rationalism and light in bassa veronese
In a traditional town in the southern Veronese lowlands, a new construction stands out, that is not characterized by anything traditional. Villa Verona, with its strongly modern and minimal appearance, stands out from any other building around it, constituting an unexpected and surprising architectural singularity.
The white volumes, pure in their essentiality of straight lines and right angles, suggest the compositional rigor typical of rationalist architecture. The aesthetics of the structure is given by clean shapes, ribbon windows that pierce the facades allowing in the maximum possible daylight, and by the finishing materials used, reduced to a minimum and all with the same shade, a warm and elegant white colour.
The colours and the treatment of the surfaces give the illusion of a continuous space, both inside and outside; on the other hand, flush wall doors combine with concealed blackout blinds creating an environment that is free from any element or unnecessary decoration.
This custom design project suits the taste of the owners in each and every detail: lighting, as well the spaces dedicated to various functions, were designed and wanted in this particular way, in a perspective of exemplary homogeneity and consistency.
The aesthetic-spatial ideal of the homeowners was translated into concrete and functional architecture by Bomer Technical Studio architects, obtaining a home that is both, simple and personalized down to the smallest details.
The rooms are full of light: numerous windows play with the geometries of the facades creating alternating cuts of emptiness and fullness, a sober rhythmic motif that breaks the continuity of the walls. The Skyline Minimal Frames collection of windows and doors is the representative of the entire project’s guiding concepts: modernity, minimalism, purity, elegance, and customization.
Exceptionally narrow timber profile, varnished in accordance with the customized sample to blend further with the context, creates the illusion of a two-dimensional drawing traced on a transparent wall, a refined presence with a graphic character.
Skyline Sliding lift and slide doors, equipped with triple glazing and low aluminium bottom rail, appear incredibly light despite their significant dimensions such as, for example, those present in the wellness area, where the sashes reach 3 meters both in height and in length.