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Roberto Pescarollo S r e Smart Charging System
S r e Smart Charging System is Iron Design Award winner in 2018 - 2019 Engineering and Technical Design Award Category.
S r e Smart Charging System

The project S r e - charging system for e-bikes and e-cars, aims to provide citizens, of 22 municipalities in the Province of Treviso, a free electric recharge service for e-bikes and electric cars, in order to increase the tourist attractiveness of the places. It is made by Unione Montana delle Prealpi Trevigiane, in the first 10 municipalities, with a contribution from the U.E. through the Altamarca Trevigiana Gal - Veneto Region. Innovative are: form and modularity, electro-mechanical padlock locker, remote maintenance portal with APP of system diffusion.

S r e Smart Charging System
Roberto Pescarollo S r e
Roberto Pescarollo Smart Charging System
Roberto Pescarollo design
Roberto Pescarollo design
Roberto Pescarollo

Roberto Pescarollo, Architect (Treviso,1960); after the studies in the University Institute of Architecture of Venice (IUAV) with Prof. Vittorio Gregotti (1984), he worked in Venice and in different parts of the world as Architect and Urbanist. Since 1985, part of the activity is dedicated to the preparation of temporary and permanent museum, with an experience maturated in Europe; alongwith the Industrial Design in fields of glass, eyeglass, lighting, furnishing,with a particular attention to the research of new materials and the productive process.

Rprstudio

Roberto Pescarollo Ricerche, is a multi-section coordination of professionals, able to offer their services to corporations, firms and private business. Past experience brought competence not only in architectural projects, but with interventions for park landscaping, historical-naturalistic inter-municipal itineraries and environmental requalification, industrial design. Integrated projects between public-private are developed by coordinating the research of inventors and utilizing co-finances from the European Fund. New computer methods and theories are being used as urban instruments, along with G.I.S. and diagnostic landscape maps, applying them to the rural territories, to the humid and the coastal settlements. Since 1985, part of the activity is dedicated to the preparation of temporary and permanent museum, with an experience maturated in Europe; along with the Industrial Design in fields of glass, eyeglass, lighting, furnishing, with a particular attention to the research of new materials and the productive process.