Private House by Enrico Iascone Architetti
Private House was designed by Enrico Iascone Architetti. It is a 1600 sqm modern family home located in Sassuolo, Italy.
Description by Enrico Iascone Architetti:
“This family house is located in Sassuolo – Modena’s ceramic manufacturing heartland – in an area of extensive expansion of the Sixties between other detached houses surrounded by small gardens on a plot once occupied by a detached house, now demolished.
In this contest the goal was to plan conditions of habitability of notable level, using elements prefabricated out in wood for the plans earth: the residences enjoy of thermal isolation and control of the damp that the wooden material assures. The house have thermal insulation and moisture control ensures that the wood material , thus contributing substantially to achieve certification in energy class A, a design objective achieved.
The residences are qualitatively characterize as real villas for spatial relationships, the search for light, the optimal orientation: the relationship between privacy, exposure and resolves in the accents of light polarization of mostly opaque walls and windowed walls. ”
Photo by Daniele Domenicali