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Sumit Singhal
Sumit Singhal
Sumit Singhal loves modern architecture. He comes from a family of builders who have built more than 20 projects in the last ten years near Delhi in India. He has recently started writing about the architectural projects that catch his imagination.

Earth shelterd boutique resort in Italy by 70F architecture

 
July 20th, 2017 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: 70F architecture 

70F architecture and Le Ville di Trevinano will soon start the build of an earth-sheltered boutique resort in one of Italy’s most beautiful areas. Underground building has not only energetic but also aesthetic benefits; the resort is hardly noticeable from the overlying hills.

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  • Architects: 70F architecture
  • Project: Earth shelterd boutique resort
  • Location: Italy

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Earth-sheltered build

The boutique resort is located on the western- and eastern-slope of a hill, overlooking the stunning Tuscan region and the Monte Rufeno. It consists of ten buildings: a private villa, eight boutique resort villas and a reception building. All villas are located in this hill, underground. The reception building is the only exception as it is an above ground structure on the hill. The Cor-Ten steel encasement of the building blends perfectly with the environment.

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Image Courtesy © 70F architecture

Panoramic view

The modern villas each have a shallow volume allowing an unobstructed panoramic view. Due to the shallow volume there is no need to dig deep into the hill leaving plenty of room for natural light in the homes, even in the back. The interior has a clean design and an internal height difference makes for an even better panorama experience throughout the house.

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Image Courtesy © 70F architecture

Height differences

The private terraces with wading pools are all slightly lower than the villas themselves. As a result, the terraces enjoy maximum sunshine and the view from inside looks over the terraces to the spectacular Tuscan hills.

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Image Courtesy © 70F architecture

Local raw materials

The materials of the resort’s exterior is restrained and all raw materials, with the exception of the Cor-Ten steel, are locally obtained. The interiors are understated and full of warm tones, concrete and wood. The kitchens and cabinets are an integral part of the interior.

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Image Courtesy © 70F architecture

Villas for sale

A small number of boutique villas are for sale. The developer of the resort offers its buyers a full service package of maintenance and rental mangement during the periods that the owners are not visiting their Italian home.

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Image Courtesy © 70F architecture

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Image Courtesy © 70F architecture

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Image Courtesy © 70F architecture

Image Courtesy © 70F architecture

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