Transparent glass surfaces and X-lam
Architect: Paolo Bertozzi
Even the most demanding specific features can be made of wood – whether in style of a villa, country house, or the most modern arhitecture. The team of various experts can implement the creative ideas and visions of an architect who follows the client’s wishes and needs.
We introduce you to a house, located in the Piedmont region in the province of Novara. It was built according to the concept of an Italian architect, Paolo Bertozzi, and client’s wishes. Its main characteristic is the implementation partly in X-lam construction and partly in a framework panel system. The wood construction is complemented by numerous transparent glass surfaces, that give the house a special charm.
"A flat green roof provides protection and shade to the glass surfaces and an outdoor terrace that connects the living room with the courtyard. "
The house is located on a large plot, and its interior living space is based on two floors. The ground floor is divided into an open living area with transparent glass surfaces and an intimate sleeping area with an en-suite bathroom and a dressing room. One enhancement is on the first floor – a master bedroom that opens up through the glass surfaces to its terrace and the green surroundings.
A flat green roof provides protection and shade to the glass surfaces and an outdoor terrace that connects the living room with the courtyard. A final exter layer of the house is combined with different materials – the local stone, wood, glass and traditional facade, which combine to form a beautiful elegance.