CASA IPERLINEA, Cantù, Italy, project, 2016Read less
The building is an elongated rectangle mainly open southward through large windows interposed with concrete walls and sliding pannels. The full and empty rhythm of the facade is crowned by a lintel. Two patios define the heads of the building and they are respectively the lobby of the house and the courtyard of the master bedroom. The two patios are connected by a distribution space inside the house that connects all indoor environments and creates an enfilade throughout the building. It is a trilite construction inspired by Stonehenge’s primordial architectures and seeks in prefabrication a classical and tectonic expression.
WITH More - Moretti s.p.a. COLLABORATORS Andrea Tregnago, Simone Fagini FOR Private Client