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The situation of CASA EC is nearly like a fairy story, on the sting of the city of a municipality within the
of the Province of Sondrio, surrounded by meadows and woods on the foot of the Orobian Alps with a view of the
with a view of town of Sondrio and the Rhaetian aspect of the Alps.
Traits that within the venture
and exploited within the venture.
The Casa EC venture concerned the demolition of an present constructing and the development of a brand new single
development of a brand new single-family residence.
The rules imposed the partial overlapping of the brand new constructing with the present one and the the present one, and the necessity was to maneuver the brand new residence so far as attainable to the centre of the terrain in an effort to take advantage of the house.
new residence as a lot as attainable in the course of the plot in an effort to take advantage of the backyard, the views and to maneuver away from the municipal street.
Because of this I made a decision to divide the venture into 4 blocks:
A- an entrance tunnel
B- a constructing used as a residing space
A- a tunnel connecting the residing and sleeping areas
B- a constructing used as an evening space
I designed an A-B-A-B repetition which allowed me to attain the target of
to maneuver the manufacturing facility as central as attainable to the property and to offer order to the architectural composition: the doorway tunnels
architectural composition: the doorway and connection tunnels have the identical lengths and flat roof because the
the identical lengths and flat roof because the B blocks have the identical quantity however a single-pitch roof.
The differentiation between the roofs of the A- and B-blocks was made to create a transparent distinction between
The differentiation between the roofs of blocks A- and B was made in an effort to create a transparent distinction between residing areas and repair/passage areas.
The primary block B incorporates the residing space, consisting of a lounge, kitchen, eating room and toilet, whereas the second block incorporates the sleeping space.
whereas the second block incorporates the sleeping space with 3 bedrooms, a research and toilet.
Each our bodies have massive openings that body the encircling panorama and help you benefit from the altering
surrounding panorama and help you benefit from the change.
The supplies used are concrete, stone and iron for the surface, whereas inside
wooden for the flooring and partitions and plaster for the partitions.
CASA EC Gallery