These days, Italian homes seem to come in all shapes and sizes. Picture a rectangular home with windows at pretty much every corner you go. Sound intriguing? Well that’s only the least of what the uniquely designed House F by architect Biasi Bonomini Vairo has to offer. This house is more than just meets the eye. Originally meant to be a renovation of a split-level house from the early 70’s, this villa was designed around the rather rugged landscape of Trieste, Italy. What’s unique about it is that the interior design consists of floors arranged on literally three different levels. You can only imagine how it must have been for the architect to account for all of the roughly faced terrain surrounding the area. The ground floor has living rooms as well as kitchen and dining areas all situated on nothing but pure white space. What’s even more fascinating is that you can literally go for a swim in the sea just by walking out the back door. Covered by sliding glass walls, the rear portion of the house overlooks the sea in a beach house styled manner. Now of course it comes as no surprise that the second floor has multiple balconies conveniently located on different sides of the house. This all around white covered villa just seems to have it all.
Source: Arch Daily