Wohnhaus Pliscia 13, Enneberg by Pedevilla Architekten
The Mountains tend to remove us from the world – and yet bring us closer emotionally. The solitude, the calm and the proximity to nature de-sync our daily routines. It is this harmony that is one with the mountains, which was transferred to the architecture of the House Nr.13 Pliscia.
La Pedevilla is a modern refuge, high up in the Dolomites, which had been designed with a lot of sensitivity to its surround. Part of a small hamlet and part of a settlement consisting of only a few houses, does the vacation home attune with its traditional neighboring buildings. The dark forms with two gable roofs nestle along the hillside and build an ensemble in the characteristic “Paarhof”-construction method. The houses open up toward the valley where large windows retrieve and invite nature into the interior and offer breathtaking mountain panorama views.
Photography: Gustav Willeit
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