It’s a house remodeling project by JM Architecture located in the Dolomite Mountains at the border between Italy and Australia. This project was dedicated to give a solution for the client who would like to live in calm and comfortable situation. The architect was demolished the entire ground floor, and a new interior clear glass envelope with a gyp wall inserted is now the only separation among the different spaces. Few new volumes have been added around the house to extend the entry hall and the oversized family room, which include dining, relax and study areas. The structural silicon curtain wall was installed in the facades to allow the maximum amount of light into the room. Because of the very low temperatures of the winter, the heating solution is the combination of radiant floor heating, perimeter floor radiators along the curtain wall, a gas see-through-the-outside fireplace and a wood one. See the floorplan for more detail about the house layout.
source and pictures by : JM Architecture