Chalet La Pedevilla Residence, Tyrol

Chalet La Pedevilla Residence Tyrol, Italian Building, Enneberg Property

Chalet La Pedevilla Residence, Tyrol

Enneberg Building in Northern Italy – design by Pedevilla Architects

9 May 2016

Chalet La Pedevilla Residence Tyrol

Location: Tyrol, northern Italy

Design: Pedevilla Architects

Chalet La Pedevilla Residence in Tyrol

Chalet La Pedevilla

Residence & Chalet

Hamlets, also called viles in the regional dialect, are small urban settlements, a unique cultural & architectural tradition which evolved throughout the centuries. Most farms in this hamlet appear to be a pair style type, consisting of a tenement and a farm house. In this respect the two new buildings make no exception. Regional characteristics, like the gable roof, loggias and the common timber facade were incorporated into the design, yet portrayed deliberately in a independent rendition.

Chalet La Pedevilla Residence

The buildings are unique in themselves. The whole structural element, which reaches from the base to the roof, was cast in exposed conctrete with aggregates of dolomite rock. Applied types of timber, mainly larch and pine, are of regional origin. The outer timber shell with its inbound loggias has been kept consistently in black, a convincing counterpart to the interior, where white concrete walls and ceilings are complementing natural & hand-hewn solid timber flooring, windows, and furniture.

Chalet La Pedevilla Residence

The buildings are self contained, which means that they can operate inependently over a long period of time. This charasteristic can be found in all of the hamlets in this region, and was therefore taken as role model. The site has not only its own water source, the buildings even ensure their energetic independency by taking advantage in the usage of geothermal and solar energy.

Chalet La Pedevilla Residence

Duration: 04.2012 – 02.2013 Location: Enneberg, South Tyrol, Italy

Exterior Outer shell is black painted wood facade (regional larch wood) Isolation method is bound mineral wool (stone wool) Structure is reinforced concrete (exposed white concete with aggregates of dolomite rock & sand) Interior Surfaces are exposed white concrete (exposed white concete with aggregates of dolomite rock & sand) or Hand-hewn Stone Pine for all wooden floors, windows & doors

Chalet La Pedevilla Residence

Residence building: 13 by 10 Meters (ground layout) Chalet building: 9 by 9 Meters (ground layout) Residence building net.area: 200m2 Chalet building net.area: 150m2 Volume above ground: 890m3 Volume under ground: 620m3

Dolomites, Mountain, Chalet, Residence, White Concrete, Black Fassade, Pedevilla, Design, Architecture

Sustainable and regional Materials, Kitchen is the center of the house, Self-Sufficient building technology, compact outer shell, reduction on a minimum of materials, all regional materials, refining craftmanship, high-standard architectur, traditional role models, refine social and ecological life, regarding historical, traditional and regional background

Hardest part at the research phase was to generate a unique design quality. The pair type house of the hamlet was taken as role model, the whole layout design had to be aligned to it. Therefore the idol of the farm was refined into a modern residence, while the stable became the chalet. Hardest part at the construction phase was to generate a unique material quality. The complete interior walls and ceilings are of exposed concrete quality, all fixtures were attached before the moulding process.

Chalet La Pedevilla Residence

Pedevilla Architects – Dr. Arch. Armin Pedevilla, Dr. Arch Alexander Pedevilla ; Co-Author is Arch. Caroline Willeit

Copyright by Pedevilla Architects / Photography by Gustav Willeit

Pedevilla Architects

The project was made for a private client, whereas Pedevilla Architects are commissioned to promote the design and architecture.

Winner- Chalet La Pedevilla Residence & Chalet by Pedevilla Architects is Winner in Architecture, Building and Structure Design Category, 2015-16.

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