This holiday houses is a transition from a modern style glass house. Blessed with an unspoiled environment in the middle of an apple orchard and surrounded by stunning dolomite mountains. Peter Pichler architecture based in Milan is successfully designing the structure as a holiday unit. Each wall looks like a mirror from the surrounding nature that makes this house like one with the landscape.
This project is structured so that guests can fully enjoy the experience of living in nature but equipped with luxurious amenities. This architectural studio is known for its concern for the environment and sustainable design, maximizes the landscape as the main attraction at the maximum level of privacy for clients and guests. But what’s interesting here is the style of the old farmhouse is still reflected and not completely thrown away but actually completely integrated into it. If you are interested, scroll down and order now!
From the architects,
The site of the project is located in the midst of apple orchards close to Bolzano, north Italy, and is surrounded by the spectacular mountains of the dolomites.
The client, who lives in a farmhouse of the 60s on the site, asked us to design a structure for renting out as a luxury holiday units, so guests have their small autonomous apartment and can fully enjoy the experience to live in the middle of nature. A maximum degree of privacy for both the client and the residing guest should be taken into consideration.
The new structure is oriented towards east with their private garden and an autonomous access and parking for their guests. Each unit contains a kitchen/living room as well as a bath- and bedroom with big openable skylights to allow natural light and ventilation. A small basement serves for temporary storage.
The projects initial volume is split in 2 units that are slightly shifted in height and length in order to loosening the entire structure and articulating their differentiation.
Both units are floating on a base above the ground evoking lightness beside offering better views from their cantilevering terraces to the impressive surrounding landscape. The volume opens towards east with a big glass facade that fades with curvilinear lines into the black aluminum shell. Mirrored glass on the west facade borders the garden of the client with the units and catches the surrounding panorama with pool while making the units almost invisible.
In certain views from the clients garden the old existing farmhouse is mirrored in the new contemporary architecture and is literally blending into it rather then competing against.
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