Located in Cuneo, Italy, B-House was designed by Damilano Studio Architects. An open front characterises B-HOUSE, a refuge without secret where inhabitants are offered views of the landscape from the mountains of Piedmont.
The house extends horizontally with a succession of spaces terminating in the kitchen, its windows acting as binoculars focused on the country.
In the opposite direction, the house spreads to the north with the body of the rooms, and maintains intimacy where the pool lies: a large body of water, reflections and light.
The plan is an immaculate inhabited area, corrupted by the materiality of a stone wall and traces of colour in some furniture.
The night reveals the depth of volume. Cuts in the facade leak bright highlights into the darkness.