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Riccardo Cassina Corrado Spinelli Architetti Design a Contemporary Home in Brenna, Italy

By • Jun 9, 2017

This beautiful house, located in the municipality of Brenna, Province of Como, Italy, was designed by the architectural firm Riccardo Cassina Corrado Spinelli Architetti.

It is located in a beautiful area full of trees and green vegetation that provide the house not only shade and freshness in the days of intense heat, but also privacy.

In the interior, we can see the use of natural wood as the main material in both floors and in the beautiful ceilings that form an important part of the charm of the house.

Dirt road leading to the house
Structure seen through the thick forest of trees
Structure seen through the thick forest of trees
Structure of glass seen from the outside
Structure of glass seen from the outside
View of the house from the outside
View of the house from the outside
View of the house from the outside
Forest view from the terrace

In the back, a glass pavilion has been added, where an additional dining room has been placed, with beautiful views over the forest of trees that surrounds it. It also has a fireplace to provide warmth on the cold winter days.

The living room, with modern furniture, shares space with the kitchen and the small dining room located there.

The stairs, designed in wood, take us to the upper level where the most striking feature is the magnificent wooden ceiling, with thick beams that cross it from one side to the other, adding a touch of charm.

Living room, kitchen, and dining room with hardwood floors
Glass annex with dining area and fireplace
Glass annex with dining area and fireplace
Stairs of thick wood
Stairs of thick wood
Stairs of thick wood

Both in the bedroom and in the bathroom, skylights have been installed on the ceilings, allowing daylight to enter and fill the spaces.

Bedroom with wooden ceiling
Bathroom with skylight and wooden ceiling
Bathroom with wooden floors
Bathroom with skylight and wooden ceiling

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