Ottostumm | Mogs will be at Architect@work Paris, the 24th and 25th September.
In the same convivial and familiar atmosphere, but above all in a safe environment, you will see our most innovative products combing Swiss technology and Italian design for distinctive steel window systems.
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PARIS EVENT CENTER
20 Avenue de la porte de la Villette
24th September: 10:00 - 20:00
25th September: 10:00 - 19:00
Designer: Arch. Stefania Stera
A sculpture to live barefoot.
Stefania Stera, an Italian architect who has her studio in Paris, designs a majestic villa, perfectly integrated into the landscape of the Costa Smeralda.
Villa La Grintosa is a prodigy of light and movement, with linear curves and textures that intersect each other, underlining the combination of art and architecture.
Architect Stera has brought together international designers and skilled workers to work together, creating volumes that do not alternate the site, but magnificence it.
The villa is characterized by enormous openings, some geometric and others - soft and sinuous - follow the curve of the landscape and the conformation of the natural elements.
A large folding opening closes the patio, transforming it into a magnificent living en plain air.
The outer door of the kitchen - a huge curved sliding door designed to measure - surprises with a height of over 4 meters while maintaining maximum elegance and slimness of the frames. These spectacular openings that characterize the villa, including the exotic pointed arch window of the master bedroom, are made with the Mogs M65 TB stainless steel system, which was then painted in the colours that best suited the individual spaces.
Designer: Arch. Mauro Berruti
The house, on the outskirts of Rome, was born from the owners' desire to recreate a large family home according to the highest standards of sustainability, where there was a reinforced concrete construction of the 60s. The new building is entirely made with XLAM wooden load-bearing structures and finished with a mineral fibre coat and plaster. The building is set in a relatively small garden, so the large openings allow an intimate dialogue with the outside greenery, projecting it inside the house.
The huge lift and slide door that opens into the living area floods the room with light and provides excellent thermal insulation.
Photo: Paolo Fusco
Designer: HANDELSMANN + KHAW_ Gillian Khaw
An elegant residence in the heart of Sydney, Australia, where the interior walls are replaced by huge transparent windows. The effect is magnificent, a sense of openness and lightness that helps to visually increase the width of the space.
The original FerroFinestra W20 in hot-rolled steel – besides - lends authentic value and inimitable design to the partitions, characterizing the style of the interior.
Photo: Andrew Patterson
Killara, a residential town north of Sydney, was home to the famous architect Harry Seidler, Australia's leading Bauhaus exponent. A clear rationalist imprint is all over the city's architecture. Just a few steps away from Killara House, or Harry and Penelope Seidler House, a large private residence seems to exalt, in a contemporary key, the elegance and formal cleanliness of 1930s architecture.
The huge transparent windows were made by Italian workers with the FerroFinestra system. The lightness of the glass is interrupted only by thin steel frames, painted in a particular matt black, to give the interior an incomparable brightness and a continuous dialogue with the garden, up to the overhanging volume in glass and steel that houses the dining room.
Adequate thermo-acoustic insulation and the necessary burglary protection are guaranteed by the considerable thickness of the steel sheet used, and by the increased depth of the profiles, which allows the housing of low-emission glass-room.
There are many types of opening: internal and external hinged sash, vertical and horizontal hinged sash, sliding systems and folding systems.
100 architectures of the 1900s in Apulia and Basilicata. It is the result of a long study of the regional architectural heritage of the 20th century done by the Basilicata and Apulia chapters of Do.co.mo.mo. Italy. The traveling exhibition will start from Matera, the 2019 European Culture Capital, and will then reach the other provinces of Apulia and Basilicata.
From November 29 until December 1, Mogs will attend Arkeda at the Mostra d’Oltremare. Find us at Booth 619.
The first installment of Saie reaches Bari’s Fiera del Levante, on October 24, 25 and 26. The new pavilion, which will have at its core the topic of building renovation, will showcase Mogs as well as its new system FerroFinestra W75 TB. The system will be also shown in the “Square of innovative joinery”, and will be introduced by a short speech on Saturday, October 26th at 12.30.
