The project "Mondrian" condominium architects Petranzan Margherita and Giuseppe Bovo -inserted in an urban recovery plan- includes two square-based buildings connected by a portico, with commercial-executive spaces on the ground floor and residential on the first and second floors. The surrounding area was organized by providing greenery, parking, public pedestrian paths with arcades and not. In the elevation, structures and curtain walls can be seen by chromatic difference, in addition to the light-shadow variation that is combined with a variation of the full-empty rhythm.
The buildings, high workmanship and technological level, offering a differentiated proposal of commercial units at ground floor and residential on the upper floors.
Externally are characterized by continuous balconies that develop in the tape along the entire length of the edges, except for those positioned on the recesses in the bottom of which are placed the inputs.
Along these balconies was made a counter-lightweight - almost a second skin - of colored panels and spaced apart from each other, in continuous dialogue with the rhythm of the backwaters openings of the compartments housing. This allowed a geometric pattern and a cosmetic change that organize the predictability outside with a strong identity linked to different and not random position of the panels. Moreover, the choice of the three primary colors - red, yellow and blue - color of the indications of the masters of the Modern Movement, particularly Le Corbusier, and the new avant-garde painting of the period - the Dutchman Piet Mondrian - taking the simplicity of lines and the chromaticism of the basic colors as essential elements of a compositional system for every artistic production.