situated in treviso, northern italy, this country house is offered a new life by zanonarchitettiassociati (zaa)through the renovation of its interiors and the expansion of the living space. the latter is designed in the extended structure made of a glass and corten steel framework.


the new glass volume and the main house
all images © paolo belvedere

 

 

in this renovation project, zaa has realized a volume that blends seamlessly with the natural landscape through the arrangement of wide windows. from the outside, the glass volume reflects the surrounding nature becoming part of it, while from the inside the windows become invisible — giving the impression of being outdoor. in the end, the living room becomes one with the countryside.


the corten steel and glass volume


corten frame detail


the living space becomes one with the surrounding nature


the living room’s design pieces


the new living space


the furniture is a mix of vintage and design pieces


the stainless steel kitchen


the new fireplace


the bedroom area with exposed beams


sliding door detail

 

 

project info

 

location: treviso

area: 450 m² 

design: 2012

construction: 2013

client: private

partner: mogs srl

 

 

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edited by: lea zeitoun | designboom

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