Casa Di Sassuolo by Enrico Iascone Architetti
by Ted Savage / September 7, 2012
A light-filled family home that looks monolithic and imposing at first glance, Casa Di Sassuolo by Enrico Lascone Architetti is all clever use of materials.


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Above ground: prefabricated wood skinned with massive (and superthin) gray-black Laminam ceramic slabs, with photovoltaic film on the roof (just knowing it is up there is nice!). Below ground: concrete. Glass everywhere. Via ArchDaily. Photos: Daniele Domenicali.

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