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Gazoline Petrol Station / Damilano Studio Architects

Gazoline Petrol Station / Damilano Studio Architects

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Text description provided by the architects. Whether it’s providing a break for refueling, or just to stretch the legs before continuing the journey, the design of a service is strongly tied to the idea of travel.

©  Andrea Martiradonna
©  Andrea Martiradonna

With the same continuity, the service station is separated from the asphalt like a ribbon of road wrapping around itself, creating a temporary oasis to accommodate the traveller.

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Site Plan

The architecture of a service station is usually conceived as a mere support function, thus influencing its shape. The architecture, static by definition, becomes closely linked to the concept of continuous flow that becomes the urban landscape.

©  Andrea Martiradonna
©  Andrea Martiradonna

Glass walls close the shell reinforced concrete, cast in special moulds. On the rear elevation, a red steel block is detached from the body and a wolf howling, illuminated at night, drawing attention to the restroom area.

©  Andrea Martiradonna
©  Andrea Martiradonna

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Address:12100 Cuneo, Italy

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Cite: "Gazoline Petrol Station / Damilano Studio Architects" 08 Jun 2011. ArchDaily. Accessed . <https://www.archdaily.com/140570/gazoline-petrol-station-damilano-studio-architects> ISSN 0719-8884
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