Renovation and extension of an old attic into a contemporary spacious home
Architects: Claude Petarlin
Location: San Zenone degli Ezzelini, Italy
Photo courtesy: Claude Petarlin
“The project involved the renovation and expansion of a developed attic on three levels located in a hilly area. The main objective was to design a new access to the attic, independent from the rest of the large family house built in the ’90s.
It ‘was created a new volume porch of double height, in adherence to the house containing the entry staircase from the garden leads to the covered terrace. Inside the large living area with integrated kitchen to the living room, three bedrooms with related services.
To increase the sense of amplitude and brightness of the environments were painted in opaque enamel the old wooden beams. Quality materials have been used as in Ipe wood planks for the exterior, the porcelain tiles of various shapes and colors for baths, and revitalized some elements already present such as parquet and stone afromosia Asiago.”
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