Architect@work, the fair devoted to innovation in architecture, building and design, reaches Turin for the first time on October 23 and 24, 2019. A challenge which Mogs immediately accepted to introduce, at Lingotto Fiere, the new FerroFinestra W75 TB system: the same clean and elegant design of the FerroFinestra series, with exceptional thermal performance. Mogs will also attend the Milan event on November 13 and 14.
Planner: SideProgetti/Studio Metamorphosi 104 (Treviso)
Travelling, discovering new locations, meeting, speaking: a mix of ideas for the new, large hostel in mestre, neighbouring Venice
Photo: Andrea Miatto
Planner: Studio Sauerbruch Hutton
In 2010, the Fondazione di Venezia held an international competition for the design of M9, inviting six prestigious European offices to produce a sustainable design so that M9 might become an example, the visible demonstration of a different design culture that respects the environment, is technologically advanced and addresses energy-consumption issues.
Sauerbruch Hutton is known for its sustainable designs. For M9, it proposed cutting-edge structural and M&E solutions to reduce energy requirements. Thanks to these options plus the idea of a building that would integrate with the surrounding urban design and the inspiration of designing new public spaces and accesses to make the area fully permeable, the Berlin office won the competition and secured the project.
The designers have been able to regenerate a block that has been unusable for years, transforming it into what today is not only a museum venue for over 5 thousand square meters, but also a complex urban hub, crossed by pedestrian paths that lead to a central square animated by shops.
The project is based on the recovery of a former sixteenth-century convent with cloister, now home to offices and shops, and on the construction of a new large triangular volume (museum, galleries and auditorium) and a second smaller volume, intended as a innovative shopping center. The combination of closed and glazed surfaces enhances the color, used as a tool for perceptive modification of space.
Photo: Marco Zanta
Planner: Thile Architettura&Design di Ilenia Boccaletti e Thalia
A wonderful penthouse on the roofs of Rome, with a minimalist and industrial taste. The interiors are declined in warm and refined shades of gray, with clean and essential lines, while the large attic allows for a more exotic taste, with a welcoming living area. The large windows have been realized in FerroFinestra thermal break, with a very slender frame and excellent thermal and acoustic insulation.
Photo: Vito Corvasce
Designers: Mauro Sàito con M. Pignatelli, M. Quarta, N. Stefanelli
The restoration of the Palazzo del Mezzogiorno, carried out in 1951 within the Bari Fiera del Levante on a project by the architect Piero Mario Favia, provides for the recovery of the original features of one of the testimonies of the Modern Movement in Bari, and its re-use in order to host the museum, exhibition and educational spaces of the Apulia Film House, a new “Cinema house”. The planners have formulated a restoration proposal aimed at restoring the distinctive features of this "modern monument" - the multi-functionality and transparency - today strongly altered despite the fact that the building has been restricted since 2008.
The large glass and steel openings, with thermal break technology, fully respect the original aesthetics and guarantee the building excellent thermal and acoustic insulation values and a long life.
Photo: Alberto Muciaccia
Designer: D'Ettorre Architects
This is a new contemporary family home previously used as offices in the 1990s. It’s a restoration and brave modification of an existing 1880’s heritage-listed three-storey Victorian Italianate-style terrace house with carriageway, modifications to the rear wing and restoration and modifications to the 1860’s sandstone stables, restoration of rear stone fences and addition of a concrete carport with landscaped roof terrace located at the rear of an ‘L’ shaped site in Surry Hills, Sydney.
The underlying concept was to translate an existing 1990s office fit-out into a contemporary residence while honouring the historic charm of the building and giving the owners a comfortable home with bold design modifications.
