Camillo Botticini Architect finished the outline of Alps Villa, an extensive moderate manor roosted 2,300 feet up on a mountain go in Lumezzane, Italy. Incorporated in a glorious regular habitat, the home is a desert spring of serenity.
The 3,875-square-foot home, built of oxidized copper and wood, has a captivating shape and outline. Three volumes differing in stature are converged to make a sporadic C-molded floor arrange. One of them contains three rooms; another components the front room, whose roofs take off over 14 feet.