Villa Emma by Mario Mazzer Architects is a summer retreat located in Costa Smeralda, one of the most prestigious holiday spots. This house combines the conceptual rigour of a traditional Sardinian Stazzu with the client’s desire of having a warm house with valuable materials.
About Mario Mazzer Architects
Mario Mazzer Architects was founded in 1980 by architect Mario Mazzer and today consists of several architects, engineers and interior designers, carrying out projects in industrial and interior design, architecture and urban planning. Architectural projects range from residential, hospital and private clinic, headquarter, commercial, hotel and restaurant.
Mazzer is a member of ADI (Associazione per il Disegno Industriale) and BEDA (Bureau of European Design Associations), his works have been exposed in museums and design exhibitions and in 2004 he has been included in “The Design encyclopedia” of MoMA New York.
He contributes to the architectural and design cultural debate giving lectures and conferences all over the world: Made Expo in Beirut, Moscow, Belgrad, Bucharest, Kosovo, Milan and Kuwait; Kiev, Sarajevo, Shanghai.
Mario Mazzer Architects has been awarded numerous prizes including Good Design Award, If Product Design Award, Red Dot Design Award, New design Award, Pragointerier New Design Award, International Grandesign Award, Young & Design Award, ID Annual Design Review, Riabita, Architizer Awards, American Architecture Prize.
He designs for companies as Acerbis, Alma Design, Bonaldo, Cappellini, Flou, Magis, Manital, Martex, Minotti Cucine, Poliform, Rossi di Albizzate, Solzi Luce, Ycami, Zanotta.
LOCATION: Conegliano, Italy
LEARN MORE: http://www.mariomazzer.com/