Tucked into the hillside in the hills just outside Turin, the Casa Y is a single family home with a group of discreet concrete buildings that connected by a narrow outdoor staircase, overlooking the landscape of valley through the spacious balcony.
This house is charactered by unrendered fair-faced concrete walls, and the horizontal corten slats shielding the full- height glazed façades to create a secluded area in front of each room.
The living area is a large environment whose ample loggia projects outwards from the rest of the building nestled into the sloping terrain.
Inspiration from architect:
Deceptively rough, the building’s geometry is posited on refinement and elegance.
This is evidenced by the juxtaposition of materials like fair- faced concrete and steel, and the contrasting textures are also a feature of the interiors.