The Corderia complex, a new way of living
The Corderia complex, an extensive urban regeneration project in Rimini, allows people to find a living dimension suited to their own needs. Located very close to the sea, it is a pleasant haven for retreating into tranquil, modern and, most importantly, secure environments.
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The project proposes various living solutions inserted in 4/5-storey blocks or detached houses. The buildings have a regular plan and each apartment has an internal terrace that can be inhabited year-round, plus a garage and a basement.
' The Residence Viserba project revolves around sustainability and security. We are building homes for living outdoors. The apartments have an extra room: an 18 m² open-air terrace onto which the rooms of the home open. The residence is immersed in the park and will be entirely independent from the outside '
Focus on the details
CLOSE-UP ON THE PROJECT
When a park becomes the key to comfortable living. Immersed in nature, people can manage their time at their own pace. They can take a walk, jog or work remotely while the children play, all within a totally secure environment at home.
The living facilities are made of environmentally sustainable materials and with an eye to the future; the premium raw materials and finishes are manufactured in a totally eco-friendly way. All the homes are harmoniously inserted in the surrounding environment, creating a mild and pleasant visual impact: the ideal place in which to live.
Blocks with 4 or 5 storeys or townhouses: building work starts
Work at the former Corderia complex in Viserba has begun: the third block, already authorised, is being built
The history of the Corderia in Viserba
FROM THE OLD MILL TO THE YARN AND ROPE FACTORY
The Corderia rope factory opened in 1870, with the official registration of the hemp spinning plant in Viserba. After two years, in 1872, the plant was sold to the Trieste-based company Antonio Tozzi e Soci. Then on 10 January 1899, the railway section passing though Viserba was finally inaugurated. Along with the plant, in those years a thriving tourist industry was dawning, which would turn Viserba – with its gracious little villas cropping up – into a destination for the elite bourgeoisie. The “Regina delle Acque” (The Queen of the Sea) was taking shape.