“Casa Ora”, a project by ZDA Zupelli Design Architettura

The project “Casa Ora”, in the province of Cremona, was born from the intersection of two linear volumes that, following the directions of the area, define the particular angular shape of the house. The two volumes accommodate the sleeping area and the open-space living area, delimiting the outdoor area of the garden, creating a continuous view of the pool area. Thanks to the presence of large windows on this side, the visual limit between inside and outside is eliminated, flooding the various rooms of the house with natural light.  

The prevalence of white plaster and natural stone on the outside of the flooring, but also on the walls and internal fixtures, creates a refined contrast with anthracite window frames and the natural wood touches chosen for the interiors and for some furnishing elements. The door handle Joy, here in its stainless steel satin finish, is perfectly combined with this linear domestic space, full of light.


The architects

The house is designed by ZDA Zupelli Design Architettura of Orzinuovi (Brescia), a studio that was born from the collaboration between Carlo Zupelli and his son Ezio, both architects graduated from Polytechnic in Milan. ZDA deals with residential architecture, interior design, product design, retail and art direction, following a design approach where attention to detail and research of materials are essential elements.