Designed by the studio Pichler Architects, the new Mila Südtirol headquarters in Bolzano combines rigorous lines and natural materials like larch wood with the rugged stucco used for mountain lodges.

Designed by the studio Pichler Architects, the new Mila Südtirol headquarters in Bolzano combines rigorous lines and natural materials like larch wood with the rugged stucco used for mountain lodges.

From the outside, the architecture stands out for its geometric lines, paced by large glazings that allow natural light to flood the interiors.

Inside, the four levels are crossed by a large central staircase, a tribute to the forms of mountain canyons. The central skylight offers a marvelous view.

The flooring is in Nuvolato, the cement-based solution from Ideal Work that creates continuity in the spaces while adding an evocative materic effect, in tune with the warmth of the wood.

Stahlbau Pichler has designed the expansion and modernization of the plant, and the construction of structures and facades for the new Mila headquarters.

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Designed by the studio Pichler Architects, the new Mila Südtirol headquarters in Bolzano combines rigorous lines and natural materials like larch wood with the rugged stucco used for mountain lodges. - Designed by the studio Pichler Architects, the new Mila Südtirol headquarters in Bolzano combines rigorous lines and natural materials like larch wood with the rugged stucco used for mountain lodges. From the outside, the architecture stands out for its geometric lines, paced by large glazings that allow natural light to flood the interiors. Inside, the four levels are crossed by a large central staircase, a tribute to the forms of mountain canyons. The central skylight offers a marvelous view. The flooring is in Nuvolato, the cement-based solution from Ideal Work that creates continuity in the spaces while adding an evocative materic effect, in tune with the warmth of the wood. Stahlbau Pichler has designed the expansion and modernization of the plant, and the construction of structures and facades for the new Mila headquarters.
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Designed by the studio Pichler Architects, the new Mila Südtirol headquarters in Bolzano combines rigorous lines and natural materials like larch wood with the rugged stucco used for mountain lodges. - Designed by the studio Pichler Architects, the new Mila Südtirol headquarters in Bolzano combines rigorous lines and natural materials like larch wood with the rugged stucco used for mountain lodges. From the outside, the architecture stands out for its geometric lines, paced by large glazings that allow natural light to flood the interiors. Inside, the four levels are crossed by a large central staircase, a tribute to the forms of mountain canyons. The central skylight offers a marvelous view. The flooring is in Nuvolato, the cement-based solution from Ideal Work that creates continuity in the spaces while adding an evocative materic effect, in tune with the warmth of the wood. Stahlbau Pichler has designed the expansion and modernization of the plant, and the construction of structures and facades for the new Mila headquarters. [gallery ids="168376,168380,168378,168382,168384,168386,168388"]
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Designed by the studio Pichler Architects, the new Mila Südtirol headquarters in Bolzano combines rigorous lines and natural materials like larch wood with the rugged stucco used for mountain lodges. - Designed by the studio Pichler Architects, the new Mila Südtirol headquarters in Bolzano combines rigorous lines and natural materials like larch wood with the rugged stucco used for mountain lodges. From the outside, the architecture stands out for its geometric lines, paced by large glazings that allow natural light to flood the interiors. Inside, the four levels are crossed by a large central staircase, a tribute to the forms of mountain canyons. The central skylight offers a marvelous view. The flooring is in Nuvolato, the cement-based solution from Ideal Work that creates continuity in the spaces while adding an evocative materic effect, in tune with the warmth of the wood. Stahlbau Pichler has designed the expansion and modernization of the plant, and the construction of structures and facades for the new Mila headquarters. [gallery ids="168376,168380,168378,168382,168384,168386,168388"]
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Designed by the studio Pichler Architects, the new Mila Südtirol headquarters in Bolzano combines rigorous lines and natural materials like larch wood with the rugged stucco used for mountain lodges. - Designed by the studio Pichler Architects, the new Mila Südtirol headquarters in Bolzano combines rigorous lines and natural materials like larch wood with the rugged stucco used for mountain lodges. From the outside, the architecture stands out for its geometric lines, paced by large glazings that allow natural light to flood the interiors. Inside, the four levels are crossed by a large central staircase, a tribute to the forms of mountain canyons. The central skylight offers a marvelous view. The flooring is in Nuvolato, the cement-based solution from Ideal Work that creates continuity in the spaces while adding an evocative materic effect, in tune with the warmth of the wood. Stahlbau Pichler has designed the expansion and modernization of the plant, and the construction of structures and facades for the new Mila headquarters. [gallery ids="168376,168380,168378,168382,168384,168386,168388"]
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Designed by the studio Pichler Architects, the new Mila Südtirol headquarters in Bolzano combines rigorous lines and natural materials like larch wood with the rugged stucco used for mountain lodges. - Designed by the studio Pichler Architects, the new Mila Südtirol headquarters in Bolzano combines rigorous lines and natural materials like larch wood with the rugged stucco used for mountain lodges. From the outside, the architecture stands out for its geometric lines, paced by large glazings that allow natural light to flood the interiors. Inside, the four levels are crossed by a large central staircase, a tribute to the forms of mountain canyons. The central skylight offers a marvelous view. The flooring is in Nuvolato, the cement-based solution from Ideal Work that creates continuity in the spaces while adding an evocative materic effect, in tune with the warmth of the wood. Stahlbau Pichler has designed the expansion and modernization of the plant, and the construction of structures and facades for the new Mila headquarters. [gallery ids="168376,168380,168378,168382,168384,168386,168388"]
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Designed by the studio Pichler Architects, the new Mila Südtirol headquarters in Bolzano combines rigorous lines and natural materials like larch wood with the rugged stucco used for mountain lodges. - Designed by the studio Pichler Architects, the new Mila Südtirol headquarters in Bolzano combines rigorous lines and natural materials like larch wood with the rugged stucco used for mountain lodges. From the outside, the architecture stands out for its geometric lines, paced by large glazings that allow natural light to flood the interiors. Inside, the four levels are crossed by a large central staircase, a tribute to the forms of mountain canyons. The central skylight offers a marvelous view. The flooring is in Nuvolato, the cement-based solution from Ideal Work that creates continuity in the spaces while adding an evocative materic effect, in tune with the warmth of the wood. Stahlbau Pichler has designed the expansion and modernization of the plant, and the construction of structures and facades for the new Mila headquarters. [gallery ids="168376,168380,168378,168382,168384,168386,168388"]
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Designed by the studio Pichler Architects, the new Mila Südtirol headquarters in Bolzano combines rigorous lines and natural materials like larch wood with the rugged stucco used for mountain lodges. - Designed by the studio Pichler Architects, the new Mila Südtirol headquarters in Bolzano combines rigorous lines and natural materials like larch wood with the rugged stucco used for mountain lodges. From the outside, the architecture stands out for its geometric lines, paced by large glazings that allow natural light to flood the interiors. Inside, the four levels are crossed by a large central staircase, a tribute to the forms of mountain canyons. The central skylight offers a marvelous view. The flooring is in Nuvolato, the cement-based solution from Ideal Work that creates continuity in the spaces while adding an evocative materic effect, in tune with the warmth of the wood. Stahlbau Pichler has designed the expansion and modernization of the plant, and the construction of structures and facades for the new Mila headquarters. [gallery ids="168376,168380,168378,168382,168384,168386,168388"]
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Designed by the studio Pichler Architects, the new Mila Südtirol headquarters in Bolzano combines rigorous lines and natural materials like larch wood with the rugged stucco used for mountain lodges. - Designed by the studio Pichler Architects, the new Mila Südtirol headquarters in Bolzano combines rigorous lines and natural materials like larch wood with the rugged stucco used for mountain lodges. From the outside, the architecture stands out for its geometric lines, paced by large glazings that allow natural light to flood the interiors. Inside, the four levels are crossed by a large central staircase, a tribute to the forms of mountain canyons. The central skylight offers a marvelous view. The flooring is in Nuvolato, the cement-based solution from Ideal Work that creates continuity in the spaces while adding an evocative materic effect, in tune with the warmth of the wood. Stahlbau Pichler has designed the expansion and modernization of the plant, and the construction of structures and facades for the new Mila headquarters. [gallery ids="168376,168380,168378,168382,168384,168386,168388"]
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Designed by the studio Pichler Architects, the new Mila Südtirol headquarters in Bolzano combines rigorous lines and natural materials like larch wood with the rugged stucco used for mountain lodges. - Designed by the studio Pichler Architects, the new Mila Südtirol headquarters in Bolzano combines rigorous lines and natural materials like larch wood with the rugged stucco used for mountain lodges. From the outside, the architecture stands out for its geometric lines, paced by large glazings that allow natural light to flood the interiors. Inside, the four levels are crossed by a large central staircase, a tribute to the forms of mountain canyons. The central skylight offers a marvelous view. The flooring is in Nuvolato, the cement-based solution from Ideal Work that creates continuity in the spaces while adding an evocative materic effect, in tune with the warmth of the wood. Stahlbau Pichler has designed the expansion and modernization of the plant, and the construction of structures and facades for the new Mila headquarters.
