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Consalez Rossi – Enrico Scaramellini Casa FM // Es-arch

Madesimo, Italy

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This project regards the complete renovation of a detached villa of 4,305 square feet and an extension of 1,722 square feet. The existing building is completely redesigned with the installation of wooden facades with timbered shading systems. The new building (1,7222 square feet), originally designed to be constructed with a wooden panel technology (X-lam), has been built with precast concrete panels covered in wood.

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The project is built at the far end of the settlement, at the edge of a spruce pines and larches forest. The layout of expansion has been the result of the relationship between the forest and the available land. The new building is an insert to the existing volume and is detached from it both physically and in an expressive way.

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A unique volume that concentrates the extension in a simple design and plays with the existing building both in explicitly modern shapes and materials of brushed and heat-treated larch, split stone for the base, and titanium zinc for the roof..

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Consalez Rossi – Enrico Scaramellini Casa FM Gallery

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Lazy House // petrjanda/brainwork

Zlín, Czechia

​Shadow Poetry: Daku’s Lyrical Façade Proves That “Time Changes Everyt hing”

Known to some as the Banksy of India, street artist Daku (Hindi for “bandit”) has often taken a critical stance on controversial contemporary issues with his work. His latest text-based installation, titled Time Changes Everything, prompts reflection rather than agitation. Mounted perpendicularly to the façade of a white building in Delhi’s Lodhi Colony, letters cast…

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