Borgo di Ventoso - historic renovation
in this photo: the baby's room; exposed wooden beams, oak floor, thermal plaster around window
This three-story house is part of an historic 'borgo' (hamlet) comprised of several stone buildings dating to around the 16th Century. The house had not undergone any renovations since the 1950's or 60's. Our clients were a young Italian family of three, and our design brief was to renovate the house to meet current national Italian seismic standards and a level of energy efficiency that would make the project eligible for governmental tax breaks. For more information, please click the project title.
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The wood floors were made and installed by a local artisan, using local oak, and installed beautifully to integrate with the stone on the interior walls.