TIM Study Center Via Santa Maria in Via Roma







The state of affairs and the detection and modeling system

The subject property dates back to the early 1900s and consists of 5 above-ground floors, in addition to the ground floor and a basement, served by a staircase and elevator.

The building was in good condition, except for a seismic consolidation and reinforcement work planned before the space redistribution work was carried out.

Due to changed technical organizational needs of the client, aimed at improving the working standard and adapting it to new industry regulations, it was planned to change the internal layout of the rooms on the 1st and 2nd floors, with related adjustment of the facilities.

The entire building was then surveyed internally and externally with laser scanners and modeled through point clouds in a way that allows faithful restitution in BIM with REVIT software.


The intervention included as a first step that of seismic consolidation and reinforcement, which involved increasing the strength of the pillars on the ground floor by reinforced concrete encasement, while for the floors under intervention in this project, 1st floor and 2nd floor, the integration of steel frames was planned to stiffen the transverse direction.

The new structure was anchored to the existing reinforced concrete structure by partial ringing, which increased the resistant section.

The frames were made integral with the reinforced concrete columns by means of appropriate connections that were fully integrated with the existing structure.

01. Close-up - WORKING

On the second floor, for the working operational spaces, it was decided to divide the spaces with plasterboard walls alternated by glass walls that, following a broken line, also highlighted by the false ceilings and floors, draws the distribution rooms. This solution allowed for a dynamic space characterized by the presence of open space workstations, ancillary spaces and three executive rooms.

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On the second floor, on the other hand, the floor dedicated to learning creativity relaxation, the Workshop spaces in open space, conference area and digital library were generated through the design of curved plasterboard walls and plastic perforations that generate a fluid, dynamic and modern space.