Escape to this restored mountain home in the Piedmontese Alps

The following description is courtesy of the architects. Lou Estela was born from the need to save and restore a typical mountain metato; a chestnut drying room, now unused, with a square plan, with stone walls and a wood and sheet metal roof. Its limited surface did not allow the insertion of the rooms necessary to satisfy the primary comforts of a private residence, the main destination desired by the client, making it necessary to insert an additional body that would integrate with the landscape and the surrounding context where the existing is not forgotten but rather consolidated and recovered by adding an extension, a body from scratch, totally in local wood that is pronounced towards the Piedmontese Alps…

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