Le Albere

The Le Albere neighborhood, the Renzo Piano-designed requalification of the former Michelin industrial area, was conceived with the goal of returning a long abandoned area to the citizens of Trent.

Developed across an 11-hectare surface, it includes apartments, offices, shops, parks, a multi-functional cultural center and the MUSE, the new natural science museum of the city. The neighborhood is connected to the city by a cycling path that runs next to the river.

The roofing solutions of all the buildings were developed using rolled zintek® titanium zinc products supplied by Zintek S.r.l. which, in its capacity as general contractor, also proposed and developed the full stratigraphy of the substructure sustaining the rolled products “skin”.

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Sustainable Architecture

Architecture is sustainable when the economic values of a project are taken into consideration while also accepting all the ethical, environmental and social weight of the choices involved.

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