Zinc solar shading PRIVATE VILLA, GENOA
titaniumfor roofhorizontal

zinc solar shading
zinc solar shading
zinc solar shading
zinc solar shading
zinc solar shading
zinc solar shading
zinc solar shading
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zinc, titanium
for roof
Technical characteristics
motorized rotating


The realization of the project of the detached villa built in Genoa-Nervi, bears the signature of the Genoese architect Maurizio Varratta. This is a housing project of quality and sustainability that combines respect for nature and the surrounding urban environment, despite a modern image and the use of recycled and recyclable natural materials (and a strong innovative character). Zintek® titanium-zinc roofing gives the building a clean, elegant silhouette in which all elements blend harmoniously. In the realization of this eco-sustainable and eco-friendly building, the ventilated roof, reminiscent of an inverted keel, made of titanium-zinc, has contributed to the achievement of excellent aesthetic and functional results, thanks to the intrinsic characteristics of zintek® – including ductility, durability, sustainability and total recyclability. Not to mention that in view of the peculiarity of the type of coating, the photovoltaic and solar thermal panels, now essential for the achievement of the required sustainability parameters, integrate and harmonize with the roof itself, in compliance with the landscape and urban constraints imposed by the rules of government of the territory. Once again the titanium-zinc zintek® confirms itself as a “magic” material, able to bring to architectural projects – from small-scale interventions to large-scale redevelopment projects – a solidity and durability typical only of a metal roof, but also a unique style and harmony.


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