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post updated 13 July 2022

Architecture in Sardinia

Contemporary Architecture in Sardinia, Italy

Sardinia Architecture Designs – chronological list

Cagliari Masterplan

Exosteel Mother Nature

Inhabitable Sculptures Is Molas Resort

Nuragic Cagliari Museum


CalaCuncheddi Hotel Sardinia

Villa Sardegna in Sardinia, Italy

Villa G01, Sardinia

Villacidro Civic Centre in Sardinia

Location: Sardinia, Italy, southern Europe

More Sardinian architectural developments are welcome on e-architect.

Architecture in Italy

Italian Architecture

Rome Buildings

Inhabitable Sculptures at Sardinia Golf Resort villa designed by Massimiliano and Doriana Fuksas, Italy:
Villa Nea at Is Molas Resort, Sardinia
image courtesy of architects office

Nuragic and Contemporary Art exhibition spaces, a library, a congress hall, offices and retail space, designed by Zaha Hadid Architects, UK:
Nuragic Museum Sardinia design by Zaha Hadid architect
image courtesy of architects office

Sardinian Masterplan in Cagliari, designed by OMA, The Netherlands:
Cagliari Masterplan, Saint’Elia Buildings, Sardinia
picture from architecture office

CalaCuncheddi Hotel interior designed by Molteni&Co
CalaCuncheddi Hotel Sardinia
CalaCuncheddi Hotel Sardinia Developments
photo : Antonio Saba

Sardinia (Italian: Sardegna, Sardinian: Sardìgna/Sardìnnia) is the second largest island in the Mediterranean Sea (after Sicily and before Cyprus) and an autonomous region of Italy. It is located in the Western Mediterranean, to the immediate south of the French island of Corsica.

Megalithic building structures called nuraghes are scattered in great numbers throughout Sardinia. Su Nuraxi di Barumini is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

The island is the only autonomous region where its special Statute uses the term popolo (distinct people) to describe its inhabitants. While this formula applies even to Veneto, which unlike Sardinia is an ordinary region within the Italian Republic, the Sardinian Statute is adopted with a constitutional law. In both cases, this term does not imply any legal difference between Sardinians and the other Italian citizens.

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