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Minimalist Italian House On a Flat Open Space

Tue, Apr 27, 2010 | Minimalist home designs | By Mike
 
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House Sulla Morella is minimalist home designed by Andrea Oliva from Cittaarchitettura. It occupies a flat area about 60m away from the street. The house has a rectangular shape of approximately 11 m wide, 34 m long and 6 m tall. It visually consists of two elements: the porch made of concrete and finished with white plaster, and the main body inside of it. Large windows that frame a beautiful landscape around it are protected by the depth of the porch during the summer. These windows have wooden frames with laminated glazing so they are also protected from cold winds during the winter. The flat roof features solar panels that provides the home with an electricity and a hot water.

{ cittaarchitettura | Photos by Kai-Uwe Schulte-Bunert }

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  1. Tom Says:

    What a beauty house. :)

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