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Neighbourhood markets represent a piece of the history of Italian cities, and despite periodic crises and reorganisations, they maintain unaltered the charm that distinguishes them. At the heart of the cities and dear to the citizens, these markets continue to be major reference points. Rich in history, culture, and, above all, economic interests they also represent an opening towards future renewal.

The beauty of these places can be linked to many factors of a purely historical character, thanks to events that took place there or perhaps to architectonic and cultural factors. But a determining aspect is the powerful and tough soul represented by the people, the population who animate them and bring them to life. Visiting a neighbourhood market means entering into contact with a wealth of sensations, experiences and traditions that few other places are able to offer. It is sufficient to think of the “VUCCIARIA” market in Palermo.

In this field the effort of councils and technical offices is aimed at renovating and restructuring neighbourhood markets to make these structures more competitive and increase their level of quality. This effort is aimed at bringing them into line with the law from a structural point of view as well as regards their location, since they often no longer satisfy current requirements of urban planning and hygiene-health norms.

Asteco Industria, a name that is known worldwide, has always worked alongside councils in the urban redevelopment of neighbourhood markets. The planning effort tends to create products that are durable, highly efficient and low cost to maintain, as well as being highly versatile and reversible to adapt the structures to the material needs of the market. Neighbourhood markets of all sizes are capable of easily integrating with classical and modern architectures, thanks to research that is complex, articulated and attentive to environmental sustainability.

The insertion of a market in an urban space necessarily modifies the face of the city. Spaces, therefore, have to be optimised to facilitate display, reduce obstructions in relation to surface occupancy requirements, its position in the urban context and the type of goods on sale in the market.

Asteco Industria offers technical-professional assistance in the field of planning prepared by council departments. Our technical office is assigned the task of realising projects that respond with imagination and professionalism to the requirements of the operators, while aiming for innovation that is able to marry tradition and modernity.

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