An interesting urban restoration of an abandoned area – designed by Landscape Architect Massimo Semola - gave rise to the Boroli garden in Novara. It is an innovative experience of collaboration between public and private that also involved residents through a participatory path curated by the specialized company KCity. Calzolari supplied a series of reconstructed stone furnishing units (tables and benches) installed with the aim of creating aggregation areas equipped with durable products that do not require maintenance.

URBAN REGENERATION: THE BOROLI GARDEN IN NOVARA

An interesting urban restoration of an abandoned area – designed by Landscape Architect Massimo Semola - gave rise to the Boroli garden in Novara.

It is an innovative experience of collaboration between public and private that also involved residents through a participatory path curated by the specialized company KCity.

Calzolari supplied a series of reconstructed stone furnishing units (tables and benches) installed with the aim of creating aggregation areas equipped with durable products that do not require maintenance.

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