Camplus Torino Regio Parco is a residence dedicated to both students and young workers and part of an important redevelopment project commissioned by the Municipality, surrounded by parks, museum foundations, architecture and design studios and art galleries. Among these, the “Lavazza” center with its Museum, the headquarters of the IAAD and the Fitzcarraldo Foundation.
The building is characterized by its large industrial-style windows and large sharing spaces. It is spread over three floors with the ground floor dedicated to amenities and common areas for guests including a shared kitchen, study rooms, recreation rooms, a conference room, several meeting rooms, laundry, gym and padel court. On the upper floors there are single or double rooms with private bathroom, some of which are organized as apartments with shared living room and kitchenette.
In addition to accommodation, the residence also includes ancillary services in the rent, including cleaning, linen change, maintenance, reception and night custody.