Brione House by Markus Wespi Jérôme de Meuron Architetti

Architects: Markus Wespi Jérôme de Meuron Architetti
Location: Brione sopra Minusio, Ticino, Switzerland
Year: 2005
Photo courtesy: Hannes Henz
Description:

The new building is situated in an advantaged however sprawled urban zone above Locarno, with a mind-boggling view on the city, the encompassing mountains and the lake.

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The task is a discrete response to a day by day subject: to incorporate with a swarmed and riotous urbanized range. In this manner all qualities of an established house were completely discarded.

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Two basic steaning 3D shapes are rising up out of the slope – fragmentarily – more related to the scene than to the next existing structures – more indistinguishable a divider than a house – and time less.

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Tenable insides are created through depressions. Two comparative enormous openings, with wooden lattices serving as moveable entryways, are giving get to and view. Extra light is taken in through patios. The water of the swimming pool, installed in the valley confronting 3D shape, blends flawlessly with the lake.

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