alba Pompeia (I-II Century). The project involved the demolition of several smaller buildings, the construction of a new "L-shaped" section towards the Theater Square and the three floors underground parking, built after the creation of a soldier pile wall of micro piles counteracted by 3 sets of temporary anchoring rock bolts. The delicate task of restoration and...

    Project details
    • Year 2013
    • Work started in 2007
    • Work finished in 2013
    • Main structure Masonry
    • Client Privato
    • Contractor Barberis Aldo
    • Cost 6.050.000,00
    • Status Completed works
    • Type Multi-family residence / Recovery/Restoration of Historic Buildings
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