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Designed by the studio Pichler Architects, the new Mila Südtirol headquarters in Bolzano combines rigorous lines and natural materials like larch wood with the rugged stucco used for mountain lodges. - Designed by the studio Pichler Architects, the new Mila Südtirol headquarters in Bolzano combines rigorous lines and natural materials like larch wood with the rugged stucco used for mountain lodges. From the outside, the architecture stands out for its geometric lines, paced by large glazings that allow natural light to flood the interiors. Inside, the four levels are crossed by a large central staircase, a tribute to the forms of mountain canyons. The central skylight offers a marvelous view. The flooring is in Nuvolato, the cement-based solution from Ideal Work that creates continuity in the spaces while adding an evocative materic effect, in tune with the warmth of the wood. Stahlbau Pichler has designed the expansion and modernization of the plant, and the construction of structures and facades for the new Mila headquarters. [gallery ids="168376,168380,168378,168382,168384,168386,168388"]
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Designed by the studio Pichler Architects, the new Mila Südtirol headquarters in Bolzano combines rigorous lines and natural materials like larch wood with the rugged stucco used for mountain lodges. - Designed by the studio Pichler Architects, the new Mila Südtirol headquarters in Bolzano combines rigorous lines and natural materials like larch wood with the rugged stucco used for mountain lodges. From the outside, the architecture stands out for its geometric lines, paced by large glazings that allow natural light to flood the interiors. Inside, the four levels are crossed by a large central staircase, a tribute to the forms of mountain canyons. The central skylight offers a marvelous view. The flooring is in Nuvolato, the cement-based solution from Ideal Work that creates continuity in the spaces while adding an evocative materic effect, in tune with the warmth of the wood. Stahlbau Pichler has designed the expansion and modernization of the plant, and the construction of structures and facades for the new Mila headquarters. [gallery ids="168376,168380,168378,168382,168384,168386,168388"]
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Designed by the studio Pichler Architects, the new Mila Südtirol headquarters in Bolzano combines rigorous lines and natural materials like larch wood with the rugged stucco used for mountain lodges. - Designed by the studio Pichler Architects, the new Mila Südtirol headquarters in Bolzano combines rigorous lines and natural materials like larch wood with the rugged stucco used for mountain lodges. From the outside, the architecture stands out for its geometric lines, paced by large glazings that allow natural light to flood the interiors. Inside, the four levels are crossed by a large central staircase, a tribute to the forms of mountain canyons. The central skylight offers a marvelous view. The flooring is in Nuvolato, the cement-based solution from Ideal Work that creates continuity in the spaces while adding an evocative materic effect, in tune with the warmth of the wood. Stahlbau Pichler has designed the expansion and modernization of the plant, and the construction of structures and facades for the new Mila headquarters. [gallery ids="168376,168380,168378,168382,168384,168386,168388"]
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Designed by the studio Pichler Architects, the new Mila Südtirol headquarters in Bolzano combines rigorous lines and natural materials like larch wood with the rugged stucco used for mountain lodges. - Designed by the studio Pichler Architects, the new Mila Südtirol headquarters in Bolzano combines rigorous lines and natural materials like larch wood with the rugged stucco used for mountain lodges. From the outside, the architecture stands out for its geometric lines, paced by large glazings that allow natural light to flood the interiors. Inside, the four levels are crossed by a large central staircase, a tribute to the forms of mountain canyons. The central skylight offers a marvelous view. The flooring is in Nuvolato, the cement-based solution from Ideal Work that creates continuity in the spaces while adding an evocative materic effect, in tune with the warmth of the wood. Stahlbau Pichler has designed the expansion and modernization of the plant, and the construction of structures and facades for the new Mila headquarters. [gallery ids="168376,168380,168378,168382,168384,168386,168388"]
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Designed by the studio Pichler Architects, the new Mila Südtirol headquarters in Bolzano combines rigorous lines and natural materials like larch wood with the rugged stucco used for mountain lodges. - Designed by the studio Pichler Architects, the new Mila Südtirol headquarters in Bolzano combines rigorous lines and natural materials like larch wood with the rugged stucco used for mountain lodges. From the outside, the architecture stands out for its geometric lines, paced by large glazings that allow natural light to flood the interiors. Inside, the four levels are crossed by a large central staircase, a tribute to the forms of mountain canyons. The central skylight offers a marvelous view. The flooring is in Nuvolato, the cement-based solution from Ideal Work that creates continuity in the spaces while adding an evocative materic effect, in tune with the warmth of the wood. Stahlbau Pichler has designed the expansion and modernization of the plant, and the construction of structures and facades for the new Mila headquarters. [gallery ids="168376,168380,168378,168382,168384,168386,168388"]
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Designed by the studio Pichler Architects, the new Mila Südtirol headquarters in Bolzano combines rigorous lines and natural materials like larch wood with the rugged stucco used for mountain lodges. - Designed by the studio Pichler Architects, the new Mila Südtirol headquarters in Bolzano combines rigorous lines and natural materials like larch wood with the rugged stucco used for mountain lodges. From the outside, the architecture stands out for its geometric lines, paced by large glazings that allow natural light to flood the interiors. Inside, the four levels are crossed by a large central staircase, a tribute to the forms of mountain canyons. The central skylight offers a marvelous view. The flooring is in Nuvolato, the cement-based solution from Ideal Work that creates continuity in the spaces while adding an evocative materic effect, in tune with the warmth of the wood. Stahlbau Pichler has designed the expansion and modernization of the plant, and the construction of structures and facades for the new Mila headquarters. [gallery ids="168376,168380,168378,168382,168384,168386,168388"]
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Designed by the studio Pichler Architects, the new Mila Südtirol headquarters in Bolzano combines rigorous lines and natural materials like larch wood with the rugged stucco used for mountain lodges. - Designed by the studio Pichler Architects, the new Mila Südtirol headquarters in Bolzano combines rigorous lines and natural materials like larch wood with the rugged stucco used for mountain lodges. From the outside, the architecture stands out for its geometric lines, paced by large glazings that allow natural light to flood the interiors. Inside, the four levels are crossed by a large central staircase, a tribute to the forms of mountain canyons. The central skylight offers a marvelous view. The flooring is in Nuvolato, the cement-based solution from Ideal Work that creates continuity in the spaces while adding an evocative materic effect, in tune with the warmth of the wood. Stahlbau Pichler has designed the expansion and modernization of the plant, and the construction of structures and facades for the new Mila headquarters. [gallery ids="168376,168380,168378,168382,168384,168386,168388"]
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Designed by the studio Pichler Architects, the new Mila Südtirol headquarters in Bolzano combines rigorous lines and natural materials like larch wood with the rugged stucco used for mountain lodges. - Designed by the studio Pichler Architects, the new Mila Südtirol headquarters in Bolzano combines rigorous lines and natural materials like larch wood with the rugged stucco used for mountain lodges. From the outside, the architecture stands out for its geometric lines, paced by large glazings that allow natural light to flood the interiors. Inside, the four levels are crossed by a large central staircase, a tribute to the forms of mountain canyons. The central skylight offers a marvelous view. The flooring is in Nuvolato, the cement-based solution from Ideal Work that creates continuity in the spaces while adding an evocative materic effect, in tune with the warmth of the wood. Stahlbau Pichler has designed the expansion and modernization of the plant, and the construction of structures and facades for the new Mila headquarters.
