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Alfonso Femia is an Italian Architect and Interior Designer currently living in Genova who is mostly known for creating the 5+1 agency in 1995 alongside Gianluca Peluffo. In 2005, his company project has its name changed to Atelier(s), Alfonso Femia.
The Atelier(s) core aim is to explore the world and human relationships, through the use of architecture, dialogue and matter, listening, searching and asserting ideas, for perceptions and transformations of reality are the key components to an architectural conception.
This company’s architectural style is heavily driven by the “perception and the transformation of reality” which can be seen in the many projects that Atelier(s) Alfonso Femia has tackled.
The Atelier(s) confront the contemporary in the way they address the relationship between territory, city and architecture, constructing this relationship as a representation of reality.
Alfonso Fermia’s participation in huge and significant projects has made him one of the best interior designers from Italy, desired by many international companies.
The Villa Créative project aims to support long term the “laboratories of thought” born in the Avignon Festival.
“Cradle of subjects such as the awakening of conscience, the conception of the world of tomorrow through the prism of art, these moments of sharing open to all cultivate a critical sense towards dialogue, encounter, the emergence of a creative identity of the city of Avignon.”
This project is indeed very important to the Alfonso Femia‘s legacy, as it is a very complete international project of Architecture and Interior Design, in one of the best French Universities.
The best way to define Alfonso Femia and his team’s architecture style is by describing it as a style that amplifies human relationships, taking advantage of them to create a dialogue tool between people and contexts.
Meanwhile, there even more iconic projects by him, focusing not only in architecture but also on Interior Design, such as:
The intervention, located in a 1960s building, aims to be a clear urban tale of the city, carried out through the reflections of its monuments, its multiple contexts and the sky on a facade obtained by combining three different glasses. A new skin, with variable geometry, will determine the path that leads from the foyer to the different distribution systems, transforming spaces and atmospheres with its simple “insertion / plug-in”. – He describes on his Website – atelierfemia.comThere is no doubt that Alfonso Femia is a game changer in his area. His ability to restore and develope renewal projects from scratch is one of his most known characteristics.
This new restaurant/bar is an item placed on the Triennale building’s top floor. The project shows a character imagining two items put on top of the other. On the bottom level, where is located the existent terrace, there is a parallelepiped which is parallel to the Triennale’s main façade. In the north area, it includes the kitchen and, on the south one, the dining rooms.
As you can see Alfonso Femia Atelier(s) has a long portfolio with the most different types and styles of projects, from commercial and hospitality to contemporary and modern. The Atelier(s) interprets contemporary in a particular way: the relationship between territory, city, and architecture, constructing this relationship as a representation of reality.
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