Pedevilla Architekten designed the Residence Pliscia 13, a wooden residence in Enneberg, Italy powered by solar and geothermal energies.
Description by Pedevilla Architekten:
In a hamlet of Enneberg at 1,200 meters which is located with respect to the architectural tradition of the “viles” shaped building ensemble. The two staggered structure with its gentle insertion into the slope correspond to the local Paarhoftypus. Regional ornaments and characteristic features such as gable roof, porch and wood facade are recorded and newly implemented by a clear interpretation. The entire building was cast in concrete, the concrete dolomite was slammed. Likewise, the use of wood was an essential part of the design and also went hand in hand with the idea of sustainability. The types of wood, stone pine and larch used come from the Val Badia.
Inside the two houses are massive stone pine, untreated and hand-planed, for floors, doors, windows and furniture in the atmospheric interaction of architectural concrete for walls, ceilings and also a portion of the soil.