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Casa Carezza by Monovolume

Casa Carezza by Monovolume

Casa Carezza by Monovolume

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AUTHOR:

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PHOTO:

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YEAR:

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LOCATION:

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In Casa Carezza project, you used a type of construction that seems to use the dry system. Why did you choose this constructive method? 

Casa Carezza has not been built yet. The whole part above the zero quota is wood. This construction method is widely used in the mountains because it makes the building process faster. For the load-bearing structure, XLam wood was used and it was intended to remain visible on the inside of Casa Carezza. Then on the outside there will be an insulation and also an external cladding made of larch, which seems to be a very resistant wood.

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From our interview to Patrik Pedó

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