MARINA DI VENEZIA CAMPING VILLAGE
The new commercial area of the Marina di Venezia Camping Village, a tourist complex in the municipality of Cavallino Treporti, is the result of a full renovation and redevelopment project designed by the MTLC studio. The new settlement replaces the pre-existing buildings, which were characterized by structures, finishes and systems of low value, no longer suitable for current needs and not in compliance with the regulatory requirements in force.
The project takes note of existing building and environmental consistencies, recognizing in particular the fundamental importance of the latter and value for the quality of the spaces. The design of the Marina di Venezia Camping Village has set itself the goal of creating a building complex that reflects the image of the market through the creation of different volumes which are permeable and unified by an unique roof, so as to be identified as a single building in reference to the covered market, and the redistribution of building loads along the existing main axis while enhanced by the new squares and new inner courtyards of stationary transition.
With respect to the existing architecture which is characterized by a large number of small volumes, and to allow the vegetation to remain in the foreground, the seven new buildings consist of bodies of one level above ground with flat roofs; only two of them present an additional underground level, so as to respond to the needs of the activities hosted therein.
During both the design and construction phases, careful planning of the supply and availability aspects of materials and technologies, with due attention to the time schedule, was necessary to meet the tight deadlines granted by the client for the completion of the work, linked to the seasonal closure of camping activities.
SCE Project was involved in the concept, developed, technical and construction full service design (structural and MEPF), in the architectural design coordination and in the construction management of the Camping Village “Maria di Venezia”.