The Venetian farmhouse reinterpreted in a sustainable way
The search for perfect harmony with the context guides the design of this farmhouse by reinterpreting the typical elements of these architectures in a sustainable and contemporary way. From the large barn, to the central body of the building, up to the use of natural materials such as wood: a reinterpretation of tradition but with a green approach. The use of well-defined shapes, the use of colors with a strong material imprint and the combination of natural materials allow the development of an environment that is respectful of traditions and in symbiosis with the surrounding nature. Thanks to the synergy between tempered glass, filtering systems and plantings, the bioclimatic greenhouse is able to offer UVA shielding and a thermoregulated environment, both in summer and in winter, which allows to save energy and reduce CO2 emissions.
The philosophy, placed at the base of the architectural project, also finds application in the interior design studio which, thanks to a careful choice of objects, finishes and furnishing accessories, is able to best enhance the peculiarities of the house, becoming a spokesperson of the spirit of the place.