Project type

Traditional wooden roof


Rocca Grimalda (AL)



Palladian Villa Roofing

As lovers of art, one of our values is respect for it, and it is here where technology and state-of-the-art are concealed so that tradition is not sidelined.
Working on 16th century architecture was a tough challenge, but one that taught us a lot.
The roof in question is based on a clear-cut definition of volumes,obtained by pushing back the secondary structure which is divided by two horizontal beams. The strong symmetry typical of Palladio’s designs has been carried over to the roofing where 6 wooden trusses have been employed, the whole being adapted by inserting cork as thermal insulation to make the entire building durable and with zero impact on the environment.