In Liguria, in the historical centre of Alassio, few steps from the blue sea, this house is born from here, from “blu dipinto di blu” of the Mediteranean sea and from the spring’s sky. It’s a house that climbs through the roofs. You log in from a small alley of the centre, few steps from the touristic attraction of “budello” and goes up through steep stair of black slate which bring to the entrance. There, a warm wood stair welcomes , close but never dark.
Characterized by the warm of oak wood and vertical light cuts on the blank walls with blue gashes. You come in the night floor (unexpected inversion to stay on the roofs), where rooms and a bathroom open and with another stair arrive on the attic, a large set with roofs sight. Roof’s grey fir and warm oak of the floor, a blue wall, some vintage posters surprise you. The black glass kitchen dominates the set, side by side a table in black corian, surmounted by bright and joyfull suspensions.
A blue sofa and some Pop objects (a red wow blench and a yellow cactus) complete the living which overlooks a wonderful well terrace where you dominate the historical roofs and you can see the blue sea again.
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PROJECT House in Alassio
ARCHITECTS Giacomo Airaldi Architetto | Sinapsiarchitettura
LOCATION Alassio (SV), Italy
LEAD DESIGNER Giacomo Airaldi
PHOTO Davide Gonella