The works on a new new wooden two-family detached home are nearly done. The house is located in Belvedere Ostrense (AN) and stands on a farmyard overlooking a beautiful landscape typical of the Marche hinterland.
Right from the design phases, an attempt was made to harmoniously blend and combine contemporary and traditional elements, thus giving the building a distinctive character.
The façade has references to classical materials typical of the place, combined with monolithic elements that define the openings and characterise the building, bringing it into the contemporary. The rhythm of the openings is schematic, as in a classic farmhouse, but thanks to these perimeter frames, a façade that is also traditional is brought up to date and animated.
The main flat is on two floors and measures a total of some 186 square metres, with the living area on the ground floor and the sleeping area on the first.
The secondary living unit is spread over two floors and measures some 150 square metres. Upon entering, it presents a kitchen-living area characterised by a double height; the rooms with relative hallways and services are located on this main space.
The entire building has been designed for maximum performance in terms of energy saving and use of eco-sustainable materials, employing the construction technology of the timber frame system.
The homes ares made of glulam using “Platform frame Subissati” construction technology.
Client: private customer
Architectural designer: Mr Pierfrancesco Paradisi (architect)
Structural designer: Mr Andrea Montagna (engineer) Massimo Gradoni (engineer)
Supervision of architectural works: Mr Piergiorgio Pistelli – Mr Francesco Ciuccoli
Systems: Bruni Massimiliano