* Residential Architecture: Under the Moonlight House by Giovanni D’Ambrosio Architecture
Posted by the editors on Wednesday, 25 April 2012
Residential Architecture: Under the Moonlight House by Giovanni D’Ambrosio Architecture: “..integrate itself in the site through use of materials that have been used before and that are part of local historical background. House’s shape resembles typological archetypes used by country-men and cowboys that lived in the area. Stone, wood and metal are materials used for both structure and construction of the Project. The House have been designed in order to comfort seasonal stay, both during summer and winter, of inhabitants and to let them appreciate as much as possible natural environment surrounding them. This has been done through placement of many glazed frames that grant wider external views. This is the idea I [Designer] wanted to base the project upon: treat interior and external spaces as if they were the same..” Distinctive form, lovely stone, extensive glazing, views, light, communion with the surrounding natural environment, attractive interior volumes and details..
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