Government building Province of Bolzano

Lasa marble and porphyry, as natural stones belonging to the territory, underlines the public character of the office and administrative building

From 1997 to 2001 a new government and administrative building of the Autonomous Province of Bolzano (Bozen) was constructed opposite the main railway station of Bolzano (Bozen). The “Palazzo Provinciale II” or in German "Landhaus II" comprises a newly created multi-storey office and administration building with a construction volume of 37,332 cubic metres. The overall planner and site manager, the renowned South Tyrolean architect Oswald Zöggeler, envisaged the use of two natural stones typical of the region for the cladding of the outer façade. In the lower area, white Lasa marble of the commercial variety LASA VENATO CEVEDALE® was used.

Project Information

Bozen/Bolzano, Italy, 1998/1999

Product:Wall covering in Lasa Venato Cevedale, stairs in Lasa Bianco Nuvolato
Photos:Gerwald Wallnöfer

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