The project arises from the need to build a house that reflects the characteristics of traditional South Tyrol architecture and consists of three apartments offering wide spaces and a suggestive atmosphere.
There is an apartment for each level. The basement has three covered garages and three cellars, one for each apartment. The first apartment is situated on the ground floor based on a white masonry and has a large garden overlooking all the main environments of the house. Above the white masonry, the house is structured in order to represent the "parincinch", a traditional horizontal wood structure that was once used to dry the hay.
The use of these elements highlights one of the main features of this restructuring: the three apartments are distributed around a central core made up of vertical links. On the first floor there is a large balcony around the living room allowing you to live the house at 360 degrees and connect the main view on Corvara and the intimate garden on the Boè side. The attic contains the third apartment facing both Corvara and Boè and is characterized by two long garrets which allow to live the space in its almost totality.