The long and compact body, that allows the simultaneous vision of the two sides of the ridge from any environment, symbolizes the border, the threshold to cross, emerging as the main theme of the projectual research. A concept that is develop in a different way in the ground floor (day) and the 1st floor (night). The project borrows, from the traditional rural home in Le Marche region, the compactness and the longitudinal development of the building with residential space in a row. The ground floor is a cut block, covered in varnished iron with anti rust primer. The first floor, as though suspended, is composed by a more closed and intimate section and by an hybrid, inner and external space, surround by a perforated membrane. The two levels have different connections with the external space. On the ground floor the cyclic theory of the vertical cut allows visual and physical permeability. The body of the building can be crossed in more than one position: the patio entrance, the living and bathroom/ spa. In the closed block of the first floor, an unusual window, with kaleidoscopic viewfinders head towards the landscape, giving the possibility to look out at the two counterposed slopes from the same position.
The relation with the exterior changes by moving close to them, allowing the entrance of the amplified surrounding panorama. The emptiness that springs in the dialectical scheme internalexternal of the project, bounded by walls (from the open space of the patio and the outside catwalk, to the more intimate area of the bedrooms, arriving to the area filtered from curtains on the first floor) is important to break up what unusually tends to occupy in a stable and immobilizing way.
year of design 2016
place Polverigi An
project arch. Simone Subissati
collaborators arch. Alice Cerigioni,
ing. Domenico Lamura e ing. Matteo Virgulti
photo Alessandro Magi Galluzzi, Roberto Piccinni,
Rossano Ronci, Paolo Semprucci