Omes project turns 20!

As architects, the adventure of a first building is something that stays with you forever. You learn unvaluable lessons and test your confidence in your ideas. We set to design the Omes factory in 2001, when we were yet to turn 27. Circular economy was not yet the flavor of the day, but we were already thinking about the life cycle of materials and we wanted to build in steel in a Country where 95% of industrial buildings was a precast concrete box. In the summer of 2003, as Torino was covered in the dust of the demolition of dismissed factories, the frame of the Omes went up in steel, recycled and endlessly recyclable.

> Read more about the Omes project here.