The project was made possible thanks to the sinergy among 3 differents Companies:
The historical Society of Mutual Aid, which donate the building area with the aim to renovate its ancient tradition of service to its community
The no-profit foundation Fondazione La Pelucca Onlus, which sphere of activity is the management of facilities and services for seniors on its area, that was the beneficiary of the donation and the promoter of the whole project
The Uniabita Cooperative, who accepted the challenge and builded this multi-purposes building, partly private, with 4 storey of apartments and 2 storey of garage, and partly to public service with a outpatients clinic and a museum of the Society of Mutual Aid on groundfloor, and 7 sheltered small apartments for seniors on first floor. With regard to the energy performance the building is certified on class A, with centralized heathing system supplied by district heating, with own management of each apartment. The building is also equipped with a photovoltaic system. The design of the structure is simple but not banal, well inserted in its environment, modern and coherent with the new way of live.