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Designed by the studio Pichler Architects, the new Mila Südtirol headquarters in Bolzano combines rigorous lines and natural materials like larch wood with the rugged stucco used for mountain lodges. - Designed by the studio Pichler Architects, the new Mila Südtirol headquarters in Bolzano combines rigorous lines and natural materials like larch wood with the rugged stucco used for mountain lodges. From the outside, the architecture stands out for its geometric lines, paced by large glazings that allow natural light to flood the interiors. Inside, the four levels are crossed by a large central staircase, a tribute to the forms of mountain canyons. The central skylight offers a marvelous view. The flooring is in Nuvolato, the cement-based solution from Ideal Work that creates continuity in the spaces while adding an evocative materic effect, in tune with the warmth of the wood. Stahlbau Pichler has designed the expansion and modernization of the plant, and the construction of structures and facades for the new Mila headquarters. [gallery ids="168376,168380,168378,168382,168384,168386,168388"]
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Designed by the studio Pichler Architects, the new Mila Südtirol headquarters in Bolzano combines rigorous lines and natural materials like larch wood with the rugged stucco used for mountain lodges. - Designed by the studio Pichler Architects, the new Mila Südtirol headquarters in Bolzano combines rigorous lines and natural materials like larch wood with the rugged stucco used for mountain lodges. From the outside, the architecture stands out for its geometric lines, paced by large glazings that allow natural light to flood the interiors. Inside, the four levels are crossed by a large central staircase, a tribute to the forms of mountain canyons. The central skylight offers a marvelous view. The flooring is in Nuvolato, the cement-based solution from Ideal Work that creates continuity in the spaces while adding an evocative materic effect, in tune with the warmth of the wood. Stahlbau Pichler has designed the expansion and modernization of the plant, and the construction of structures and facades for the new Mila headquarters. [gallery ids="168376,168380,168378,168382,168384,168386,168388"]
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Designed by the studio Pichler Architects, the new Mila Südtirol headquarters in Bolzano combines rigorous lines and natural materials like larch wood with the rugged stucco used for mountain lodges. - Designed by the studio Pichler Architects, the new Mila Südtirol headquarters in Bolzano combines rigorous lines and natural materials like larch wood with the rugged stucco used for mountain lodges. From the outside, the architecture stands out for its geometric lines, paced by large glazings that allow natural light to flood the interiors. Inside, the four levels are crossed by a large central staircase, a tribute to the forms of mountain canyons. The central skylight offers a marvelous view. The flooring is in Nuvolato, the cement-based solution from Ideal Work that creates continuity in the spaces while adding an evocative materic effect, in tune with the warmth of the wood. Stahlbau Pichler has designed the expansion and modernization of the plant, and the construction of structures and facades for the new Mila headquarters. [gallery ids="168376,168380,168378,168382,168384,168386,168388"]
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Designed by the studio Pichler Architects, the new Mila Südtirol headquarters in Bolzano combines rigorous lines and natural materials like larch wood with the rugged stucco used for mountain lodges. - Designed by the studio Pichler Architects, the new Mila Südtirol headquarters in Bolzano combines rigorous lines and natural materials like larch wood with the rugged stucco used for mountain lodges. From the outside, the architecture stands out for its geometric lines, paced by large glazings that allow natural light to flood the interiors. Inside, the four levels are crossed by a large central staircase, a tribute to the forms of mountain canyons. The central skylight offers a marvelous view. The flooring is in Nuvolato, the cement-based solution from Ideal Work that creates continuity in the spaces while adding an evocative materic effect, in tune with the warmth of the wood. Stahlbau Pichler has designed the expansion and modernization of the plant, and the construction of structures and facades for the new Mila headquarters. [gallery ids="168376,168380,168378,168382,168384,168386,168388"]
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Designed by the studio Pichler Architects, the new Mila Südtirol headquarters in Bolzano combines rigorous lines and natural materials like larch wood with the rugged stucco used for mountain lodges. - Designed by the studio Pichler Architects, the new Mila Südtirol headquarters in Bolzano combines rigorous lines and natural materials like larch wood with the rugged stucco used for mountain lodges. From the outside, the architecture stands out for its geometric lines, paced by large glazings that allow natural light to flood the interiors. Inside, the four levels are crossed by a large central staircase, a tribute to the forms of mountain canyons. The central skylight offers a marvelous view. The flooring is in Nuvolato, the cement-based solution from Ideal Work that creates continuity in the spaces while adding an evocative materic effect, in tune with the warmth of the wood. Stahlbau Pichler has designed the expansion and modernization of the plant, and the construction of structures and facades for the new Mila headquarters. [gallery ids="168376,168380,168378,168382,168384,168386,168388"]
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Designed by the studio Pichler Architects, the new Mila Südtirol headquarters in Bolzano combines rigorous lines and natural materials like larch wood with the rugged stucco used for mountain lodges. - Designed by the studio Pichler Architects, the new Mila Südtirol headquarters in Bolzano combines rigorous lines and natural materials like larch wood with the rugged stucco used for mountain lodges. From the outside, the architecture stands out for its geometric lines, paced by large glazings that allow natural light to flood the interiors. Inside, the four levels are crossed by a large central staircase, a tribute to the forms of mountain canyons. The central skylight offers a marvelous view. The flooring is in Nuvolato, the cement-based solution from Ideal Work that creates continuity in the spaces while adding an evocative materic effect, in tune with the warmth of the wood. Stahlbau Pichler has designed the expansion and modernization of the plant, and the construction of structures and facades for the new Mila headquarters. [gallery ids="168376,168380,168378,168382,168384,168386,168388"]
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Designed by the studio Pichler Architects, the new Mila Südtirol headquarters in Bolzano combines rigorous lines and natural materials like larch wood with the rugged stucco used for mountain lodges. - Designed by the studio Pichler Architects, the new Mila Südtirol headquarters in Bolzano combines rigorous lines and natural materials like larch wood with the rugged stucco used for mountain lodges. From the outside, the architecture stands out for its geometric lines, paced by large glazings that allow natural light to flood the interiors. Inside, the four levels are crossed by a large central staircase, a tribute to the forms of mountain canyons. The central skylight offers a marvelous view. The flooring is in Nuvolato, the cement-based solution from Ideal Work that creates continuity in the spaces while adding an evocative materic effect, in tune with the warmth of the wood. Stahlbau Pichler has designed the expansion and modernization of the plant, and the construction of structures and facades for the new Mila headquarters. [gallery ids="168376,168380,168378,168382,168384,168386,168388"]
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Designed by the studio Pichler Architects, the new Mila Südtirol headquarters in Bolzano combines rigorous lines and natural materials like larch wood with the rugged stucco used for mountain lodges. - Designed by the studio Pichler Architects, the new Mila Südtirol headquarters in Bolzano combines rigorous lines and natural materials like larch wood with the rugged stucco used for mountain lodges. From the outside, the architecture stands out for its geometric lines, paced by large glazings that allow natural light to flood the interiors. Inside, the four levels are crossed by a large central staircase, a tribute to the forms of mountain canyons. The central skylight offers a marvelous view. The flooring is in Nuvolato, the cement-based solution from Ideal Work that creates continuity in the spaces while adding an evocative materic effect, in tune with the warmth of the wood. Stahlbau Pichler has designed the expansion and modernization of the plant, and the construction of structures and facades for the new Mila headquarters.
