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Fiorenzo Valbonesi

Fiorenzo Valbonesi

Fiorenzo Valbonesi graduated from Florence in 1977 under Gianfranco Di Pietro, an architect specializing in upgrade urban projects. His first work experience was, accordingly, in town planning. He set up a firm in Cesena and, like many a project designer in that province, diversified to suit the demands of public and private commissions. A break-through occurred at the outset of the millennium when he got the chance to design the Campodelsole cellars: 4,250 sq m nestling in the Bertinoro countryside (near Forlì). Valbonesi designed the premises in two structures, one to house the finished product, offices and an area for wine-tasting, the other containing the production plant (a smaller third section at one end forms the custodian’s house). The first part of the building is long and thin in the form of a ramp dialoguing with the low surrounding foothills. The second is...

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