意大利,San Valentino别墅/Stephen Unger

建筑师: Stephen Unger事务所

地点: Merano, Alto Adige, 意大利

负责建筑师: Stephan Unger

助理: Wolfgang Höllmüller

基地经理: Martin Geier, Franz Derntl

客户: Dr.Erich Höller

工程: Gerhard Derntl

项目面积: 400 平方米

项目年代: 2006-2008

摄影: Franz Derntl, Ann-Brigit Hiiller, Fokus Vinschgau, Fokus Etschtal, Ganther Stockklauser

任务

高设计水平的三代人同居的住宅。

设计概念

独栋住宅,一般性的使用空间,屋顶统一了两个独立的使用空间。

方向

考虑了景观视线要求

住宅的东翼朝向d’adige河谷,西翼朝向Val Venosta。

设计

建筑的形状依据本地山脉的特点,以及道路和日照条件,窗户和阴影的位置等,对窗户的能量进行了平衡和优化。

外貌

现代化的住宅,加上传统的外表皮:阿尔卑斯山代表性的落叶松木瓦立面传统工艺。

室内

选择典型的地方材料:Lasa的大理石,斑岩,花岗岩,落叶松和橡木。

可持续发展

*根据当地气候条件的进行设计

*使用耐久的材料

*设计依据地貌特征

*采用当地传统工艺和建筑类型

*采用当地资源和自然材料

*使用可再生能源(地下水,太阳光)

*满足个人和家庭要求

*设计考虑了太阳的轨迹

*全景景观


Architects: Architekt Stephen Unger

Location: Merano, Alto Adige, Italy

Architect in Charge: Stephan Unger

Assistant: Wolfgang Höllmüller

Site Manager: Martin Geier, Franz Derntl

Client: Dr.Erich Höller

Engineering: Gerhard Derntl

Project Area: 400 sqm

Project Year: 2006-2008

Photographs: Franz Derntl, Ann-Brigit Hiiller, Fokus Vinschgau, Fokus Etschtal, Ganther Stockklauser

Task

Planning of a bi-familiar house on high architectonic level for the cohabitation of 3 generations with common spaces.

Idea

To create a monolithic house with common spaces, under whose roof two independent habitation units are unified.

Orientation

Considering the orientation of the views.

The east-wing is looking towards Valle d‘adige and the west-wing Val Venosta.

Design

The form answers to the characteristics of local mountains and its three-dimensional facade to the path oft he sun. The windows and the shadings are positioned such way, that the energy balance is optimized and the panorama is introduced in picture frames.

Appearance

A modern house with a traditional dressing : The larch-wood shingle fa?ade is representing the traditional craft of the Alps-region Upper Adige.

Interior

The chosen materials are typical for the place: marble of Lasa, porphyr, granite, wood of the larch and the oak.

Sustainability

* The standards of “Casa Clima” under respecting the local climate conditions

* The use of high quality materials with long duration

* The characteristics of the landscape

* The local traditions of craft and building typologies

* The use of local recourses and natural materials

* The use of renewable energies (groundwater, sun)

* The personal needs and demands for the families

* The orientation of the sun-path

* The introduction of the landscape as panorama views