Modern And Contemporary Art Museum
Institutional & Public Buildings
To build an institutional seat as well as the official residence of a chief of state of a sovereign nation means devoting particular care to security, quality of finishing and materials, without ever forgetting the institutional purposes of the building: elegance, celebration, representation. Having executed countless prestigious projects in this field, Rizzani de Eccher has built a reputation for a reliable and experienced builder of institutional and public edifices.
The Palace of Nations in Dushanbe is the seat of the President of Tajikistan; the Friuli Venezia Giulia Regional Government building is an “intelligent” structure with last-generation MEP equipment.
The Ismaili Centre, donated by the Aga Khan Foundation to the Ismaili community in Tajikistan, includes a madrasah, a function hall and a 1000-people capacity mosque. Because of its red-brick finishing with religious inscriptions, the Ismaili Centre evokes the architectural styles of Central Asia. The modern design and the sophisticated MEP equipment are perfectly integrated with tradition. The Great Mosque in Abu Dhabi features a dome with a diameter of over 30 m, reaching an 85 m height. 1096 external columns, towering minarets, white marbles, gem-encrusted and gold-plated decorations doubtlessly make this one of the most imposing mosques in the world.