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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.

Renovation of a semi-detached house in Jesolo, Italy by MIDE architetti

 
February 18th, 2018 by Sumit Singhal

Article source: MIDE architetti 

Renovation of a semi-detached house situated in the Venice province, centered within a large parcel in the rural area of the city of Jesolo.

The aim of providing a comprehensive response to the natural context prompted to strong and dynamic design expressions.

Image Courtesy © Alessandra Bello

  • Architects: MIDE architetti
  • Project: Renovation of a semi-detached house
  • Location: Jesolo, Italy
  • Photography: Alessandra Bello
  • Costs: n.d. €
  • Surface: 450 m2
  • Timing:

    • Job assignmen: 03/2014
    • Start of construction work: 09/2014
    • End of construction work: 06/2016

Image Courtesy © Alessandra Bello

The roof-covering outline characterizes the design trend. The structure has externally been cleaned up from all technical elements, such as cornices and drainpipes, of which it is usually composed of and that have been integrated within it, contributing to obtain a simple volume of linear and essential profiles.

Image Courtesy © Alessandra Bello

Image Courtesy © Alessandra Bello

Thanks to thorough cut-offs of the masonry, the ground floor perimeter was radically transformed into a continuous glazed space that dialogues directly with the immediate outside. The contribution of glass surfaces characterizes the entire intervention, particularly for the spa and wellness area that, with a large fixed window, is visually connected to the underside of the swimming pool, situated in the external garden.

Image Courtesy © Alessandra Bello

Image Courtesy © Alessandra Bello

The dialogue is reaffirmed by the choice of a uniform and continuous stone paving for both interior and exterior spaces, as well as the use of wide glazed walls which, playing with light and reflections act as thin diaphragms that never constrains and encloses the inside.

Image Courtesy © Alessandra Bello

Image Courtesy © Alessandra Bello

Contrasted to the molding of ‘breathing’ and open volumes of the living spaces, which are allowed to stretch and encompass the outside landscape, the night area follows requirements of introspection and privacy, almost in antithesis with the ground level and retaining the existing fenestration.

Image Courtesy © Alessandra Bello

Image Courtesy © Alessandra Bello

Image Courtesy © Alessandra Bello

Image Courtesy © Alessandra Bello

Image Courtesy © Alessandra Bello

Image Courtesy © Alessandra Bello

Image Courtesy © MIDE architetti

Image Courtesy © MIDE architetti

Image Courtesy © MIDE architetti

Image Courtesy © MIDE architetti

Image Courtesy © MIDE architetti

Image Courtesy © MIDE architetti

Image Courtesy © MIDE architetti

Image Courtesy © MIDE architetti

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Categories: House, Renovation, Residential

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