Author: architect Marco Zanuso
Photo by Edoardo Valle
Built on a small lawn-covered rise, the house is L-shaped, rotated 45° from the shoreline, so defining a private courtyard facing the lake, overlooked by the glass walls of the common areas. The section, with a single pitched roof, distributes the spaces as a main floor and a mezzanine. The clarity of the volume and the use of wooden shingles on the roof and the external walls are effective in integrating the house into the landscape.