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Designed by the studio Pichler Architects, the new Mila Südtirol headquarters in Bolzano combines rigorous lines and natural materials like larch wood with the rugged stucco used for mountain lodges. - Designed by the studio Pichler Architects, the new Mila Südtirol headquarters in Bolzano combines rigorous lines and natural materials like larch wood with the rugged stucco used for mountain lodges. From the outside, the architecture stands out for its geometric lines, paced by large glazings that allow natural light to flood the interiors. Inside, the four levels are crossed by a large central staircase, a tribute to the forms of mountain canyons. The central skylight offers a marvelous view. The flooring is in Nuvolato, the cement-based solution from Ideal Work that creates continuity in the spaces while adding an evocative materic effect, in tune with the warmth of the wood. Stahlbau Pichler has designed the expansion and modernization of the plant, and the construction of structures and facades for the new Mila headquarters. [gallery ids="168376,168380,168378,168382,168384,168386,168388"]
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Designed by the studio Pichler Architects, the new Mila Südtirol headquarters in Bolzano combines rigorous lines and natural materials like larch wood with the rugged stucco used for mountain lodges. - Designed by the studio Pichler Architects, the new Mila Südtirol headquarters in Bolzano combines rigorous lines and natural materials like larch wood with the rugged stucco used for mountain lodges. From the outside, the architecture stands out for its geometric lines, paced by large glazings that allow natural light to flood the interiors. Inside, the four levels are crossed by a large central staircase, a tribute to the forms of mountain canyons. The central skylight offers a marvelous view. The flooring is in Nuvolato, the cement-based solution from Ideal Work that creates continuity in the spaces while adding an evocative materic effect, in tune with the warmth of the wood. Stahlbau Pichler has designed the expansion and modernization of the plant, and the construction of structures and facades for the new Mila headquarters. [gallery ids="168376,168380,168378,168382,168384,168386,168388"]
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Designed by the studio Pichler Architects, the new Mila Südtirol headquarters in Bolzano combines rigorous lines and natural materials like larch wood with the rugged stucco used for mountain lodges. - Designed by the studio Pichler Architects, the new Mila Südtirol headquarters in Bolzano combines rigorous lines and natural materials like larch wood with the rugged stucco used for mountain lodges. From the outside, the architecture stands out for its geometric lines, paced by large glazings that allow natural light to flood the interiors. Inside, the four levels are crossed by a large central staircase, a tribute to the forms of mountain canyons. The central skylight offers a marvelous view. The flooring is in Nuvolato, the cement-based solution from Ideal Work that creates continuity in the spaces while adding an evocative materic effect, in tune with the warmth of the wood. Stahlbau Pichler has designed the expansion and modernization of the plant, and the construction of structures and facades for the new Mila headquarters. [gallery ids="168376,168380,168378,168382,168384,168386,168388"]
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Designed by the studio Pichler Architects, the new Mila Südtirol headquarters in Bolzano combines rigorous lines and natural materials like larch wood with the rugged stucco used for mountain lodges. - Designed by the studio Pichler Architects, the new Mila Südtirol headquarters in Bolzano combines rigorous lines and natural materials like larch wood with the rugged stucco used for mountain lodges. From the outside, the architecture stands out for its geometric lines, paced by large glazings that allow natural light to flood the interiors. Inside, the four levels are crossed by a large central staircase, a tribute to the forms of mountain canyons. The central skylight offers a marvelous view. The flooring is in Nuvolato, the cement-based solution from Ideal Work that creates continuity in the spaces while adding an evocative materic effect, in tune with the warmth of the wood. Stahlbau Pichler has designed the expansion and modernization of the plant, and the construction of structures and facades for the new Mila headquarters. [gallery ids="168376,168380,168378,168382,168384,168386,168388"]
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Designed by the studio Pichler Architects, the new Mila Südtirol headquarters in Bolzano combines rigorous lines and natural materials like larch wood with the rugged stucco used for mountain lodges. - Designed by the studio Pichler Architects, the new Mila Südtirol headquarters in Bolzano combines rigorous lines and natural materials like larch wood with the rugged stucco used for mountain lodges. From the outside, the architecture stands out for its geometric lines, paced by large glazings that allow natural light to flood the interiors. Inside, the four levels are crossed by a large central staircase, a tribute to the forms of mountain canyons. The central skylight offers a marvelous view. The flooring is in Nuvolato, the cement-based solution from Ideal Work that creates continuity in the spaces while adding an evocative materic effect, in tune with the warmth of the wood. Stahlbau Pichler has designed the expansion and modernization of the plant, and the construction of structures and facades for the new Mila headquarters. [gallery ids="168376,168380,168378,168382,168384,168386,168388"]
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Designed by the studio Pichler Architects, the new Mila Südtirol headquarters in Bolzano combines rigorous lines and natural materials like larch wood with the rugged stucco used for mountain lodges. - Designed by the studio Pichler Architects, the new Mila Südtirol headquarters in Bolzano combines rigorous lines and natural materials like larch wood with the rugged stucco used for mountain lodges. From the outside, the architecture stands out for its geometric lines, paced by large glazings that allow natural light to flood the interiors. Inside, the four levels are crossed by a large central staircase, a tribute to the forms of mountain canyons. The central skylight offers a marvelous view. The flooring is in Nuvolato, the cement-based solution from Ideal Work that creates continuity in the spaces while adding an evocative materic effect, in tune with the warmth of the wood. Stahlbau Pichler has designed the expansion and modernization of the plant, and the construction of structures and facades for the new Mila headquarters. [gallery ids="168376,168380,168378,168382,168384,168386,168388"]
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Designed by the studio Pichler Architects, the new Mila Südtirol headquarters in Bolzano combines rigorous lines and natural materials like larch wood with the rugged stucco used for mountain lodges. - Designed by the studio Pichler Architects, the new Mila Südtirol headquarters in Bolzano combines rigorous lines and natural materials like larch wood with the rugged stucco used for mountain lodges. From the outside, the architecture stands out for its geometric lines, paced by large glazings that allow natural light to flood the interiors. Inside, the four levels are crossed by a large central staircase, a tribute to the forms of mountain canyons. The central skylight offers a marvelous view. The flooring is in Nuvolato, the cement-based solution from Ideal Work that creates continuity in the spaces while adding an evocative materic effect, in tune with the warmth of the wood. Stahlbau Pichler has designed the expansion and modernization of the plant, and the construction of structures and facades for the new Mila headquarters. [gallery ids="168376,168380,168378,168382,168384,168386,168388"]
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Designed by the studio Pichler Architects, the new Mila Südtirol headquarters in Bolzano combines rigorous lines and natural materials like larch wood with the rugged stucco used for mountain lodges. - Designed by the studio Pichler Architects, the new Mila Südtirol headquarters in Bolzano combines rigorous lines and natural materials like larch wood with the rugged stucco used for mountain lodges. From the outside, the architecture stands out for its geometric lines, paced by large glazings that allow natural light to flood the interiors. Inside, the four levels are crossed by a large central staircase, a tribute to the forms of mountain canyons. The central skylight offers a marvelous view. The flooring is in Nuvolato, the cement-based solution from Ideal Work that creates continuity in the spaces while adding an evocative materic effect, in tune with the warmth of the wood. Stahlbau Pichler has designed the expansion and modernization of the plant, and the construction of structures and facades for the new Mila headquarters.