The low heritage significance of the existing rear wing offered an opportunity for total restructuring, so it was here that the most dramatic design intervention took place. The introduction of the impressively engineered double-height brick vaulted ceiling to the restructured rear wing seemed an appropriate element for the Italianate style of house.
The constraints of the site meant that, instead of building a new addition to the rear wing, space could be reworked to provide light and visual connection as well as access to courtyards. Special consideration was given to separating the historical terrace house from its rear wing with glazing to link the voids and separate the old from the new with negative space.
The building's harmonious internal structures were preserved, including historical features such as the ornate marble fireplaces, main staircase, and glass panelled door, and the sidelights were brought back to life to enhance the home's beauty.
The existing building's generous size permitted additional spaces beyond the client’s needs and expectations allowing the introduction of the multi-use conservatory on the rear wing’s second level. The conservatory has been treated as an outdoor living area with potted trees. It's a winter garden during the cooler seasons with abundant natural sunlight and, on rainy days, is protected by the glass roof.
Photo: Simone Bossi
Material: painted steel
A well-known designer from Treviso has found here, outside the city but without having to go too far, the ideal place for his home. An old farmhouse with a beautiful outdoor space, masterfully restored and furnished with a truly unique and special taste.
Protagonist of the façade, a wide opening in glass and steel - which develops vertically on the two levels of the dwelling - allows the outside to flow inside, filling it with natural light.
The façade, equipped with upper automated openings for optimal ventilation, is made with the FerroFinestra T42 TB system in a fascinating matt black finish.
Designer: Carlo Lucchese
Photo: Marco Zanta
Material: Acciaio verniciato
Istria is truly a fascinating land, a landscape that is idyllic in many ways, as the official hymn of the Istrian Region Krasna zemljo or “Beautiful Land” states. The PUERTO LUNA AZUL atelier / residence, with a unique view of the Canal d’Arsia and the Kvarner Islands, is perfectly integrated into the natural landscape, both in terms of volumetric choices and used materials.
The supporting structure consists of a steel skeleton with HEA beams and pillars. Cor-ten steel has been used in the ventilated wall that closes towards the small adjacent town, in the no-invasive tool shed and as decoration material for various details. In the interiors, plywood and chestnut wood prevail. On the sea side, large glass and steel openings allow to fully enjoy the beautiful landscape, and let the surrounding garden “enter” the living area. Realized using the system FerroFinestra Mogs W50 TT, these large windows and doors guarantee a high thermal insulation and the necessary security against break-ins.
Designer: Fabrika + Studio
Photo: Koridor 27
On Tuesday, April 9th, the workshop “FerroFinestra: a valuable choice of style for hardware and interior design” will take place.
Officine Milano, via De Sanctis 30, at 11 AM and 5 PM.
We are waiting for you at the showroom Officine Milano, via De Sanctis 30, as well as at Archiproducts Tortona, to experience first-hand all the solutions Mogs has to offer. Have a nice Salone del Mobile week!
A charming medieval tower in Lucca, in the heart of Tuscany, has been completely restored to a modern apartment.
The solutions adopted for the openings are interesting, in some cases following the original design of the arched windows, in others they propose a geometric solution leaning on the arch of the openings.
In all cases, the slender and rational design of the FerroFinestra system guarantees maximum elegance of the windows, while the thermal barrier system ensures high interior comfort and excellent energy saving.
Designer: Roberto Pedicone
Photo: Paolo Fusco
From 30 November to 2 December 2018 Mogs will be in Napoli at the Mostra d'Oltremare for the Arkeda event. Stand 619.
