Pinzolo_a cozy house on the Brenta Dolomites

Pinzolo_a cozy house on the Brenta Dolomites

Architecte
Offstage
Lieu
Pinzolo, Autonomous Province of Trento, Italy | View Map
Année du projet
2020
Catégorie
Maisons privées
Simone Furiosi
Fiche technique du produit

ÉlémentMarqueProduct Name
LightingDavide Groppi srl
ChairTON Czechia
LightingVibia
Wall finishingsMATTEO BRIONI
LightingMarset
TableHem
Alle Table

Fiche technique du produit
Lighting
Wall finishings
Lighting
Table
Alle Table by Hem

Pinzolo_a cozy house on the Brenta Dolomites

Offstage en tant que Architectes.

Some time ago we were called to design an apartment just purchased by a Milanese family of 4, in Pinzolo (TN), on the beautiful Brenta Dolomites.

The unit was in the context of a building under construction that imposed us some structural constraints determined by the chosen construction system. The layout of the rooms - two apartments we joined on different floors - was partially determined, because some of the partitions couldn’t be moved.  

photo_credit Simone Furiosi
Simone Furiosi

As always happens, the design constraints helped us to build strong relationships between the spaces, suggesting choices that bacame the character and the identity of the project.

photo_credit Simone Furiosi
Simone Furiosi

The compressed spaces suggested dynamism, both in the relationship between them and in application to the finishes. For this reason, two different types of wood - chestnut and fir (declined in various ways depending on the function) - dialogue with clay-based plasters, in a story that brings back to natural, alive and ancestral, materials.

photo_credit Simone Furiosi
Simone Furiosi

The idea of a house / refuge facing the Brenta massifs is realized through the ceilings and furniture covered in fir strips and the boiseries, made of stained chestnut panels, the same as the floors. The grey stoneware - practical and easy to maintain - recalls the stone of the Dolomites. The textile elements (in wool) in each room of the house mitigate the atmosphere, making it cozy even with a simple setting.

photo_credit Simone Furiosi
Simone Furiosi

Every detail is designed: the lightbreak that screens the stairwell becomes, in the dark hours, the wall of a luminous lantern that illuminates with a soft light the living area on the upper floor. The flush doors are handcrafted, in order to give continuity with the design and finishings of every room. The kitchen is built with the same few materials and overlooks the living room.

photo_credit Simone Furiosi
Simone Furiosi

Even the furniture of the sleeping area on the lower floor - from the daughters beds to the master room, from the closets to the bathroom cabinets - is designed and customized so as to keep alive the same feelings of welcome, protection and well-being.

photo_credit Simone Furiosi
Simone Furiosi

The lighting connects the environments and defines them according to their function and the time of the day of their use.

The technical lights were chosen for the quality of the lighting performance rather than for the design, that was intended to be discreet and, when visible, in counterpoint to the rest of the elements of the project (the wooden lamps in the bedrooms are the only exception).

photo_credit Simone Furiosi
Simone Furiosi
photo_credit Simone Furiosi
Simone Furiosi
photo_credit Simone Furiosi
Simone Furiosi

Material Used :
1. Matteo Brioni: Clay for Architecture: Multiterra Natural and Multiterra Plus
2. HEM: Alle Table
3. TON: Ironica chair
4. Nemo Lighting: Zirkol-O
5. Marset: N°8 oak
6. Marset: Ginger 32 C oak
7. RUBN: Suspension Leather brown
8. Viabizzuno: Trentotto nero 55 Traccia System
9. Penta Architectural: Corner 
10. Davide Groppi: Nulla PL white
11. Davide Groppi: Mira
12. Vibia: Duo

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