Villa MS | MARCO CAMPLANI

HUB DESIGN ARCHITETTI Bergamo / Italy / 2022

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The project transforms a 1950s building encumbered by the silhouette preservation constraint and characterized by a traditional, hierarchical and fragmented spatiality. The clients, a young couple with three children, desire a dwelling that encourages communal living and communication. From this desire, the double-height space, originally occupied by a monumental staircase, becomes the spatial centerpiece of the house that hinges and connects the living spaces on the ground floor, the master spaces on the second floor, and the children's common space on the second floor. The project also involves the redesign of the outdoor areas, organized into two hierarchically distinct spaces: a "public" front garden visible from the street and overlooked by the living areas and a "private" garden located at the back of the house overlooked by the double-height space and the kitchen. The two gardens are separated by a concrete diaphragm that defines the access to the house. The project also included the design of the house furnishings. The materials chosen are oak wood, lacquered wood and leather. To achieve continuity with the surface of the oak floor, the surfaces of the furniture were covered with the same essence obtained by delaminating the parquet planks.



Architectural design: Marco Camplani, Ali Rashed, Elisabetta Rubini
Landscape design: Elena Stevanato
Structural design: Augusto Zambelli
Photography: Marcello Mariana

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    The project transforms a 1950s building encumbered by the silhouette preservation constraint and characterized by a traditional, hierarchical and fragmented spatiality. The clients, a young couple with three children, desire a dwelling that encourages communal living and communication. From this desire, the double-height space, originally occupied by a monumental staircase, becomes the spatial centerpiece of the house that hinges and connects the living spaces on the ground floor, the master...

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