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We’ve selected what we feel are the key examples of Italian Houses. We aim to include properties that are either of top quality or interesting, or ideally both.

We cover completed Italian Properties, new building designs, architectural exhibitions and architecture competitions across Italy. The focus is on contemporary buildings but information on traditional buildings is also welcome.

Italian House – Latest Designs

Residences in Italy, chronological:

House in Montesardo, Lecce, Puglia, southern Italy – 7 Nov 2013
Design: Studio Ricciardi Architetti
South Italian House
photo : Mario Ricciardi

Restoration of an Italian house. There is a small barrel vaulted entrance hall, a laundry, a small toilette, a kitchen and living-dining. The kitchen, completely transformed, is now the “connecting hub” between entrance hall and living: a light glass and stained steel structure puts in constant dialogue indoor and outdoor, antique and modern. The living-dining, which was the old stable, is still a simple open space, but has now all modern comforts and a built-in bench with a handcrafted colored patchwork of pillows (that can be used as a guests’ bed, if needed), designed by our to valorize the existing spaces, making them more functional to the modern living use.

House in Miglionico, Basilicata, Lucania, south of Italy- 16 Aug 2013
Design: OSA Architettura E Paesaggio
House in Miglionico Italy
photo : Massimo Acito

The strict geometries of the plant give rise to warm, inner domestic spaces; the volumes of services (bathrooms, storerooms, kitchen, laundry)define the rooms of the house that are arranged in succession along a linear path. All rooms enjoy a panoramic view over the lake below. The distribution spaces are articulated in the rear area, mediating the relationship with the courtyards. Wide windows frame the landscape alternating with blind walls.

House in Bozen, North Italy
Design: monovolume architecture+design
House in Northern Italy
photo © M&H Photostudio

House in Northern Italy – 19 May 2013
The project M2 at Bozen-Moritzing is a Klimahouse A which hosts two accommodations on separate floors. Because of his punctuated facade in the north and the east it seems closed to the access road. The plastered basement serves as pedestal for the smaller upper floor, which is covered by cladding sheets. To the garden – towards the south and the west – the house opens because of a generous glass façade.

House in Meran, North Italy
Design: monovolume architecture+design
House in Meran
photo © M&H Photostudio

House in Meran – 19 May 2013
The project M, a residential building in the centre of Meran, is embedded in the quiet area of Obermais. The concept of the design was it to play with transparent and solid surfaces what fallows fascinating insights and outlooks. The interior melts together with the outside space. The terrain flows through the building and finds his renewal in the pool- and meadow area. Because of a refined external design and the arrangement of the pool, lawn, garden and house the whole concept seems like a unity with seamless transition.

Casa Paeco, Castel Di Lama, eastern Italy
Design: Studio Emanuele Scaramucci
Paeco House Italy
photo : Gabriele Viviani

Casa Castel Di Lama – 16 Apr 2013
The building evokes some of the characteristics elements of the Marche architecture, especially through the use of materials such as brick, typical of rural constructions. Two large and full shapes, white, clear, mediterranean, are resting on an “empty built” (the glass base) placed in the middle of a hortus conclusus (element dear to the Ascoli’s tradition).

Ceno House, Brindisi, south east Italy
Design: Daniele Corsaro
Brindisi House
photo : Dario Mialet

House in Brindisi – 12 Apr 2013
Casa Ceno is a single-family house (300sq/mts) designed in a strict relationship with the surrounding environment and an almost obsessive research not to alter the landscape. In the present case this is done breaking it into three homes. On the one hand there is a building for sleeping area and on the other there are two: one for the living room/dining area and a dependance.

House in Mathi, Turin, northern Italy
Mathi Building
photograph : Beppe Giardino

House in Mathi – 2 Apr 2012
The client decides to leave his nice apartment downtown Torino to move his family to his hometown, restoring a big shed, little more than a roof in ruins, adjacent to the little house he restored with his wife in the years after their wedding. It is a long-time dream, for which he is eager to invest most of his resources.

Italian Villa – Recent Designs

Casa a Morchiuso, Como, northern Italy
Casa Morchiuso
photograph : Filippo Simonetti – Brunate
Casa a Morchiuso – 30 Mar
Private family home for the architect and his wife.

Villa Gardone, Gardone Riviera, Lake Garda, Brescia, Lombardy, northwest Italy
Richard Meier & Partners
Gardone Residence
picture Courtesy Richard Meier and Partners

Villa Gardone
Villa Gardone is part of a villa ensemble in Gardone Riviera, Italy. The project is located approximately 300 meters from Lake Garda. The residence sits on an east facing slope opening south towards the lake, and offering unique views of the water, the city center and the surrounding areas.

Italian Residences

Key Italian Properties, alphabetical:

Casa del Masso, Como, north Italy
Marco Castelletti architetto
Lake Como house
photograph : Filippo Simonetti – Brunate

Lake Como house

Villa ad Alzate, Como, Italy
Marco Castelletti architetto
Villa ad Alzate
photo : Filippo Simonetti – Brunate

Villa ad Alzate

Villa con piscina, Como, Italy
Marco Castelletti architetto
Como villa
photo : Filippo Simonetti – Brunate

Como villa

Villa Menaggio, Como, Italy
Studio Alhadeff
Lake Como Property
photo from architect

Villa Menaggio

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