Material: Galvanized steel
A rural paradise made of olive trees and lush nature is the harmonious background to a group of trulli restored to the splendor of the past. In this skillful renovation, in which the interiors flow seamlessly in the exterior and vice versa, the attention is focused on the realization of a glass cube, where light plays a primary role. The Glass Cube is a volume converted from storage of agricultural implements to an extension of the living area, creating a continuity with other environments by means of exposed stone walls, making fluid the spaces and passages between the various routes. It is essential, linear, rational, composed of a series of exposed concrete slabs rotated 90 ° with respect to each other, connected by vertical and horizontal glass walls. A large transparent case that surrounds a pre-existing centuries-old olive tree, underlining the importance of contrast and symbiosis with the surrounding nature, without changing the harmonies between empty and full, between matter and air, consolidated over time. The insertion of the new transparent volume has been realized with the Mogs 65 TT Steel system, which allows to obtain large windows with a very small visual impact (18 mm) together with a high anti-burglary safety and excellent energy performances. The planner, Architect Enrico Maria Cicchetti, has been inspired by the principles of the Bauhaus and by the interpretation of design as a union of art, craftsmanship and technology. The result of the work is given by the direct synergy between the various workers of the place, which bring the knowledge of local materials and their workmanship, and the designer who integrates the historicity with a balanced modern contribution.
Designer: Arch. Enrico Maria Cicchetti Studio EMC | Architects W
The new Mogs 65 TB Steel stood out for its exceptional design and was honored at the Archiproducts Design Awards 2018.
Mogs will attend Architect@Work 2018 both in Rome (October 17/18 at Fiera Roma, Stand 26) and Milan (November 14/15 at Milano Congressi, Stand 168): for the occasion, the innovative Custom CPXX TT system will be introduced to the public. See you there!
Designer: Allford Hall Monaghan Morris
100 Union Street reflects the steers from research on progressive workplace design. This new office building features flexible floor plates, generous volumes and operable windows allowing for extensive natural light and ventilation. The industrial-type repetitive windows create a visual rhythm along both the long elevations, provide a porosity that animates its surroundings with a sense of its life within and gives the façade an authentic beauty.
The innovative thermal barrier technology guarantees excellent comfort and energy saving.
Photo: Timothy Soar
Since 2008, we are researching and developing avant-garde solutions in the field of steel windows and doors:
this is just the beginning!
During May 16-18 2018, Mogs will attend the Salone del Restauro in Florence; at the stand 13B you will find our steel systems for refurbishment.
Material: Architectural Bronze, finitura lucida
Presented on the occasion of Milan Design Week 2018, 3D HOUSING 5.0 in Piazza Beccaria is the first 3D printed house in Europe. An absolutely revolutionary project in terms of time, costs and lifestyles, which has earned a place of honor among the numerous events of the Fuori Salone 2018. The 100 square meters of the house, designed by the Architect Massimiliano Locatelli in collaboration with Italcementi and Arup, are divided into a living area, a sleeping area, a bathroom and a kitchen. The interiors are printed exclusively in the structural parts: finishes and furnishings are instead classic, but carefully chosen, to bring back the value of memory and the preciousness of history. For the doors and the windows, the Studio chose Mogs profiles in Architectural Bronze with a minimalist design, in an elegant glossy golden finish, which assure that comfort and that sense of warmth and well-being that is necessary for a living space.
Made with skilful craftsmanship by La Bottega del Fabbro di Como, the bronze windows were entirely financed by the show room Officine Milano.
"The polished brass windows and doors - and the bathrooms taken from a single block of marble - want to bring back a sense of good bourgeoisie, of well-being", says Arch. Locatelli.
"You can have hundred percent ecological homes, new housing realities that can even come from the ashes of the existing eco-monsters. To be pulverized and mixed with the nuances of the local land, in the mixture of new houses of the future".
Designer: Massimiliano Locatelli, CLS Architetti
Photo: Luca Rotondo
Mogs design solutions are shown both at Archiproducts Milano, the hub in Via Tortona where architects and designers meet, and in the show room Mogs Officine Milano, via De Sanctis 30
Detailed and up-to-date, the new catalogues by Mogs present our vision and our products from a 360-degree view: a true reference point both for architects and for locksmiths.
Mogs will be at Arkeda 2017, which will take place in Naples at the Mostra d’Oltremare from December 1 until December 3. We will be at the stand 619.