Home P by Raum3 Architekten







Home P is a contemporary three-story home positioned in Brixen, Italy, designed in 2022 by Raum3 Architekten.





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Description

The home of the three brothers is positioned on the backside of the valley of Brixen, surrounded by mountains. Located within the middle of the village on the historic village road, the constructing needed to be inserted into the constructing plot and in addition into the constructed environment. Within the design, care was taken to make sure that the slender village road retained its character and that present constructing lineaments had been taken up. Obligatory retaining partitions had been constructed in pure stone masonry in a way typical of the village with the intention to compensate for variations in stage. The constructing was designed as a compact construction divided by giant cut-outs. These had been executed in glazed larch wooden, contrasting with the light-colored construction and permitting a freer use of recesses and openings. The predominant supplies – the white plaster and the darkish wood components – additionally characterised the face of the outdated home, making a profound memory of the previous household dwelling. The interiors are characterised by clear, straight-lined furnishings. The wood ground in oak creates a heat primary tone which is repeated within the niches of the white wood furnishings. Flooring-to-ceiling home windows open onto the panorama and permit the encircling mountains, which so intensively characterize the environment, to visually penetrate the inside.

Pictures by Gustav Willeit

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