The project consisted in a full restoration of a XII century building in the center of Narni, where the local government is placed.
The process of work revealed the existence of three different archeological layers underneath the working surface. The first layer belongs to the Roman era, the second to Middle Age and the third to Renaissance.
The archeological discoveries implicated changes to the initial project, employing less invasive structural solutions with micro-pales and circular metal structures.
During the work of restoration, many elements, like closed windows and false doors belonging to the different period of building’s life, were found out.
The whole work was fulfilled by the use of natural and eco-compatible materials, in place of concrete. These replacing choices were the result of a long technical resource carried on by Krea’s technicians about materials, frames and their applications.