In Turin, between corso Unione Sovietica, piazzale San Gabriele di Gorizia, and via Filadelfia, more precisely at No. 6/11 of via Giovanni Spano, is PALAZZO ALCHECHENGI.
A 7-storey residential building, with two extra underground floors, minutes away from public transport, just a walk away from schools and university institutions, health-care centers and sports facilities.
The look of the building stirs the interest of many, with its linear outline, evoking a “great white ship”, its prow on the wind.
Its front facades are entirely sheeted in bush-hammered, white Carrara marble, its base covered in flamed Luserna stone.
The large metallic balconies look onto the street creating reflections of light and sparks of color.
The building was designed and completed with a sophisticated architectonic and technologic approach, in response to the desire to make this city a hub of Europe’s vanguard.