These monochromatic constructions were designed by Pedevilla Architects, known for the simplicity and intelligence in their designs, linking the interior of the fire stations with their exterior and surroundings.

Monochromatic firestations by Pedevilla Architects

COLOURFUL CONSTRUCTIONS

The mustard-yellow building is casting a golden glow across the mountains of Vierschach in South Tyrol, Italy. The rose-tinted construction is located in Northern Italy, where it warms the snowy landscape of Taufers. The rose hue is intended as a twist on the fire station’s traditional blazing red colouring, and a spiraling staircase replaces the customary fireman’s pole.

Monochromatic firestations by Pedevilla Architects

PIGMENTED CONCRETE

All surfaces have been realised with pigmented concrete to give the building a muted yet distinct colouring, and to remark its monolithic character. As for the interiors, large windows allow maximum natural light, they are free from decoration and light wood interiors soften the monochromatic colour-schemes.

Monochromatic firestations by Pedevilla Architects
Monochromatic firestations by Pedevilla Architects
Monochromatic firestations by Pedevilla Architects
Monochromatic firestations by Pedevilla Architects - iVisual