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Maestro Bioclimatic pergola: one pergola, multiple identities

Maestro Bioclimatic pergola: one pergola, multiple identities
Bioclimatic blade-system roof pergolas are unique structures designed to allow the microclimate to be controlled through heat exchange with the surrounding environment.

To make the best use of natural elements during the design process, it is essential to consider certain factors that are vital to the success of a project, especially when designing an outdoor space. Here, the most important factor to consider is the position of the structure in relation to sunlight, so that it can be adapted to seasonal changes. In winter, for example, it’s vital to have as much sunlight as possible, while in summer, shade and ventilation within the structure are essential.
Another key factor is being able to control air flow and light at various times of the day: bioclimatic pergolas offer this possibility with their sunshade blades that can be rotated using a remote control or, in some cases, manually. The rotation of the blades creates an environment that is particularly comfortable throughout the year, because by changing their inclination you can control the sunlight and degree of natural ventilation in the environment below, thereby adjusting the temperature.
Built in aluminium, Corradi's bladed roof pergolas are a perfect example of customisation and versatility, with design and innovation coming together in an elegant combination of functionality and aesthetics.
 

Maestro

The bioclimatic pergola with adjustable blades and its innovative and versatile spirit can be found nestled amongst the evergreens at the Corradi Maestro house. Its numerous configuration options offer a host of choices for anyone who wants to enjoy their outdoor space in unmistakable style.
 
It is also perfect for covering large areas as several modules can be combined and the Maestro is available in both free-standing and wall-mounted versions. Maestro allows multiple pergolas to be combined without using pillars, thus resulting in a unique linear and simple cover design.

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All the bioclimatic pergolas feature adjustable blades, allowing for the best possible management of external light, ventilation and so the temperature of the space below. To create the perfect environment, it is possible to adjust the Maestro’s blades by up to 140° and choose the opening direction. Thanks to its remote-control operation system, rotating the cover is easy and fast, as well as extremely quiet. Silent and hidden from view, the motor is perfectly integrated into the pergola design and does not distract from its clean and simple lines.

Relaxation and simplicity
 

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An example of great visual as well as architectural impact, at this multi-storey villa located in the heart of Carpi, architect Gian Luca Montanari chose the striking and elegant design of Maestro. The studied proportions are balanced and designed to fit with the lines, materials and colours of the overall facility, within which the wall-mounted version of the Maestro acts as an elegant link between the interior and exterior of the villa.
The sunken LED lights in the perimeter of the structure, as well as in the cover, create an enchanting atmosphere to make full use of the outdoor space even after dark.

 
Tradition and innovation
 

An example of great visual as well as architectural impact, at this multi-storey villa located in the heart of Carpi, architect Gian Luca Montanari chose the striking and elegant design of Maestro. The studied proportions are balanced and designed to fit with the lines, materials and colours of the overall facility, within which the wall-mounted version of the Maestro acts as an elegant link between the interior and exterior of the villa.
The sunken LED lights in the perimeter of the structure, as well as in the cover, create an enchanting atmosphere to make full use of the outdoor space even after dark.

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Showcasing original architecture is one of Maestro's strengths, best exemplified in projects where architectural identity comes first. Modernity and comfort coexist in perfect harmony in the farmhouse created by Architect Luigi Del Sordo (Atelier LDS). A facility surrounded by greenery and enveloped in an atmosphere of times gone by.

The Hotel & Restaurant Villa Sant’Angelo was designed to offer an accommodation experience rooted in local tradition and the natural landscape, as well as a relaxing and friendly atmosphere, and the Maestro Pergotenda® was chosen to be a discreet centrepiece of its outdoor space.


 

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