The project start with a study of the morphology of the triangular site. Enclosed on the south with the bank of a canal and open to the north to the shores of the Adige river, the site is characterized by a significant difference of level. The two houses are separated and oriented in an optimal way to enjoy the view but to guarantee the privacy. At each level the open spaces dialog with the natural environment, so the basement is dug in the ground to allow light to illuminate the entire space and the first floor offer a large panoramic windows open towards the river, while some covered terraces are extended to the south of the verdant hill.
Kind of intervention: Proposal of new building
Project design date: 2010
Location: Bussolengo, Verona
Architects: arch. Saverio Antonini, arch. Dalila Mantovani
Net internal area: 336 mq