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Designed by the studio Pichler Architects, the new Mila Südtirol headquarters in Bolzano combines rigorous lines and natural materials like larch wood with the rugged stucco used for mountain lodges. - Designed by the studio Pichler Architects, the new Mila Südtirol headquarters in Bolzano combines rigorous lines and natural materials like larch wood with the rugged stucco used for mountain lodges. From the outside, the architecture stands out for its geometric lines, paced by large glazings that allow natural light to flood the interiors. Inside, the four levels are crossed by a large central staircase, a tribute to the forms of mountain canyons. The central skylight offers a marvelous view. The flooring is in Nuvolato, the cement-based solution from Ideal Work that creates continuity in the spaces while adding an evocative materic effect, in tune with the warmth of the wood. Stahlbau Pichler has designed the expansion and modernization of the plant, and the construction of structures and facades for the new Mila headquarters. [gallery ids="168376,168380,168378,168382,168384,168386,168388"]
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Designed by the studio Pichler Architects, the new Mila Südtirol headquarters in Bolzano combines rigorous lines and natural materials like larch wood with the rugged stucco used for mountain lodges. - Designed by the studio Pichler Architects, the new Mila Südtirol headquarters in Bolzano combines rigorous lines and natural materials like larch wood with the rugged stucco used for mountain lodges. From the outside, the architecture stands out for its geometric lines, paced by large glazings that allow natural light to flood the interiors. Inside, the four levels are crossed by a large central staircase, a tribute to the forms of mountain canyons. The central skylight offers a marvelous view. The flooring is in Nuvolato, the cement-based solution from Ideal Work that creates continuity in the spaces while adding an evocative materic effect, in tune with the warmth of the wood. Stahlbau Pichler has designed the expansion and modernization of the plant, and the construction of structures and facades for the new Mila headquarters. [gallery ids="168376,168380,168378,168382,168384,168386,168388"]
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Designed by the studio Pichler Architects, the new Mila Südtirol headquarters in Bolzano combines rigorous lines and natural materials like larch wood with the rugged stucco used for mountain lodges. - Designed by the studio Pichler Architects, the new Mila Südtirol headquarters in Bolzano combines rigorous lines and natural materials like larch wood with the rugged stucco used for mountain lodges. From the outside, the architecture stands out for its geometric lines, paced by large glazings that allow natural light to flood the interiors. Inside, the four levels are crossed by a large central staircase, a tribute to the forms of mountain canyons. The central skylight offers a marvelous view. The flooring is in Nuvolato, the cement-based solution from Ideal Work that creates continuity in the spaces while adding an evocative materic effect, in tune with the warmth of the wood. Stahlbau Pichler has designed the expansion and modernization of the plant, and the construction of structures and facades for the new Mila headquarters. [gallery ids="168376,168380,168378,168382,168384,168386,168388"]
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Designed by the studio Pichler Architects, the new Mila Südtirol headquarters in Bolzano combines rigorous lines and natural materials like larch wood with the rugged stucco used for mountain lodges. - Designed by the studio Pichler Architects, the new Mila Südtirol headquarters in Bolzano combines rigorous lines and natural materials like larch wood with the rugged stucco used for mountain lodges. From the outside, the architecture stands out for its geometric lines, paced by large glazings that allow natural light to flood the interiors. Inside, the four levels are crossed by a large central staircase, a tribute to the forms of mountain canyons. The central skylight offers a marvelous view. The flooring is in Nuvolato, the cement-based solution from Ideal Work that creates continuity in the spaces while adding an evocative materic effect, in tune with the warmth of the wood. Stahlbau Pichler has designed the expansion and modernization of the plant, and the construction of structures and facades for the new Mila headquarters. [gallery ids="168376,168380,168378,168382,168384,168386,168388"]
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Designed by the studio Pichler Architects, the new Mila Südtirol headquarters in Bolzano combines rigorous lines and natural materials like larch wood with the rugged stucco used for mountain lodges. - Designed by the studio Pichler Architects, the new Mila Südtirol headquarters in Bolzano combines rigorous lines and natural materials like larch wood with the rugged stucco used for mountain lodges. From the outside, the architecture stands out for its geometric lines, paced by large glazings that allow natural light to flood the interiors. Inside, the four levels are crossed by a large central staircase, a tribute to the forms of mountain canyons. The central skylight offers a marvelous view. The flooring is in Nuvolato, the cement-based solution from Ideal Work that creates continuity in the spaces while adding an evocative materic effect, in tune with the warmth of the wood. Stahlbau Pichler has designed the expansion and modernization of the plant, and the construction of structures and facades for the new Mila headquarters. [gallery ids="168376,168380,168378,168382,168384,168386,168388"]
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Designed by the studio Pichler Architects, the new Mila Südtirol headquarters in Bolzano combines rigorous lines and natural materials like larch wood with the rugged stucco used for mountain lodges. - Designed by the studio Pichler Architects, the new Mila Südtirol headquarters in Bolzano combines rigorous lines and natural materials like larch wood with the rugged stucco used for mountain lodges. From the outside, the architecture stands out for its geometric lines, paced by large glazings that allow natural light to flood the interiors. Inside, the four levels are crossed by a large central staircase, a tribute to the forms of mountain canyons. The central skylight offers a marvelous view. The flooring is in Nuvolato, the cement-based solution from Ideal Work that creates continuity in the spaces while adding an evocative materic effect, in tune with the warmth of the wood. Stahlbau Pichler has designed the expansion and modernization of the plant, and the construction of structures and facades for the new Mila headquarters. [gallery ids="168376,168380,168378,168382,168384,168386,168388"]
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Designed by the studio Pichler Architects, the new Mila Südtirol headquarters in Bolzano combines rigorous lines and natural materials like larch wood with the rugged stucco used for mountain lodges. - Designed by the studio Pichler Architects, the new Mila Südtirol headquarters in Bolzano combines rigorous lines and natural materials like larch wood with the rugged stucco used for mountain lodges. From the outside, the architecture stands out for its geometric lines, paced by large glazings that allow natural light to flood the interiors. Inside, the four levels are crossed by a large central staircase, a tribute to the forms of mountain canyons. The central skylight offers a marvelous view. The flooring is in Nuvolato, the cement-based solution from Ideal Work that creates continuity in the spaces while adding an evocative materic effect, in tune with the warmth of the wood. Stahlbau Pichler has designed the expansion and modernization of the plant, and the construction of structures and facades for the new Mila headquarters. [gallery ids="168376,168380,168378,168382,168384,168386,168388"]
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Designed by the studio Pichler Architects, the new Mila Südtirol headquarters in Bolzano combines rigorous lines and natural materials like larch wood with the rugged stucco used for mountain lodges. - Designed by the studio Pichler Architects, the new Mila Südtirol headquarters in Bolzano combines rigorous lines and natural materials like larch wood with the rugged stucco used for mountain lodges. From the outside, the architecture stands out for its geometric lines, paced by large glazings that allow natural light to flood the interiors. Inside, the four levels are crossed by a large central staircase, a tribute to the forms of mountain canyons. The central skylight offers a marvelous view. The flooring is in Nuvolato, the cement-based solution from Ideal Work that creates continuity in the spaces while adding an evocative materic effect, in tune with the warmth of the wood. Stahlbau Pichler has designed the expansion and modernization of the plant, and the construction of structures and facades for the new Mila headquarters.
