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Pencil Box / Paolo Didonè, Sergio De Gioia and Fabrizio Michielon

© Claudia Nalesso
© Claudia Nalesso
  • Architects: Paolo Didonè, Sergio De Gioia, Fabrizio Michielon
  • Location: Modena, Province of Modena, Italy
  • Architects: Paolo Didonè, Sergio de Gioia, Fabrizio Michielon
  • Project Year: 2012
  • Photographs: Claudia Nalesso

© Claudia Nalesso © Claudia Nalesso © Claudia Nalesso © Claudia Nalesso

© Claudia Nalesso
© Claudia Nalesso

From the architect. School building made in 50 days for the earthquake emergency in Emilia Romagna.

© Claudia Nalesso
© Claudia Nalesso

From the square, the building has a concrete wall that acts as a fence.

© Claudia Nalesso
© Claudia Nalesso

A strong, imposing, rough wall aims to convey an idea of strength and protection for parents who bring their children to school. Inside the fence, instead, there is a "colored world".

© Claudia Nalesso
© Claudia Nalesso

A series of color-pillars marks the main facade.

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