In an elegant residential district on the outskirts of Verona, a home that combines architectural quality with a keen interest in innovation and sustainability. The essential design of the interiors, bringing out the expressive impact of the materials used, is joined by high-tech physical plant systems that permit automation of every single function of the home.
Completely revised in terms of structure and layout by the architects Saverio Antonini and Andrea Grigoletti, the residence has two levels, for a total of about 120 m2.
The refined materials have been selected to create a warm, welcoming atmosphere. The cool tones in the kitchen and bath, with large gray stoneware tiles and total white furnishings, are joined by thermo-treated oak floors from the Alpen Parkett One collection by Woodco, in the Louis model that gives rise to interesting materic and chromatic contrasts.
The lighting has been designed to generate intimate, soft settings. The refined stylistic choices are accompanied by a focus on innovative physical plant systems, leading to the complete elimination of the use of gas. Thanks to the Easytech system, the entire house operates only with electrical energy.
The floor-based heating system is part of the automation: the radiant e-Membrane Floor by Easytech, matched with the superior quality of Alpen Parquet One, is activated only when sensors detect the need for warmth, with uniform efficacy across the entire floor surface.