Casa GT

Villa d'Almè / Italy / 2019

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The house is situated in the small municipality of Villa D´Almé, just below the Italian Prealps. A rural context of stone houses and narrow streets. In the entrance room a white cupboard draws all the functions: the kitchen, the storage and the stairs. The last ones are completely open so the light can come from above and show us the path to the upper floor. Here the Living-room and the bedroom take place. Natural oak floor with white walls create a bright and warm atmosphere . A grid of white tiles covers the floor and the walls of the bathroom where a semi-translucent window brings a natural light from the living room. Natural materials, pure geometry and old ceilings. 


 


 


Project name: Casa GT
Architect’ Firm: Matteo Foresti Architecture Studio
Collaborator: Arianna Boccalatte
Website: www.matteoforesti.com
Contact e-mail: info@matteoforesti.com


Photo credits: Stefano Tacchinardi
Photographer’s website: www.stefanotacchinardi.com


Project location: Villa d'Almè (BG), Italy
Completion Year: 2019
Gross Built Area (square meters or square foot): 68 mq
Client: Private


Other partecipants:
Carpenter: Toffetti design
Local studio: Studio Associato Geometri Francione e Avogadri (BG)

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    The house is situated in the small municipality of Villa D´Almé, just below the Italian Prealps. A rural context of stone houses and narrow streets. In the entrance room a white cupboard draws all the functions: the kitchen, the storage and the stairs. The last ones are completely open so the light can come from above and show us the path to the upper floor. Here the Living-room and the bedroom take place. Natural oak floor with white walls create a bright and warm...

    Project details
    • Year 2019
    • Work started in 2018
    • Work finished in 2019
    • Client Private
    • Status Completed works
    • Type Single-family residence
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