Marina di Venezia campsite

September 24, 2013

Situated along the sandy beach at the fringes of the Venice lagoon, the Marina di Venezia campsite has launched its first group of designer bungalows.

Thanks to their patio structure, the so-called “Garden Villas” can be formally distinguished from the traditional kind and are arranged so as to be integrated into the existing pine grove. The ecological building materials chosen, as well as the exterior wood cladding, emphasize the desire to immerse the houses in nature, using a “Botanical Architecture” approach.

Since creating the Vigilius Mountain Resort ten years ago, the architectural studio Matteo Thun & Partners
has pursued its objective to create architectural projects and interiors that foster cohabitation and synergy
between nature and buildings.

Several recent projects show how economy and ecology can be combined through “botanic” and “small size” architecture, without renouncing on aesthetics, comfort and privacy.

Proof of this are tourist facilities like the Marina di Venezia campsite on the fringes of the Venice lagoon and
the Longen winery, situated in the Moselle Valley. As are a small heating plant in Bad Aibling in Bavaria and
the renovation of a group of abandoned shelters in Trentino.


Design Team: Matteo Thun & Partners

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