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.
The project is the expansion of a country holiday house of the 70ies. Above the existing foundation is located a new structure with technology "balloon frame" internally coated with wooden panels and externally painted with raw larch planks to emphasize the integration with the context and its adaptability to time changes.
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.
The complex of Villa Rinaldi is located at the base of the hill of Asolo country area. The complex originally consisted in a set of buildings arranged to "U": the center is the sixteenth-century magniloquent Villa, on the west end designed a well designed 16th Century country building and on the other end of the house of gardener. The preservation and rehabilitation of historic and artistic value of the complex Villa Rinaldi is based on a program of reuse of the complex for cultural purposes, for public use, residential and private use. The complex of Villa Rinaldi highlights the formal and functional relationships between the large main body, frescoed inside, the two agricultural barns adjacent to use and articulated system of gardens.
The building is a XX Century Urban Villa of four levels and two extensions wings facing the Tevere river in Rome. The project aims an assessment of the interior spaces and architectural features suggested the use of quality materials with classic designs with a contemporary and innovative composition and elements in dialogue with the classical context.
The project is the restoration of a holiday house built in the seventies according to the traditions of Apulian building styles known as “pajare”. They was reinterpreted in a modern way and with the creation of outdoor spaces.
The Palace is located in the old town of Treviso near to the Malvasia Ponte one of the most charming places of the city.
Through the restoration of the facades he has come to light the valuable decorative exterior and interior apparatus. The restoration project transform into new living spaces the !4th century building, with new technology and structural safety interventions.
The Villa De Mattia building complex is located near the historic town of Asolo in the Santa Caterina and consist of the monumental Villa, the annexed Loggia and the northwest and east seats gardens. The project includes a careful intervention and small internal changes to rifunzionalizzazione and adjustments for the new cultural destination, office and residential.