Construction of a single-family house in Cagiallo
Studio Dario Franchini
A peculiar geometry with no line-up: this is the most evident characteristic of the single-family house designed by Architect Dario Fanchini and his team. Part of a fairly classic residential context and apparently almost emerging from the hill on which it stands, this house is built in fair-faced concrete, which involved casting the concrete on different levels in order to hide the actual number of casts. This house owns its uniqueness and peculiarity also to the large overhang situated on the part of the house facing the valley. This effect was obtained by inserting cross-walled beams to support the upper level.