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Designed by the studio Pichler Architects, the new Mila Südtirol headquarters in Bolzano combines rigorous lines and natural materials like larch wood with the rugged stucco used for mountain lodges. - Designed by the studio Pichler Architects, the new Mila Südtirol headquarters in Bolzano combines rigorous lines and natural materials like larch wood with the rugged stucco used for mountain lodges. From the outside, the architecture stands out for its geometric lines, paced by large glazings that allow natural light to flood the interiors. Inside, the four levels are crossed by a large central staircase, a tribute to the forms of mountain canyons. The central skylight offers a marvelous view. The flooring is in Nuvolato, the cement-based solution from Ideal Work that creates continuity in the spaces while adding an evocative materic effect, in tune with the warmth of the wood. Stahlbau Pichler has designed the expansion and modernization of the plant, and the construction of structures and facades for the new Mila headquarters. [gallery ids="168376,168380,168378,168382,168384,168386,168388"]
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Designed by the studio Pichler Architects, the new Mila Südtirol headquarters in Bolzano combines rigorous lines and natural materials like larch wood with the rugged stucco used for mountain lodges. - Designed by the studio Pichler Architects, the new Mila Südtirol headquarters in Bolzano combines rigorous lines and natural materials like larch wood with the rugged stucco used for mountain lodges. From the outside, the architecture stands out for its geometric lines, paced by large glazings that allow natural light to flood the interiors. Inside, the four levels are crossed by a large central staircase, a tribute to the forms of mountain canyons. The central skylight offers a marvelous view. The flooring is in Nuvolato, the cement-based solution from Ideal Work that creates continuity in the spaces while adding an evocative materic effect, in tune with the warmth of the wood. Stahlbau Pichler has designed the expansion and modernization of the plant, and the construction of structures and facades for the new Mila headquarters. [gallery ids="168376,168380,168378,168382,168384,168386,168388"]
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Designed by the studio Pichler Architects, the new Mila Südtirol headquarters in Bolzano combines rigorous lines and natural materials like larch wood with the rugged stucco used for mountain lodges. - Designed by the studio Pichler Architects, the new Mila Südtirol headquarters in Bolzano combines rigorous lines and natural materials like larch wood with the rugged stucco used for mountain lodges. From the outside, the architecture stands out for its geometric lines, paced by large glazings that allow natural light to flood the interiors. Inside, the four levels are crossed by a large central staircase, a tribute to the forms of mountain canyons. The central skylight offers a marvelous view. The flooring is in Nuvolato, the cement-based solution from Ideal Work that creates continuity in the spaces while adding an evocative materic effect, in tune with the warmth of the wood. Stahlbau Pichler has designed the expansion and modernization of the plant, and the construction of structures and facades for the new Mila headquarters. [gallery ids="168376,168380,168378,168382,168384,168386,168388"]
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Designed by the studio Pichler Architects, the new Mila Südtirol headquarters in Bolzano combines rigorous lines and natural materials like larch wood with the rugged stucco used for mountain lodges. - Designed by the studio Pichler Architects, the new Mila Südtirol headquarters in Bolzano combines rigorous lines and natural materials like larch wood with the rugged stucco used for mountain lodges. From the outside, the architecture stands out for its geometric lines, paced by large glazings that allow natural light to flood the interiors. Inside, the four levels are crossed by a large central staircase, a tribute to the forms of mountain canyons. The central skylight offers a marvelous view. The flooring is in Nuvolato, the cement-based solution from Ideal Work that creates continuity in the spaces while adding an evocative materic effect, in tune with the warmth of the wood. Stahlbau Pichler has designed the expansion and modernization of the plant, and the construction of structures and facades for the new Mila headquarters. [gallery ids="168376,168380,168378,168382,168384,168386,168388"]
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Designed by the studio Pichler Architects, the new Mila Südtirol headquarters in Bolzano combines rigorous lines and natural materials like larch wood with the rugged stucco used for mountain lodges. - Designed by the studio Pichler Architects, the new Mila Südtirol headquarters in Bolzano combines rigorous lines and natural materials like larch wood with the rugged stucco used for mountain lodges. From the outside, the architecture stands out for its geometric lines, paced by large glazings that allow natural light to flood the interiors. Inside, the four levels are crossed by a large central staircase, a tribute to the forms of mountain canyons. The central skylight offers a marvelous view. The flooring is in Nuvolato, the cement-based solution from Ideal Work that creates continuity in the spaces while adding an evocative materic effect, in tune with the warmth of the wood. Stahlbau Pichler has designed the expansion and modernization of the plant, and the construction of structures and facades for the new Mila headquarters. [gallery ids="168376,168380,168378,168382,168384,168386,168388"]
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Designed by the studio Pichler Architects, the new Mila Südtirol headquarters in Bolzano combines rigorous lines and natural materials like larch wood with the rugged stucco used for mountain lodges. - Designed by the studio Pichler Architects, the new Mila Südtirol headquarters in Bolzano combines rigorous lines and natural materials like larch wood with the rugged stucco used for mountain lodges. From the outside, the architecture stands out for its geometric lines, paced by large glazings that allow natural light to flood the interiors. Inside, the four levels are crossed by a large central staircase, a tribute to the forms of mountain canyons. The central skylight offers a marvelous view. The flooring is in Nuvolato, the cement-based solution from Ideal Work that creates continuity in the spaces while adding an evocative materic effect, in tune with the warmth of the wood. Stahlbau Pichler has designed the expansion and modernization of the plant, and the construction of structures and facades for the new Mila headquarters. [gallery ids="168376,168380,168378,168382,168384,168386,168388"]
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Designed by the studio Pichler Architects, the new Mila Südtirol headquarters in Bolzano combines rigorous lines and natural materials like larch wood with the rugged stucco used for mountain lodges. - Designed by the studio Pichler Architects, the new Mila Südtirol headquarters in Bolzano combines rigorous lines and natural materials like larch wood with the rugged stucco used for mountain lodges. From the outside, the architecture stands out for its geometric lines, paced by large glazings that allow natural light to flood the interiors. Inside, the four levels are crossed by a large central staircase, a tribute to the forms of mountain canyons. The central skylight offers a marvelous view. The flooring is in Nuvolato, the cement-based solution from Ideal Work that creates continuity in the spaces while adding an evocative materic effect, in tune with the warmth of the wood. Stahlbau Pichler has designed the expansion and modernization of the plant, and the construction of structures and facades for the new Mila headquarters. [gallery ids="168376,168380,168378,168382,168384,168386,168388"]
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Designed by the studio Pichler Architects, the new Mila Südtirol headquarters in Bolzano combines rigorous lines and natural materials like larch wood with the rugged stucco used for mountain lodges. - Designed by the studio Pichler Architects, the new Mila Südtirol headquarters in Bolzano combines rigorous lines and natural materials like larch wood with the rugged stucco used for mountain lodges. From the outside, the architecture stands out for its geometric lines, paced by large glazings that allow natural light to flood the interiors. Inside, the four levels are crossed by a large central staircase, a tribute to the forms of mountain canyons. The central skylight offers a marvelous view. The flooring is in Nuvolato, the cement-based solution from Ideal Work that creates continuity in the spaces while adding an evocative materic effect, in tune with the warmth of the wood. Stahlbau Pichler has designed the expansion and modernization of the plant, and the construction of structures and facades for the new Mila headquarters.
