The original design, dating back to the late 18th century, included the classic distribution of space with living area on the ground floor and sleeping area on the upper floor, reached by a stone staircase
placed in the center of the building and within it.
The house also presented a major static problem:
over time the foundation, on one side, had buckled relative to the underlying soil causing the structure to bend slightly and create clearly visible cracks.
Our intervention re-established the intial condition, with the help of modern but looking techniques.
antique and respectful of period features, such as the “pull” plates visible in the photograph.
All the various building bodies such as the roof, wooden structures, stone structures were replaced or recovered,
windows, doors, floors, etc., and added new sanitary and electrical systems.
Today, the house is an example of modern, up-to-date comfort in a structure with an old-fashioned flavor and respect for the rural and mountain traditions that have always been present in our area.