Single-family house realised in the province of Cremona
Studio Tecnico RossiZanoni - Geom. Margherita Zanoni
A journey through Frank Lloyd Wright’s architecture sparked this client’s desire for a new family home, which led to the detailed draft of this project in Crema (in the Lombardy region, Italy).
The project took into consideration the owners’ big family with three lively children.
Villa Nina results from a demolition and reconstruction project bound by the preservation of the building grounds. Part of the perimeter is near the road and the lot border. It includes large low-emission windows facing north and a lightwell facing south that provides light to the open space living area.
The owners asked to preserve the tree at the centre of the garden to maintain a trace of the past in their new home.
The large dining table was built with the roof’s waste wood to hint at the fast building stages of this house.
Villa Nina is a turnkey Wolf Haus Energy Plus Total Air building with air and CMV system.
Built in 2018