Via Scandellara/Bologna - Borgosesia Spa

Via Scandellara/Bologna


Location: Bologna
Work status: building site completed – For sale
Credits: project. Frascari group
The project, managed by the Frascari group, is part of an important urban redevelopment project. To date, the works have already been completed for the construction of five residential buildings, of approximately 5000 square meters in total, with the aim of giving new life to an abandoned area and regenerating degraded spaces and places in favor of an improvement in the quality of life of the citizen.

The Frascari group has been operating for over 30 years in the residential and industrial building sector. With its long experience it is able to offer a complete service, which goes from design to construction, taking into account the customer’s needs and the agreed times through participatory urban planning procedures. In fact, for this project, citizens were also involved, allowing the configuration of the current urban plan. Thanks to this urban planning agreement, specific parameters have been studied which provide very high standards of quality of living.

For the construction of the apartments, were used the latest generation criteria, thus contributing to enhancing the interior finishes, while the spaces were designed to make the most of the brightness of the housing complex.

Externally the structure is covered by a ventilated facade in Klinker. In addition to the bioclimatic performance, the facade is able to eliminate the problems associated with all external atmospheric agents. The great advantage of this system is in fact linked to the durability of the facade guaranteed for the entire life of the building.

The added value of this project is given by the use of an integrated low enthalpy geothermal system which supplies heating and cooling to the entire building and the production of domestic hot water. All this is possible thanks to the use of deep geothermal probes, which go 100 meters deep, which with a heat pump allows the exchange of energy in a continuous and natural way.