Thanks to the Isodomus classic panels and Isopan Isocapto, and the photovoltaic system installed by Manni Energy, now Bergamini farm has a sustainable, efficient, beautiful cellar in line with the architectural constraints of the rural area.
Not just a cellar that is functional to production, but also a welcoming winery where one can taste and buy products: this is the Bergamini Farm, located in Ca’ Nova in Colà di Lazise, near Verona, a land where unique nectars are made, such as Custoza, Bardolino, Marzemino, Cabernet Sauvignon, as well as grappa and extra virgin olive oil.
THE PROJECT, BETWEEN LANDSCAPE RESTRICTIONS AND ENERGY SAVINGS
Set up in 1904, the Bergamini Farm recently underwent major renovation work, essentially aimed at reducing thermal dissipation. The project, carried out by Isopan, the European leader in the production of metal insulating panels for commercial, industrial, zootechnical and residential buildings, allowed for 20% savings on energy costs compared to the previous structure entirely made of brickwork, whilst complying with the architectural constraints of the rural area where the building is located.
As well as using the products provided by Isopan, namely Isodomus classic for the roofing and Isocappotto for perimeter buffers, Manni Energy worked on setting up a functional photovoltaic system on the roof.
ISODOMUS CLASSIC AND ISOCAPPOT BY ISOPAN FOR THE BUILDING OF THE FUTURE
Specifically designed for civil and urban industrial construction purposes, Isodomus classic is a sandwich panel featuring a wide range of different versions, which is ideal for meeting the needs of the faux pantile roofs used in the Bergamini project. The external walls were instead covered with Isocappotto, a system made on site that allows for the use of plaster on external facades and that conveys a traditional look to the building.
SUSTAINABLE DESIGN: INSULATION THAT GOES HAND IN HAND WITH AESTHETICS
Precisely the choice of Isodomus classic allowed the farm based in Verona to retain the typical architectural structure of the rural area with a special focus on green technology, thus creating an extremely innovative cellar with a traditional feel.