Horizontal Space is a residential project designed by Damilano Studio Architects and is located in Peveragno, Italy. It was completed in 2008 and covers an area of 400sqm.
Horizontal Space is localized in Piemonte in northwest Italy a mountain area at 800 meters above sea level and the closest city is Cuneo.
Horizontal Space is a composition of pure volume of constant height, they moved horizontally and emptied or filled according to the function. A pomegranate highlights the access side. Wide steps leading to the entrance introducing a longitudinal consecutive spaces. Born to be divided into two units, the house is characterized by a large central hall, on the main breaks in the structure ca projected towards the outside with a wooden roof.
The living room, passing from one part of the house, opens with large windows to the garden and into the country. The teak floors warm environment and a stone wall covered with white sheets to create a staggered back almost sculptural material. The cuisine is characterized by a horizontal cut above the work plan, which frames the mountain and the nearby town of farms. In sleeping master a fifth stone fossil health by dividing the room and generates large shower with a satin flat floor. A translucent sliding island ideally the bathroom.
The villa also has two bedrooms with their bathroom, a laundry and a bathroom for the living area.
The front of the rear, much more austere, has a balcony of the service and the opening of the premises in the basement used as a gym, garage and local technicians.
Photographer: Andrea Martiradonna