Casa Y in the Italian hills of Turin has been designed with large open interior spaces that not only facilitate room for entertainment, but also provide large window expanses that make the most of the picturesque surroundings. FL Architetti Construct followed a brief from a couple and their three children for a residence with durability and low maintenance. The architects created a concrete structure with two visually contrasting forms: one defined by concrete and glass, and the other by a thin screen of corten slats. Bedrooms are located along the southeastern wing of the house behind the wooden slats, enjoying views of the terrace, pool and garden.
- Source: Design Boom