Exogram House No. 2 is a single-family house in the province of Bergamo designed by architect Joseph di Pasquale. It is an expression of the concept of hexagram. The use of the 3D modeler and freehand drawing directly on the screen led to the “genetic sketch” in which the image of the hexagram of this architecture appeared for the first time.
A sort of architectural shell, a “three-dimensional logo”, which is defined as the frozen movement of architectural elements dynamically connected. The house is developed on three levels: a basement with a tavern and additional rooms, the ground floor used as a living room and the first floor as the night area.
The facade facing the street is totally blind. The large glazed openings placed on the lateral sides along the east-west axis allow you to enjoy the natural light offering an excellent garden view. The building is designed for a low environmental impact aimed at saving energy and reducing CO2 emissions. For further information, please visit www.jdparchitects.com.
PROJECT Exogram Houses ARCHITECTS JDP Architects LOCATION Bergamo (BG), Italy YEAR 2018 LEAD ARCHITECT Joseph di Pasquale PHOTO JDP Architects
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