Limonaia at the monumental complex of Villa del Boccaglione

Perugia

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Limonaia at the monumental complex of Villa del Boccaglione

The Villa del Boccaglione, located in the plain at the foot of the Bettona hill, in the Passaggio area, is an example of rural architecture from the mid-17th century.

This neoclassical structure, built on the remains of a previous construction dating back to the 16th century, was built by the Crispolti family from Betto, probably based on the architect’s design.

The villa is often described as the “little Versailles of Umbria” due to its beauty and architectural style.

Today the Villa del Boccaglione is owned by the Ministry of Cultural Heritage, and represents a historical and cultural treasure for the region. Although not much information is available on its current public use, the villa remains a point of interest for those visiting Umbria and wishing to explore the historical and architectural heritage of the region.

Work Details

Client

Ministry for Cultural Heritage and Activities Superintendence for Architectural and Landscape Heritage of Umbria

Location

Perugia

Interventions

The building undergoing restoration is part of a series of buildings built within the park of the “Villa del Boccaglione”.

The intervention involved the partial demolition of the building, the consolidation of the remaining parts of the building and the new construction of the demolished body.

A basement was created with reinforced concrete walls and a new structure above in steel and load-bearing block masonry.

The roof is made of wood using chestnut beams and rafters, flat tiles, subsequent casting of the slab, insulating panel, sheath and roof covering in antique tiles.

Externally the building was plastered and painted with lime.

Type of Intervention

Work
Category

The combination of different realities such as heritage and professionalism, entrepreneurial skills and dynamism places TECNORES S.r.l. General Construction Company among the leading companies in the sector.

  • Archeology

  • Design

  • Maintenance

  • Restoration