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Contemporary Home Sweet Home project, Italy


Vieneto-based architectural practice 3ndy Studio have completed the Home Sweet Home project. Completed in 2012, the contemporary property can be found in Fossò, Italy.

According to the architects: “A home is the place where you feel good every time you enter inside, a sort of shelter inside the town. Not too big and not too small. The way you think about your life out of work is your home. It is the place for you and for your family, with all the utilities but in the same time simple and easy to maintain. And also the home should not consume too much energy and it’s better if the energy comes from naturally.

“This contemporary Italian property is made in part with reused materials, that came from the owners grandparent’s old house, as the wood and the bricks that recall to memory the roots of the family. New materials as Corian, were used in the furniture and the stairs. The atmosphere inside this country house is extremely warm this is due to the use of colour and natural material used for the interior wall and the flooring

“The contemporary Italian house is a home to live in. The places are projected in order to be comfortable and livable without renouncing to a clean and fine design style for the contemporary architecture. The easy complexity of the composition is the result of a series of constrictions due to the shape of the lot, the several requests of the owner who was skilled and alert to protect his privacy. Neither of the facades which look onto the road have any openings, on the other hand each of the windows is turned towards the private garden or hidden in the leaning walls or towards small inner courts. The design firm also assisted the owner with the furniture and selecting  materials. We gave an equal amount of attention to the inside of the house as well as the outdoors.”

Images courtesy of Alessandro Lazzari

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January 13, 2013 | Property | View comments

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