Caldaro Village re-design by ewo
Caldaro Village re-design
The architect responsible for the circumspect redesign of the town of Caldaro, in the midst of the vineyards of the Alto Adige region of South Tyrol, was Walter Angonese, a native son. Along with the town itself, he insisted on a specifically produced solution that respected and emphasized the special character of the locality. Angonese described the lighting fixtures that were developed here as “luminaires that enter into a symbiosis through their function, form and the material used.”
The trapezoidal shape of the fixtures represents a form that functions both when mounted on a pole as well as directly on the wall. It is, however, the surface that really provides the luminaires with their special character: architectural bronze was used. This material does not so much wear out over time but, instead, improves. It gradually takes on a greenish patina and only reveals its true beauty over the course of decades. In this sense, it resembles the character of the village.
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