- Architects: Studio Ecoarch
- Location: Varese, Italy
- Lead Architects: Arch. Mauro Rivolta
- Area: 260.0 m2
- Project Year: 2017
- Photographs: Marco Reggi photographer
- Other Participants: Arch. Davide Ferrari
Text description provided by the architects. The Val Ceresio is, from the environmental point of view, beautiful and rich in vegetation. The house is situated on a slope with the best exposure and opens up the sun and the landscape, making it enter through large windows.
The solid base, designed with wooden X- LAM and natural materials, is a compact form and pure, carved with the decision by the cuts that organize the entrance, the double-height loggia, the terrace and characterize prospects.
The dialogue between the white plaster and wooden surfaces is a tribute to the immediate vernacular architecture around even if, as in other projects of the studio, without any form of mimicry.
The absence of a basement, the containment of the area dedicated to cars and downstream with a simple shade structure, the formation of a garden full of native woody species with dry stone terraces and the planned roof characterize the green-conscious integration into the landscape of this house of generous proportions.