Single-family villa realised in the province of Trento
Zambarda_Atelier Architecture - Arch Federico Zambarda
Designed by architect Federico Zambarda, Casa Marzemino is located on a slope on the outskirts of Trento overlooking the surrounding mountains.
This light-flooded and airy house features essential shapes and colours while reflecting the owners’ sensitivity, dynamism, and elegance.
The large windows make the landscape permeable, while the Alpine red spruce wood used to build the house allows it to blend in with the surrounding nature.
The volumes and internal distribution allowed the owners to keep costs under control. The basement includes the cellar and technical rooms, whereas the ground floor houses the living area. The sitting room, dining room, and kitchen face south-east, whereas the utility rooms face north-west. An open, white, and cantilevered staircase on a grey wall leads to the first floor, where we have three bedrooms, two bathrooms and a storage room.
The light enters from the large glazed walls, and in the summer, the terrace overhangs promote natural shade and comfort.
Built in 2017