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Alpine Foothills House / deamicisarchitetti

  • 01:00 - 16 November, 2014
Alpine Foothills House / deamicisarchitetti
Alpine Foothills House / deamicisarchitetti, Courtesy of Deamicisarchitetti
Courtesy of Deamicisarchitetti

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Alpine Foothills House / deamicisarchitetti, Courtesy of Deamicisarchitetti
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Text description provided by the architects. The intervention takes place on what can be considered as a single tile within a very specific building typology, situated along areas with the highest degrees of declivity.

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Courtesy of Deamicisarchitetti

An opening in the perimeter block reveals the magnificent chestnut woods on the back become visible and cuts out a new private space for the house.

Second Floor Plan
Second Floor Plan

The room on top of it is suspended on the highest level and allows for a precious view of the plain below. The vertical distribution, developed on a single side, plays with the ambiguity of the limits between interiors and exteriors and releases and opens up the spaces of this relatively small volume.

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Courtesy of Deamicisarchitetti

The materials are the typical ones in the area (Lucerne stone, bricks, heat-treated larch wood, plaster), although used in an innovative manner.

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Courtesy of Deamicisarchitetti

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Cite: "Alpine Foothills House / deamicisarchitetti" 16 Nov 2014. ArchDaily. Accessed . <https://www.archdaily.com/563847/alpine-foothills-house-deamicisarchitetti/> ISSN 0719-8884
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