A seventeenth-century farmhouse in Cellatica, nestled within the hills of Franciacorta within the province of Brescia, has been introduced again to life by a pair with three kids because of the Brescia-based studio Flussocreativo, led by two designers, Gianfranco Di Costanzo and Daniel Facchetti.
“The transient we got by the house owners,”Daniel Facchetti tells “was to create a contemporary dwelling in step with its historic roots”. The mission concerned the whole renovation of the foundations and roofs, in addition to putting in a brand new staircase becoming a member of the bottom ground to the primary. This allowed for the set up of 5 Velux home windows, flooding the farmhouse with gentle and air. A center ground or mezzanine housing two kids’s bedrooms and toilet act because the glue binding the bottom ground and the highest ground collectively.
The just about 200-square metre farmhouse is accessed by crossing a cobblestone inside courtyard, via a Secco Sistemi glass door that, with the assistance of the portico, acts as a bioclimatic greenhouse. The dwelling space is within the form of a triangle, with the eating space connecting to each the lounge and the kitchen. A double resin staircase with glass balaustrades lit by LED strips result in the bedrooms, break up between the mezzanine and the highest ground housing the main bedroom.
As Facchetti explains, “gentle colors had been chosen for each the flooring and the partitions to attract the attention to the traditional brick vaulted ceilings”. All of the furnishings was designed and made by the design studio Flussocreativo. The entire farmhouse was insulated with inner false partitions and rock wool, whereas the unique elements of the property had been additionally restored to their former glory. Location: Cellatica, Italy; Yr: 2023; Shopper – Personal; Sort – Residential; Mq 210; Ph. Cristina Galliena Bohman;
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