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Designed by the studio Pichler Architects, the new Mila Südtirol headquarters in Bolzano combines rigorous lines and natural materials like larch wood with the rugged stucco used for mountain lodges. - Designed by the studio Pichler Architects, the new Mila Südtirol headquarters in Bolzano combines rigorous lines and natural materials like larch wood with the rugged stucco used for mountain lodges. From the outside, the architecture stands out for its geometric lines, paced by large glazings that allow natural light to flood the interiors. Inside, the four levels are crossed by a large central staircase, a tribute to the forms of mountain canyons. The central skylight offers a marvelous view. The flooring is in Nuvolato, the cement-based solution from Ideal Work that creates continuity in the spaces while adding an evocative materic effect, in tune with the warmth of the wood. Stahlbau Pichler has designed the expansion and modernization of the plant, and the construction of structures and facades for the new Mila headquarters. [gallery ids="168376,168380,168378,168382,168384,168386,168388"]
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Designed by the studio Pichler Architects, the new Mila Südtirol headquarters in Bolzano combines rigorous lines and natural materials like larch wood with the rugged stucco used for mountain lodges. - Designed by the studio Pichler Architects, the new Mila Südtirol headquarters in Bolzano combines rigorous lines and natural materials like larch wood with the rugged stucco used for mountain lodges. From the outside, the architecture stands out for its geometric lines, paced by large glazings that allow natural light to flood the interiors. Inside, the four levels are crossed by a large central staircase, a tribute to the forms of mountain canyons. The central skylight offers a marvelous view. The flooring is in Nuvolato, the cement-based solution from Ideal Work that creates continuity in the spaces while adding an evocative materic effect, in tune with the warmth of the wood. Stahlbau Pichler has designed the expansion and modernization of the plant, and the construction of structures and facades for the new Mila headquarters. [gallery ids="168376,168380,168378,168382,168384,168386,168388"]
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Designed by the studio Pichler Architects, the new Mila Südtirol headquarters in Bolzano combines rigorous lines and natural materials like larch wood with the rugged stucco used for mountain lodges. - Designed by the studio Pichler Architects, the new Mila Südtirol headquarters in Bolzano combines rigorous lines and natural materials like larch wood with the rugged stucco used for mountain lodges. From the outside, the architecture stands out for its geometric lines, paced by large glazings that allow natural light to flood the interiors. Inside, the four levels are crossed by a large central staircase, a tribute to the forms of mountain canyons. The central skylight offers a marvelous view. The flooring is in Nuvolato, the cement-based solution from Ideal Work that creates continuity in the spaces while adding an evocative materic effect, in tune with the warmth of the wood. Stahlbau Pichler has designed the expansion and modernization of the plant, and the construction of structures and facades for the new Mila headquarters. [gallery ids="168376,168380,168378,168382,168384,168386,168388"]
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Designed by the studio Pichler Architects, the new Mila Südtirol headquarters in Bolzano combines rigorous lines and natural materials like larch wood with the rugged stucco used for mountain lodges. - Designed by the studio Pichler Architects, the new Mila Südtirol headquarters in Bolzano combines rigorous lines and natural materials like larch wood with the rugged stucco used for mountain lodges. From the outside, the architecture stands out for its geometric lines, paced by large glazings that allow natural light to flood the interiors. Inside, the four levels are crossed by a large central staircase, a tribute to the forms of mountain canyons. The central skylight offers a marvelous view. The flooring is in Nuvolato, the cement-based solution from Ideal Work that creates continuity in the spaces while adding an evocative materic effect, in tune with the warmth of the wood. Stahlbau Pichler has designed the expansion and modernization of the plant, and the construction of structures and facades for the new Mila headquarters. [gallery ids="168376,168380,168378,168382,168384,168386,168388"]
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Designed by the studio Pichler Architects, the new Mila Südtirol headquarters in Bolzano combines rigorous lines and natural materials like larch wood with the rugged stucco used for mountain lodges. - Designed by the studio Pichler Architects, the new Mila Südtirol headquarters in Bolzano combines rigorous lines and natural materials like larch wood with the rugged stucco used for mountain lodges. From the outside, the architecture stands out for its geometric lines, paced by large glazings that allow natural light to flood the interiors. Inside, the four levels are crossed by a large central staircase, a tribute to the forms of mountain canyons. The central skylight offers a marvelous view. The flooring is in Nuvolato, the cement-based solution from Ideal Work that creates continuity in the spaces while adding an evocative materic effect, in tune with the warmth of the wood. Stahlbau Pichler has designed the expansion and modernization of the plant, and the construction of structures and facades for the new Mila headquarters. [gallery ids="168376,168380,168378,168382,168384,168386,168388"]
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Designed by the studio Pichler Architects, the new Mila Südtirol headquarters in Bolzano combines rigorous lines and natural materials like larch wood with the rugged stucco used for mountain lodges. - Designed by the studio Pichler Architects, the new Mila Südtirol headquarters in Bolzano combines rigorous lines and natural materials like larch wood with the rugged stucco used for mountain lodges. From the outside, the architecture stands out for its geometric lines, paced by large glazings that allow natural light to flood the interiors. Inside, the four levels are crossed by a large central staircase, a tribute to the forms of mountain canyons. The central skylight offers a marvelous view. The flooring is in Nuvolato, the cement-based solution from Ideal Work that creates continuity in the spaces while adding an evocative materic effect, in tune with the warmth of the wood. Stahlbau Pichler has designed the expansion and modernization of the plant, and the construction of structures and facades for the new Mila headquarters. [gallery ids="168376,168380,168378,168382,168384,168386,168388"]
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Designed by the studio Pichler Architects, the new Mila Südtirol headquarters in Bolzano combines rigorous lines and natural materials like larch wood with the rugged stucco used for mountain lodges. - Designed by the studio Pichler Architects, the new Mila Südtirol headquarters in Bolzano combines rigorous lines and natural materials like larch wood with the rugged stucco used for mountain lodges. From the outside, the architecture stands out for its geometric lines, paced by large glazings that allow natural light to flood the interiors. Inside, the four levels are crossed by a large central staircase, a tribute to the forms of mountain canyons. The central skylight offers a marvelous view. The flooring is in Nuvolato, the cement-based solution from Ideal Work that creates continuity in the spaces while adding an evocative materic effect, in tune with the warmth of the wood. Stahlbau Pichler has designed the expansion and modernization of the plant, and the construction of structures and facades for the new Mila headquarters. [gallery ids="168376,168380,168378,168382,168384,168386,168388"]
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Designed by the studio Pichler Architects, the new Mila Südtirol headquarters in Bolzano combines rigorous lines and natural materials like larch wood with the rugged stucco used for mountain lodges. - Designed by the studio Pichler Architects, the new Mila Südtirol headquarters in Bolzano combines rigorous lines and natural materials like larch wood with the rugged stucco used for mountain lodges. From the outside, the architecture stands out for its geometric lines, paced by large glazings that allow natural light to flood the interiors. Inside, the four levels are crossed by a large central staircase, a tribute to the forms of mountain canyons. The central skylight offers a marvelous view. The flooring is in Nuvolato, the cement-based solution from Ideal Work that creates continuity in the spaces while adding an evocative materic effect, in tune with the warmth of the wood. Stahlbau Pichler has designed the expansion and modernization of the plant, and the construction of structures and facades for the new Mila headquarters. [gallery ids="168376,168380,168378,168382,168384,168386,168388"]
"},{"caption":"Designed by the studio Pichler Architects, the new Mila S\u00fcdtirol headquarters in Bolzano combines rigorous lines and natural materials like larch wood with the rugged stucco used for mountain lodges. - Designed by the studio\u00a0Pichler Architects, the new Mila S\u00fcdtirol headquarters in Bolzano\u00a0combines rigorous lines and natural materials like larch wood with the rugged stucco used for mountain lodges.\r\nFrom the outside, the architecture stands out for its geometric lines, paced by large glazings that allow natural light to flood the interiors.\r\nInside, the four levels are crossed by a large central staircase, a tribute to the forms of mountain canyons. The central skylight offers a marvelous view.\r\nThe flooring is in Nuvolato, the cement-based solution from Ideal Work that creates continuity in the spaces while adding an evocative materic effect, in tune with the warmth of the wood.\r\nStahlbau Pichler\u00a0has designed the expansion and modernization of the plant, and the construction of structures and facades for the new Mila headquarters.\r\n
