This imposing villa in the Alps stands at an altitude of 700 meters above sea level in close proximity to the Passo del Cavallo which connects Trompia Valley with Sabbia Valley in the region of Lumezzane, Italy and it features a design created by the architect Camillo Botticini in 2014 with a geometry that wants to create a strong relationship with the landscape.
The house has an irregular C shape with a patio made of a green plane to generate the rooms inside and create three bodies with different height. The first volume contains the three bedrooms, two of which face the patio and the other one opens to the master bedroom with its own bathroom placed to the west in the clearing.
The second body varies in height from 3.5 to 4.5 meters to create the space for the living room which is open and suspended between the patio and the landscape ending with a fireplace to the south window. The living area incorporates the dining area to the east and the other body that contains the kitchen opening to the patio.