La Grande Villa
Architects: Andrea Ravagli and Maddalena Sancisi

Parma, Italy

Architect:

Andrea Ravagli

 

Maddalena Sancisi

 

La Grande Villa is a unique project of glamor, exclusivity, and energy technology. The project is a part of a large garden and consists of two buildings with different architectural features, but it is united in a common aesthetic language, which is reflected in a fusion with the surrounding scenery of the Emilia countryside.

The buildings have two floors and a basement, which is built of concrete. A decision to build the residential buildings in wood construction comes from a client’s and architect’s wishes to build a house with low energy consumption. The right orientation of the buildings and the organization of internal spaces are optimally heated by the sun and exploit the passive solar energy.

Large glass areas to the garden, large panoramic windows, the use of façade materials and the colors that blend with the landscape, were the key points for this floor plan. KAGER technology allows combining the advantages of prefabricated construction and exceptional flexibility in design, individuality, the use of wood and other natural materials – everything to achieve superior performance regarding comfort, thermal stability, easy maintenance, fire and earthquake safety and zero impact on the environment.
"La Grande Villa is a unique project of glamor, exclusivity, and energy technology."

The KAGER technology allows combining the advantages of prefabricated construction and exceptional flexibility in design, individuality, the use of wood and other natural materials, everything to achieve superior performance in terms of comfort, thermal stability, easy maintenance, fire and earthquake safety and zero impact on the environment.

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