The house as a dynamic system.
The house as a refuge and place of protection.
The house as an organism made up of interconnected parts.
The ground floor is a plinth that anchors itself to the ground and clearly regulates the use of private space with in relation to the disorder of the adjacent suburbs.
The main rooms are all located on the ground floor and each benefit from a qualitative relationship with the external space. Intimate courtyard are created, different and individualized moments according to the use of family members.
The heart of the house, the living area, stands out from the horizontality of the plain, identifying a protected outdoor space on the upper floor: an open-air terrace that opens onto the mountainous landscape that surrounds the Magadino plain.