TA ARCHITETTURA

The TA developed in Venice in 2006 as a consolidation and evolution of the professional activity of Alberto Torsello since 1994 in the field of promotion and care of architectural and cultural heritage.

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Ex Pilsen

Urban refurbishment merging different buildings into a commercial brand store. Photo © Ta architettura...

Palazzo Zaguri

Conservation of a 14th-15th century building, repurposed as an exhibition center. Photo © Alessandra Chemollo...

teatro italia, heritage conservation Venice

Cinema Teatro Italia

Restoration of a 1915 theater frescoed by A. Pomi, Martina U., G. Marussig, wrought Iron by U Bellotto, Interesting transformation into a supermarket with respect of the ancient theatre....

fondaco dei tedeschi, heritage conservation Venice

Fondaco dei Tedeschi

The first great store department in Venice into an historic building. Restoration trough some new elements such as stairs, elevators, terrace: the use of noble materials in the Venetian modern tradition...

villa emo

Complesso di Villa Emo, la Fattoria

Restoration and reuse of the farm of Palladio's masterpiece. Exterior arrangement, insertion of new volumes and stairs were carried out while original structure and aspect were maintained. Photo © fulvio orsenigo orch ...

theater la fenice

La Fenice

Reconstruction of the Great Theater La Fenice after the fire that destroyed the building. A deep and detailed control of the geometric and dimensional elements preserved after the fire, and the reconstruction of decorative apparatus....

restoration

Casa Longobarda

The Casa Longobarda was built in the early '500 by the architect Francesco Grazioli mathematician and scholar at the court of Queen Caterina Cornaro Asolo. Located at the west end of the town of Asolo. monument is considered of great value mainly for the rich and unique sculptural apparatus in the facade. The project involves the recovery of residential purposes house on two levels thorough restoration of the external important decorative stone facade with a strict collaboration with the Cultural Heritage Office....