Building station called the Gasoline Petrol Station is completed designed by the architect Damilano Studio Architects. This Gasoline petrol station is located in Cuneo, Piemonte, Italy. This gasoline petrol station is conceived as a modern contemporary architecture design building by the architect.
The idea of travel which is conceived by the Damilano Studio Architects is as strong reference for designing this gasoline petrol station, a few stops and then back on the road is the only thing which is interrupted short or long distance routes. This gasoline petrol station is used as a break for refueling place or just to stretch a bit ‘legs before continuing the traveler journey’.
The service station is separated from the asphalt like a ribbon of the road with the engine and wrapping around itself with the same continuity, it is creating a temporary volume to accommodate the traveler. To continue to other destinations, the tape then sink back into the ground. By the architect, the gasoline petrol station architecture, as usually conceived as a mere support function, thus acquires a shape.
Building Station Architecture Design
This gasoline petrol station architecture design, which is static by the definition, is becomes a closely linked to the concept of the continuous flow which is envelops and it is becomes the urban landscape without interruption. The shell which is reinforced by the concrete is casts in special molds fluidized is closely by a glass wall are distributed within the office manager and a self-service, it is separate the bathrooms from the block in central position. The red steel block which is located on the rear elevation is detached from the body and a wolf howling, it is illuminated at night, draws the attention to the urgent needs.
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Photography by Andrea Martiradonna