1.618 offers architectural solutions in the field of excellence. People requiring the services of 1.618 are discerning, lovers of beautiful objects and details but, above all, looking for unique and creative solutions.
The Architecture division develops a broad and complete offer for clients: preliminary, final and executive architectural planning and design, building technology, interior and industrial design, lighting technology systems, renovation and restoration.
Latest generation LED lighting, porcelain stoneware tiled floors and stone cladding for the building are an example of how to harmoniously combine technology with carefully selected refined materials.
Architectural and environmental refurbishment of a villa transformed into company headquarters. The pool, cladded with 180 sq. m of porcelain stoneware tiles with a special metallic finish evoking tactile wood-like textures, is a highly attractive stretch of seawater, essential for making corporate events attractive.
The strategic project and the layout of interiors involve new activities and new use of spaces. Tenuta | Borgo SanPaolo was refurbished by combining technological innovation with tradition, highlighting prestigious design and creative expression.
Design and implementation of the hall and lobby area of a hotel on the outskirts of Rome.
Residences planned and designed for business and seasonal stays for top clients.
Selection of luxury supplies, meticulously planned furnishing accessories, with technologies and building automation systems for integration with the architecture.
The project has been designed with great attention to details to amaze with its fine materials, unique luxury furniture and latest generation high-performance technology.
A project aimed at developing the interior architecture of a wellness area.
Planning, design and implementation of a liturgical hypogeum. The central room and apse of the Crypt are dedicated to Don Antonio Seghezzi. The focal point of the religious ceremony leads to the remains of the Servant of God, the altar and the Tabernacle.
Inside the crypt, a path leads to the apse area. It starts at the spiral staircase, providing access to the lower floor.
Underground religious architecture. Visitor flows are controlled thanks to side naves featuring rune stone cladding, elements that invite the faithful to follow a spiritual path that leads to the apse.
The mosaic is housed in a niche and made of pre-coloured tesseras on a freestanding support.
Along this architectural path, the lighting and materials used ensure a timely processional pace.
The largest Photovoltaic system, in terms of power, implemented along the Rome ring road. Certified for renewable energy supply and for the production of energy from renewable sources.
The installation, comprising 6,468 modules, made using polycrystalline silicon technology, produces a total power output of 1,750 kWp (kilowatt peak).
An industrial design object made from a single piece of steel, comprising 60 latest generation LED diodes.
Installation of latest generation LED step-markers and light points along an illuminated path that accompanies visitors inside the hotel.
Design of lighting technology for the interior of a residential complex with a special focus on the installation of LED step-marker elements.
Installation of innovative design LED bollards with maximum durability and lighting efficiency to illuminate and decorate the entire store.
A new look for the fully electric Renault car, a Limited Edition of 7 unique examples.
Creation of leather upholstery and two-tone bodywork.
Design and development of automated elements for the Renault Twizy car.
Ginevra, the LED floor lamp designed and created to achieve significant energy savings and a durability of over 80,000 hours. The design includes an exclusive tapered structure entirely made of steel.
Thanks to the fine materials used, this project highlights each individual compositional and volumetric-spatial element, contextualized in the natural space of the Castelli Romani Park.
Installation of a kitchen with furniture, featuring steel inserts, glass and stone. The project involves technology, systems engineering and lighting technology.
A project with great aesthetic appeal integrates with the surrounding natural context, providing completely original solutions for this type of housing.
Diagram of a project for an anteroom to a bathroom in one of the apartments in Palazzo Borghese, Rome.
Proposed final graphics for the layout of spaces and positioning of furniture at Palazzo Borghese, Rome.