Stands on a old agricultural district of Bellinzona in the canton of Ticino in Switzerland, the Casa Grossi-Giordano is a private family house with geometric shape and concrete facade.
Architects: Guidotti Architetti
Location: Monte Carasso, Switzerland
Photographs: Filippo Simonetti
On the southern front, a facade consists of a beam backhand with central support for the beam size and the absence of elements related to domestic architecture becomes.
The wall on which the beam divides the public space of arrival to the private garden and the porch connects these two spaces and leads to the entrance of the building.
Inspiration from architect:
Sandwich panels of reinforced concrete laid on the building site already finished – including technical infrastructure – reducing the risk of distortions in the implementation phase. The design of the building according to a modular principle reduces the number of types of elements and details of assembly, streamlining the execution and containing costs.