Turin, Via Mercantini 9
“Modern taste in ancient Turin”.
Built in the second half of the 1960s, the building is developed along three streets with a particular horseshoe-shaped setting, adapting perfectly to the “chessboard” that characterizes the city plan.
The building has nine floors above ground and two underground floors. The supporting structure is traditional in reinforced concrete with external infill panels covered with stone material. Inside the partitions are made with fixed and mobile divisions and the finishes include raised floors and false ceilings.