Villa N, Arezzo Residential Building, Italian Architecture
Villa N Arezzo
Italy House Development – design by Architettura Matassoni
26 Mar 2014
Arezzo House Design
Design: Architettura Matassoni
Project for a single-family residential building, currently under construction in the hills of Arezzo.
The house is built around a patio on which are opened the most important environments of the living area; the transparence of the walls allows the visual perception as an extension of interior space.
With this type of introverted organisation, classically inspired (peristilio), the house will enjoy great breathing space while ensuring the right level of privacy.
From the outside, in fact, the composition is much less receptive to the views.
It’s features a large septum folded covered with metal panels (corten steel) that protects the central court, taking on the appearance of a destructured “shell” wrap-around; this higher order structure serves as an ordering element compared to the composition.
Acting on the paths, walls, the flue, the materials, the structured garden all the elements organize the movement’s flow.
It has been worked on the consistency and on the mass of the buildings, “blurring” it to degrade in the nature to obtain an architecture able to integrate effectively with it.
Villa N Arezzo images / information from Architettura Matassoni
Villa N Arezzo House – 20 Nov 2015
TLI house Arezzo Italy – 22 Apr 2016
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