Italian architectural firm act_romegialli designed the Casòn, a cozy village stone house renovation in Cerido, Italy.
Description by act_romegialli:
The project deals with the renovation of a rural stone building consisting of three volumes which were originally separated. The original heights, the outline silhouette of the building and the dimensions have been preserved. The stones walls are left rough and treated with the traditional technique called “rasapietra” both inside and outside. Inside, it has been created a technical volume on three levels, containing the service rooms (bathrooms), independent, outdistanced by the perimetral walls. This monolithic is made of reinforced concrete with a hand-hammered surface; it gives depth to the passages to the different rooms and enhances the stone walls. Each room is heated by a wood-burning heater, a stove or a fireplace.
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