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Originally a summer camp for children in the 50'ies the building was built with local materials and traditional techniques and later undertook me… Read More
Originally a summer camp for children in the 50'ies the building was built with local materials and traditional techniques and later undertook mediocre modern re-style. With this new intervention the choice was to bring it back to it's original look in local stone and maintain a rigorous abstact logic for every construction detail. For the new added volume an open modern language was adopted, though "softened" with the use of larch as a predominant construction material. The interiors are built keeping as main requirement, ospitality and peace, giving a particular importance to the combination of traditional and design furniture as suggested by the clients. Read Less
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La Lucciola
Holiday home, Rota Imagna (I), 2000
 
Originally a summer camp for children in the 50'ies the building was built with local materials and traditional techniques and later undertook mediocre modern re-style. With this new intervention the choice was to bring it back to it's original look in local stone and maintain a rigorous abstact logic for every construction detail.
For the new added volume an open modern language was adopted, though "softened" with the use of larch as a predominant construction material.
The interiors are built keeping as main requirement, ospitality and peace, giving a particular importance to the combination of traditional and design furniture as suggested by the clients.