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Richard Meier & Partners Architects | Jesolo Lido Condominium

Architecture © Richard Meier & Partners Architects

The Jesolo Lido Project will be a landmark beachfront destination intended to draw guests to its residential and hotel components.  The project is being completed in three phases.

Phase 1 is The Jesolo Lido Village, a three-story condominium complex completed in 2007. The low-rise, residential Village consists of two parts: a long bar building containing 23 apartments with retail on ground floor, facing a plaza that serves as the “heart” of the intervention, and houses arranged along either side of a swimming pool and park space.

Phase 2 is a 10-story seafront condominium currently under construction and scheduled to be completed in 2011. It consists of 69 apartments and is topped by 5 two-storey penthouse units with private terraces and pools. The project has been designed as a light and airy building with open staircases and shaded terraces on all elevations with extensive views of the beach and the Mediterranean Sea. A private spa and outdoor pools in a secluded garden on the ground floor complement the exclusive ambiance of the project.

Phase 3 consists of a hotel property with rooms and elaborate wellness facilities with access to pools on the ground floor and a direct connection to the beach. The project is currently in design development phase.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 

 

 

 

Location: Jesolo Lido, Italy
Architect: Richard Meier & Partners Architects
Project Year: 2003 – 2013
Photographer: Guido Ranieri Da Re courtesy of Richard Meier & Partners Architects
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