The house, built in the 80s on a hillside with a view of Lake Maggiore, was completely gutted, overhauled, and adapted to the visions of the new owner.
In the previously low and dark rooms, all ceiling and wall panelling was removed. New, large window openings not only allow more daylight into the house, but also allow the spectacular landscape to be experienced indoors.
Breathable lime plaster has been applied to all the interiors and generous boards of white oiled parquet have been laid. A sophisticated lighting concept makes the rooms appear brighter and larger.
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