Location: Bosaro – Rovigo, Italy
Material: Stone, wood & glass
Completion date: 2016
Site area: 1600m2
Architect: Emanuele Ferrarese
Landscape: pampa studio
Photographer : Gionata Carcioffi
Manufacturers: Baraldo Costruzioni, Lesko, Bozza&Cervellin
Text provided by the architect:
A young couple with three sons. In the flat Polesine’s countryside, the villa is designed around an “open air room”. Composed as a traditional pitched roof volume enclosing a cool modern soul.
A glass walk looks on the patio with a little swimming pool, opening to the living spaces, while a second floor stands on Veneto’s stone linear walls, containing bedrooms with a view from above on the patio.
Green beds screen indiscreet eyes and reveal the access through an angled path to the entrance with a glass mezzanine, where a staircase climbs between shadows and sloping walls.
Minimal style and very high quality stuff; stone, wood and glass envelop the rooms in a smart total white.