Residential ArchitectureHousesThis Mountain Cabin Evokes Ancient Flavors Mixed with Contemporary Geometries

This Mountain Cabin Evokes Ancient Flavors Mixed with Contemporary Geometries

This Mountain Cabin Evokes Ancient Flavors Mixed with Contemporary Geometries

Architect: Luca Soave
Project: Mountain cabin
Location: Limone Piemonte, Cuneo, Italy
Photography: Daniele Molineris

Limone Piemonte mountain cabin is a small house surrounded by mountains in which the design process purpose pay attention to evocate ancient flavours mixed with contemporary geometries.

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