The Italian Alps Villa by Camillo Botticini Architect

Built in between trompia valley and sabbia valley in Northern Italy, Camillo Botticini Architect’s latest project – the ‘Alps Villa’ has been designed to capture different sides of the mountainous landscape. The exterior of the home has been made with a combination of oxidized copper and accoya wood, while at the interior, the home is kept minimal, with resin floors lining and a running glass motif to preserve the clean, streamlined aesthetic. Constructed in a C-shape, to conceal the three stories embedded to the landscape, the residence is accessed through a driveway with a covered ramp leading vehicles to an underground parking, and at the same time pedestrian access is constituted by a linear staircase made of steel leading from the road to the entrance. Glance through the photo gallery above, and proceed to Camillo Botticini Architect’s website to see their other works.


Source: designboom