Calzavara: from traditional carpentry to integrated tower and software design

The Italian firm shares its path towards software, harmonised structure and beyond

Read this article to learn:

  • Calzavara’s expanded footprint and enhanced catalogue of products
  • Beyond towers: when sites integrate and communicate with cities
  • What is new in harmonised urban furniture
  • Some of Calzavara’s latest international projects

Italian firm Calzavara first spoke with TowerXchange following their success at the Milan Expo 2015 and discussed with us the evolution of concealed towers from artificial trees to their then futuristic Mosaictower. In this interview, we take a look at what two years of innovation brought to the company’s catalogue of solutions and its enhanced…

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