Il progetto della nuova sede Gabetti a Perugia, in prossimità del centro storico lungo via XX Settembre,
ha ottenuto due prestigiosi riconoscimenti a scala internazionale.
Il progetto elaborato dall’Architetto Andrea Dragoni, che ha visto coinvolto anche l’artista Nicola Renzi,
è risultato vincitore del World Architecture Community Awards 34 edizione nella categoria interni.
The project tries to redefine the concept of real estate agency. The idea is to imagine an internal space in continuity with the external one, thus opening the sales activity to the city. This occurs through a system of site-specific works of art that formally and materially refer to, and symbolically investigate the founding elements of the material of the buildings: the brick. The treatment of spaces takes place with a system of signs, especially on the ceiling, which try to punctuate the depth of the space that is centered by a system of ascent at the heart of the entire spatial composition.
Il progetto ha ottenuto, sempre nella categoria interni, la menzione d’onore nel Architecture Masterprize international award 2020, quest’ultimo importante premio internazionale ha visto come vincitore assoluto l’archistar giapponese Tadao Ando con l’HE Art Museum in Cina.
Andrea Dragoni designs and builds works in Italy and abroad for public and private institutions. He has been adjunct professor in Faculty of Architecture and Society, Politecnico di Milano at the Faculty of Engineering of Perugia, now is teaching at the Academy of Fine Arts Pietro Vannucci of Perugia. His works have been published in the most important international magazines, and received significant and international awards. Selected recent exhibitions are: Biennale di Venezia 2016,Emerging architecture at the RIBA in London, and the German Design Award at the Museum of Art in Frankfurt.