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Picture House / Barilari Architteti

  • 01:00 - 13 December, 2010
Picture House / Barilari Architteti
Picture House / Barilari Architteti, © Fabio Barilari
© Fabio Barilari

© Fabio Barilari © Fabio Barilari © Fabio Barilari © Fabio Barilari +47

From the architect. On the outside, the house camouflages, speaks the language of the surrounding world, made of rural tradition and natural colours.

The inside becomes abstract. The outside tradition filters inside just like paintings on the walls. Every function point has a painting to observe.

© Fabio Barilari
© Fabio Barilari

The staircase offers an internal articulate movement which is an invitation to discovery and experimenting. It is an extension of the living room, a place to sit, to climb, to expose.

The staircase has small and big steps, it has sittings and ramps. A chaise long for two, to admire the surrounding beauty.  The windows attract the landscape; they frame it and project it in the inside.

© Fabio Barilari
© Fabio Barilari

The staircase carries on the outside terrace, creating a sense of continuity between inside and outside, between ground floor, mezzanine and first floor; the same material is used for stairs, sitting, terrace and internal floor.

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Sohbet · July 31, 2012

Payla?imlariniz çok güzel tebrik ediyorum vaktim oldugu sürece sitenizi takip ediyorum. Gerek güncel konulari ile gerek özgünlügü ile tebrikler cidden ba?arilar dilerim.

film izle izle · November 28, 2011

te?ekkürler elinize sa?l?k

cwallarchitect · January 11, 2011

http://www.archdaily.com/95153...

The Picture House by Barilari.
One fine day I&#39ll crop a view like that!

Nicholas Patten · December 27, 2010

Picture House. http://bit.ly/gRatO1

SMBW Architects · December 16, 2010

Agreed. RT @bluevertical: Picture House by Barilari Architteti http://bit.ly/g1ymym #architecture #interiordesign *interesting fenestration

bluevertical · December 16, 2010

Picture House by Barilari Architteti http://bit.ly/g1ymym #architecture #interiordesign *interesting fenestration

jdcarling · December 15, 2010

I love the exterior....

Interior stair is very odd for me, but it could be the pictures...

How does the roof drain? The photos seem to show a 1-2" parapet at the roof's low edge

Michael Baugus · December 15, 2010

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laf-u güzaf · December 15, 2010

geleneksel bir malzemenin yorumlan???na... can?m venedk tüzü?ü http://www.archdaily.com/95153...

Free Photo · December 14, 2010

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up_today_arch · December 14, 2010

The composition of windows is attractive.... regarding to planning... it's they-own house... when they want set down there, they can set down...

Scott Crawford · December 14, 2010

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adam crain · December 14, 2010

The most detailed window placement planning I&#39ve ever seen. wow. http://t.co/cbq6Ds4

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Erik Joya · December 14, 2010

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Adam · December 14, 2010

This stair is very poorly conceived, and poorly detailed for an element that commands so much attention and takes up so much space. I almost can't believe that the bottom tread of the top run of stairs is to be utilized as a a kind of landing to be traversed longitudinally. Is it really necessary to have a secondary stair leading to the mezzanine that can be reached via the bridge connecting it to the bedroom block? I'm also not convinced that anyone would want to snuggle up on the bent plywood seating area that cuts through the stair treads and look out the font door. It is almost criminal how much space in this house is given up to circulation while marginalizing to the extreme actual living spaces.
The building envelope is kinda novel but some of this effort should have been given to planning.

evandael · December 14, 2010

totally appreciate the design development process. it reminds me of a studio project.. nice to see those methods work in the real world!

the traditional house form punctured by these abstracted windows (which, with their deep inset and black mullions totally fit with the mediterranean vernacular) is fantastic. not pretty, but certainly eye catching. and the views!

the interior, too. the vertical circulation as gathering place and the wood flooring being carried continously throughout the house.. excellent touches

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