In its path of evolution and in consistency with recent changes, atelier ribo+ cannot and does not exempt itself from carrying out a self-analysis as regards its essential guideline: planning.
from arsenal to “lighthouse” of the upcoming Bulle neighborhood
Here is a project with traits never before seen in Switzerland, come to light thanks to the working synergy of five different architects’ firms.
The time has come to bring into existence a new work consciousness, of a higher order, more aware, more responsible.
An ideal place in which to live or have a second home, a paradise between Ticino’s lake and mountains.
Residenza Dolce Vita a Muralto è un nuovo e moderno complesso, perfettamente inserito nel contesto del territorio. Chi ama il Ticino, il suo clima mediterraneo, le sue bellezze paesaggistiche, la sua cucina e i suoi vini, troverà in questa residenza il luogo ideale per “viverlo”. La posizione strategica, nel cuore del locarnese, e la sua caratteristica “a terrazze”, come i vigneti ticinesi, rende Residenza Dolce Vita davvero unica.
The project has entailed the transformation of a Swisscom facility in the centre of Muralto. The above-ground parts of the building (22,400 cubic metres), in disuse and not in line with the needs of a residential building, have been torn down, and the 3 underground levels (17,900 cubic metres) have been preserved and transformed.
Our new logo clearly conveys a sense of ribo’s evolution as well as its awareness-rich, responsible approach. Clean-cut, essential and solid, the new logo encapsulates, together with the + symbol, the added value of our professional approach, reinforced by the word atelier = studio, which highlights the artistic, dynamic nature of the workplace where our projects and ideas take shape. We invite you to watch the video showing the stages of creation of the new logo by Giovanni Sciuchetti, of KeyDesign SA.
The mill and its press are an important legacy in the history of Cadenazzo and they have been ‘rediscovered’ and evaluated over this past decade. That which used to appear as ruins in the middle of the woods is now a valuable asset within a unique geomorphologic context in which the geological component of the rocks evocatively bears witness to the Ice Age.