A succession of hills, agricultural land, woods crossed by countless paths that come out in sanctuaries or open to vineyards. The Treviso area is a charming area, subject to landscape constraint. Therefore, any house built on the territory must scrupulously respect natural beauty and its codes. So it was for this beautiful house.
Looking at it from the outside, the structure appears linear, essential and uncluttered, characterized by a natural color palette that plays with the shades of white on which the clay of the roof stands out. A style that corresponds to the desire for tranquility of the family, who dreamed of a space of true peace, where they can relax after a day of work.
The building retains the characteristics of the local houses, with two floors and the sloping pitched roof, and the interiors that recall the tradition of rural houses, with large windows and open spaces, bright and with the light tones of wood, which recall the sweetness of the surrounding hills. But the tradition and warmth of wood are combined with modern design details that give new character to each room and to the entire structure.
Even the external claddings harmonize with the environment, thanks to “geostone”, a reconstructed stone with a high aesthetic effect that creates a unique link between architecture and landscape, as well as being a shield that optimizes the energy efficiency of the building.
A respect for the environment that goes beyond landscape constraints and becomes the ultimate meaning of sustainable living: the owners wanted a Rubner Haus wooden house, choosing an essential architecture that would adapt to the territory with the utmost respect, enriching themselves with that well-being that only Nature can give. They made their dream come true with this house, which is a true space of peace, an act of love for the Planet.
Location Province Treviso, Northern Italy
Construction system timber frame
Architecture Arch. Pellizzari & Mariano
Living space 157+97mq
"We wanted a wooden house at all costs, but I informed myself at length and evaluated every aspect before deciding to entrust the construction to Rubner: I like to go deep, into things, I have to know everything in detail. We realised very early on that Rubner was the right choice."