On the outskirts of Bergamo, where the city opens to the east, between the Seriana Valley and Lake Iseo, the Cavallina Valley, stands Trescore Balneario. A place steeped in history, with Roman baths and frescoes by Lorenzo Lotto from 1524 preserved in the Suardi Oratory, dedicated to Santa Barbara and Santa Brigida. A place, indeed "the" place of Enzo Nembrini. It is here that he was born and grew up and it is here that, after his studies and important professional experiences abroad, he decided to return, establishing residence and headquarters of the company. The place of work, therefore, of professional activities, of relationships with men, with objects and ideas, where everything takes shape. Curious and always lover of research and study of materials, but also of architecture, art and design, when Enzo Nembrini, entrepreneur, chose this as his place, he immediately thought of a welcoming space, "happy"in which the arts could live together and dialogue. And so it was. Here, where architecture blends with the landscape, Ecoedile Srl is based. Present in Italy and abroad for over twenty years, is a specialist in brick and cement, from restoration to new construction to large works is able to manage every phase of a building project, from planning to its completion. Thanks to a team with extensive knowledge of both modern and more traditional construction techniques, he works every day to ensure that quality and new technologies are always at a better level of precision and reliability, using ecological and sustainable materials. Efficient construction also from an energy point of view allows us to live better as well as to combat climate change allowing future generations to live in a better world.

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