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Venaria Reale Royal Palace

Turin, Italy

17 November 2017 2021-06-20 References 0 comment
TCF air-handling units for the ventilation of the magnificent historical palace, opened to the general public after a long restauration.

The Royal Palace of Venaria is probably the hugest Savoy residence in Piedmont. The set of buildings that make up the complex, a huge one when considering the extension (80,000 m² of walkable areas), includes the park and the historic village of Venaria since workers and ordinary citizens, who wanted to live in the surroundings of the Palace, joined their houses and palaces, up to making Venaria Reale an independent municipality in the province of Turin. In 1998 the massive restoration works began, thanks to national and European funds, concerning an area of ​​250,000 m² of buildings and 800,000 m² of surrounding wasteland turned into gardens, following the original plans. The opening of the complex was held on October 13, 2007.

For the ventilation of the areas destined to the visitors and the employees, a large number of TCF air-handling units of the AZ series has been manufactured, custom-made to fit the forcibly limited spaces but, at the same time, guaranteeing the performances requested by the designer and client.

At Venaria Reale a real TCF state-of-the-art job!

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