A fascinating dark private house rises in the town of Sassuolo, part of Italy’s Emilia-Romagna region. This residential project is part of Bologna-based studio Enrico Iascone Architetti‘s portfolio and displays an eye-catching contemporary architecture shaped out of thick ceramic panels mounted on a ventilated wall with glass intrusions in the design – windows and the simply beautiful railing on the upper floor.
Completed in 2009, this residential structure is large enough to accommodate two families – its core was developed to strengthen the unified overall look, resulting in a single volume, two-family concrete building. Appearing as a closed volume, surrounded by green lawn and a large terrace, the Private House in Sassuolo is internally separated into two living zones, one for each family. Bifurcating from the core space, the house shelters separate lifestyles and each family benefits from its own garden.