Home Designs Published by Niklas Larsen, Thursday, February 16th 2017, 10:13:19 AM.
This “Villa San Valentino” was built with a main task from the clients design a home for 3 generations. The home had to be in high architectural quality. The house also had to have common space for the family. The unique twisted villa boasts wood façade which makes it blend with its surroundings. Or according to the architects is to mimic the character of the mountains in its surrounding. The red color of the siding wooden wall looks so wonderful. The high architectural level also could be translated into a sophisticated design.
This twisted villa is not only twisted, each end of the house is widened and the middle part is lowered down a bit to create a higher-end design. There, just above the main entrance the façade is expanded to the front creating a shelter for the entrance area. This glass entrance with its courtyard and the series of skylights of the underground level create a strong sense of modern style, enhancing the sense of sophisticated design. The lawn garden is large and is bordered with low wall stone. From the rear, the natural rounded wood cladding is combined with the clean white façade with its black accents. The need for space for three generations should be overcome with its massive structure.
The interior design is quite simple and clean. The modern interior design of this house is also done with wood accents, creating warmth interior. We would find some other interior photos of this home/villa since these pictures don’t reveal the real atmosphere in this house. There’s a bathroom photo with its wonderful wall. The white wall is accented with gray colors making the wall tiles look as marble. The bathroom vanity also is wonderful. The espresso color of the bathroom vanity looks as a great color accent in this minimalist bathroom. A kitchen also looks calm with its brown wood color. The kitchen looks simple with its stainless countertops and grey range hood. The cabinets are white and looks minimalist with the handle-less features. But at least, the Austrian architect Stephan Unger still do the family a justice by installing large floor to ceiling windows at each end of this house. It is a real sin for not capturing the amazing views of this location in Merano-Alto Adige, Italy. For the respect to the nature, the architect added some energy efficient features. Really exquisite!.
Highlights: Modern mountain villa for 3 generations with amazing architecture design and common space. Curved siding wood and white plastered wall mountain villa design. Awesome landscaping with large lawn with low stone wall border. Calm white or light grey minimalist interior design with espresso color accent.
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