The Langhe is the setting for a renovation and energy refurbishing project in which the architect Fabio Borello has combined a 19th-century building with a construction from 1940. The final result conserves the charm of the old stone walls while giving rise to an avant-garde complex in terms of energy use.


The protagonists of the project are the Navello Seta 2.0 and Omero frames. Entirely made to measure by the Dogliani-based company, the windows offer the beauty and healthful effects of wood, along with the most advanced technologies for energy savings.

For the 19th-century building Navello has created 16 hinged units in walnut-stained oak of Navello Seta 2.0, with classic lines and insulating chamber glass. For the more modern structure, 11 hinged units of the Omero line in dark gray painted ash have been supplied; of this group, 8 have internal motorized glass Venetian blinds, while 8 feature horizontal screens.

The more contemporary style of these frames permits insertion of chamber glass of the latest generation, ensuring maximum insulation and particularly flexible, natural thermal regulation for all seasons.