Manara Valgimigli School in San Piero in Bagno


The proposal for the new school is conceived as a new meeting point for the entire local community. The project is conceived not as a monofunctional building, but as an open site that encourages interaction with the community through its spaces. The school building is designed with respect for the environment and respect for construction. The choice is to give a passive approach which combines innovative technologies that satisfy the criteria of the methods recognized by the sustainability protocols.

The Jendy Joss ModuloJJ dry infill is based on the concept of prefabrication to give a skin to the building. Insulated drywall panels create the external walls which in turn generate thermo-acoustic comfort, while the glass parts are completed with a system of curtains that shield the internal spaces from direct light if necessary and at the same time guarantee the possibility of making the classrooms darkened .

The ModuloJJ walls are designed at a full height of 9m, on the long elevations they include 4 wall holes for the positioning of the fixtures in correspondence with which the ducting for air recirculation has already been pre-installed in the factory. The removal of the scaffolding was not necessary and assembly took place in the space between the structure and the scaffolding, thus allowing subsequent work for the external finishing.

New Residential Towers


The 2 Residential Towers designed to guarantee a better quality of life with apartments completely managed by home automation systems, with radiant heating and ducted cooling, all in A4 energy class (the highest possible), with latest generation finishes, spacious and with shaded terraces.

The intervention involves the use of cutting-edge materials and technologies such as the Jendy Joss modular prefabricated solutions chosen for the thermo-acoustic performances offered, the speed of assembly without the need for scaffolding, systems that perfectly integrate with the steel load-bearing structure .

The assembly took place with construction cranes, the cladding is provided with a ventilated polycarbonate façade.

New Headquarters Pirelli35 in Porta Nuova Milan


The project by Park Associati and Snøhetta in Milan fuses architecture, landscape and two different approaches to design to create a generous, permeable and publicly accessible building that becomes a place of transit and urban mending. The design choice focuses on the hard retrofitting of the existing building and the creation of a new urban space. Through targeted interventions, the project enlarges and optimizes the aesthetic and structural qualities of the existing building, drawing on the particular architectural typologies that Milan expresses. The building is organized into three “levels”: the transparent ground floor and ninth floor provide a high degree of accessibility. Floors 1 to 8 contain the offices: an elegant and understated workplace that reflects the architectural language of the surrounding office buildings. The penthouse on the tenth floor creates an exclusive meeting point, with a splendid view of the city. The eco-sustainable aspects of the building are achieved through a series of thoughtful interventions. Low energy emission or recycled materials are used throughout the building while a large photovoltaic system powers a water-water heat pump for thermal generation.

In this context, Jendy Joss was responsible for the design and construction of the blind portions between the glass cells, with specially designed modular prefabricated systems with a “C” section for housing the external system channels.

The installation was carried out with a merlon for the lower portions and a crane for the upper parts, for approximately 500 Modulo JJ then covered with a waterproof air-water seal sheet and finishing steel sheet. The thermo-acoustic performance and speed of installation were an important plus for the chosen solution.

Teapak Factory Imola



New production plant of TeaPak, an Imola-based company that since 2001, the European headquarters for the mixing, packaging and packaging of herbal teas produced under the Yogi Tea brand, a multinational with headquarters in the United States and Germany, with a development of 12 thousand square meters divided into three areas (production, offices and plant engineering) and external areas for traffic.
The office building has external infill walls with Jendy Joss dry systems in place with technologically advanced solutions and excellent thermo-acoustic performance as well as allowing the maximum construction speed which allows the out-of-water in about 1 month. Aesthetically, aluminum sunscreen solutions and ventilated facades such as Alucobond are provided.