The intervention dealt with the recovery of a 1960s house typical of the area. Through the project, a contemporary reinterpretation was proposed, giving the house new light and its inhabitants a new way of living spaces.

Studio Name: Dario Castellino Architetto
Design Team: Dario Castellino Architetto
Area: 220 mq
Year: 2016
Location: Borgo San Dalmazzo – CN – ITALY

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Initially the house consisted of an external stairwell and the ground floor was intended for storage, the house developed on the first floor.

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The project involved moving the fulcrum of the house to the ground floor, freeing the side walls with large windows and establishing a direct relationship between the living area and the surrounding garden.

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The first floor, on the other hand, was transformed into a sleeping area with the creation of a double-height space obtained from the demolition of part of the attic. In this way it was possible to incorporate the staircase, initially outside the house, in the new volume, creating a great connection between all the rooms.

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