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Designed by the studio Pichler Architects, the new Mila Südtirol headquarters in Bolzano combines rigorous lines and natural materials like larch wood with the rugged stucco used for mountain lodges. - Designed by the studio Pichler Architects, the new Mila Südtirol headquarters in Bolzano combines rigorous lines and natural materials like larch wood with the rugged stucco used for mountain lodges. From the outside, the architecture stands out for its geometric lines, paced by large glazings that allow natural light to flood the interiors. Inside, the four levels are crossed by a large central staircase, a tribute to the forms of mountain canyons. The central skylight offers a marvelous view. The flooring is in Nuvolato, the cement-based solution from Ideal Work that creates continuity in the spaces while adding an evocative materic effect, in tune with the warmth of the wood. Stahlbau Pichler has designed the expansion and modernization of the plant, and the construction of structures and facades for the new Mila headquarters. [gallery ids="168376,168380,168378,168382,168384,168386,168388"]
"},{"caption":"Designed by the studio Pichler Architects, the new Mila S\u00fcdtirol headquarters in Bolzano combines rigorous lines and natural materials like larch wood with the rugged stucco used for mountain lodges. - Designed by the studio\u00a0Pichler Architects, the new Mila S\u00fcdtirol headquarters in Bolzano\u00a0combines rigorous lines and natural materials like larch wood with the rugged stucco used for mountain lodges.\r\nFrom the outside, the architecture stands out for its geometric lines, paced by large glazings that allow natural light to flood the interiors.\r\nInside, the four levels are crossed by a large central staircase, a tribute to the forms of mountain canyons. The central skylight offers a marvelous view.\r\nThe flooring is in Nuvolato, the cement-based solution from Ideal Work that creates continuity in the spaces while adding an evocative materic effect, in tune with the warmth of the wood.\r\nStahlbau Pichler\u00a0has designed the expansion and modernization of the plant, and the construction of structures and facades for the new Mila headquarters.\r\n
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Designed by the studio Pichler Architects, the new Mila Südtirol headquarters in Bolzano combines rigorous lines and natural materials like larch wood with the rugged stucco used for mountain lodges. - Designed by the studio Pichler Architects, the new Mila Südtirol headquarters in Bolzano combines rigorous lines and natural materials like larch wood with the rugged stucco used for mountain lodges. From the outside, the architecture stands out for its geometric lines, paced by large glazings that allow natural light to flood the interiors. Inside, the four levels are crossed by a large central staircase, a tribute to the forms of mountain canyons. The central skylight offers a marvelous view. The flooring is in Nuvolato, the cement-based solution from Ideal Work that creates continuity in the spaces while adding an evocative materic effect, in tune with the warmth of the wood. Stahlbau Pichler has designed the expansion and modernization of the plant, and the construction of structures and facades for the new Mila headquarters. [gallery ids="168376,168380,168378,168382,168384,168386,168388"]
"},{"caption":"Designed by the studio Pichler Architects, the new Mila S\u00fcdtirol headquarters in Bolzano combines rigorous lines and natural materials like larch wood with the rugged stucco used for mountain lodges. - Designed by the studio\u00a0Pichler Architects, the new Mila S\u00fcdtirol headquarters in Bolzano\u00a0combines rigorous lines and natural materials like larch wood with the rugged stucco used for mountain lodges.\r\nFrom the outside, the architecture stands out for its geometric lines, paced by large glazings that allow natural light to flood the interiors.\r\nInside, the four levels are crossed by a large central staircase, a tribute to the forms of mountain canyons. The central skylight offers a marvelous view.\r\nThe flooring is in Nuvolato, the cement-based solution from Ideal Work that creates continuity in the spaces while adding an evocative materic effect, in tune with the warmth of the wood.\r\nStahlbau Pichler\u00a0has designed the expansion and modernization of the plant, and the construction of structures and facades for the new Mila headquarters.\r\n
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Designed by the studio Pichler Architects, the new Mila Südtirol headquarters in Bolzano combines rigorous lines and natural materials like larch wood with the rugged stucco used for mountain lodges. - Designed by the studio Pichler Architects, the new Mila Südtirol headquarters in Bolzano combines rigorous lines and natural materials like larch wood with the rugged stucco used for mountain lodges. From the outside, the architecture stands out for its geometric lines, paced by large glazings that allow natural light to flood the interiors. Inside, the four levels are crossed by a large central staircase, a tribute to the forms of mountain canyons. The central skylight offers a marvelous view. The flooring is in Nuvolato, the cement-based solution from Ideal Work that creates continuity in the spaces while adding an evocative materic effect, in tune with the warmth of the wood. Stahlbau Pichler has designed the expansion and modernization of the plant, and the construction of structures and facades for the new Mila headquarters. [gallery ids="168376,168380,168378,168382,168384,168386,168388"]
"},{"caption":"Designed by the studio Pichler Architects, the new Mila S\u00fcdtirol headquarters in Bolzano combines rigorous lines and natural materials like larch wood with the rugged stucco used for mountain lodges. - Designed by the studio\u00a0Pichler Architects, the new Mila S\u00fcdtirol headquarters in Bolzano\u00a0combines rigorous lines and natural materials like larch wood with the rugged stucco used for mountain lodges.\r\nFrom the outside, the architecture stands out for its geometric lines, paced by large glazings that allow natural light to flood the interiors.\r\nInside, the four levels are crossed by a large central staircase, a tribute to the forms of mountain canyons. The central skylight offers a marvelous view.\r\nThe flooring is in Nuvolato, the cement-based solution from Ideal Work that creates continuity in the spaces while adding an evocative materic effect, in tune with the warmth of the wood.\r\nStahlbau Pichler\u00a0has designed the expansion and modernization of the plant, and the construction of structures and facades for the new Mila headquarters.\r\n
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Designed by the studio Pichler Architects, the new Mila Südtirol headquarters in Bolzano combines rigorous lines and natural materials like larch wood with the rugged stucco used for mountain lodges. - Designed by the studio Pichler Architects, the new Mila Südtirol headquarters in Bolzano combines rigorous lines and natural materials like larch wood with the rugged stucco used for mountain lodges. From the outside, the architecture stands out for its geometric lines, paced by large glazings that allow natural light to flood the interiors. Inside, the four levels are crossed by a large central staircase, a tribute to the forms of mountain canyons. The central skylight offers a marvelous view. The flooring is in Nuvolato, the cement-based solution from Ideal Work that creates continuity in the spaces while adding an evocative materic effect, in tune with the warmth of the wood. Stahlbau Pichler has designed the expansion and modernization of the plant, and the construction of structures and facades for the new Mila headquarters. [gallery ids="168376,168380,168378,168382,168384,168386,168388"]
"},{"caption":"Designed by the studio Pichler Architects, the new Mila S\u00fcdtirol headquarters in Bolzano combines rigorous lines and natural materials like larch wood with the rugged stucco used for mountain lodges. - Designed by the studio\u00a0Pichler Architects, the new Mila S\u00fcdtirol headquarters in Bolzano\u00a0combines rigorous lines and natural materials like larch wood with the rugged stucco used for mountain lodges.\r\nFrom the outside, the architecture stands out for its geometric lines, paced by large glazings that allow natural light to flood the interiors.\r\nInside, the four levels are crossed by a large central staircase, a tribute to the forms of mountain canyons. The central skylight offers a marvelous view.\r\nThe flooring is in Nuvolato, the cement-based solution from Ideal Work that creates continuity in the spaces while adding an evocative materic effect, in tune with the warmth of the wood.\r\nStahlbau Pichler\u00a0has designed the expansion and modernization of the plant, and the construction of structures and facades for the new Mila headquarters.\r\n
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Designed by the studio Pichler Architects, the new Mila Südtirol headquarters in Bolzano combines rigorous lines and natural materials like larch wood with the rugged stucco used for mountain lodges. - Designed by the studio Pichler Architects, the new Mila Südtirol headquarters in Bolzano combines rigorous lines and natural materials like larch wood with the rugged stucco used for mountain lodges. From the outside, the architecture stands out for its geometric lines, paced by large glazings that allow natural light to flood the interiors. Inside, the four levels are crossed by a large central staircase, a tribute to the forms of mountain canyons. The central skylight offers a marvelous view. The flooring is in Nuvolato, the cement-based solution from Ideal Work that creates continuity in the spaces while adding an evocative materic effect, in tune with the warmth of the wood. Stahlbau Pichler has designed the expansion and modernization of the plant, and the construction of structures and facades for the new Mila headquarters. [gallery ids="168376,168380,168378,168382,168384,168386,168388"]
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