As the title suggests, Under the Moonlight House seems to be a sort of metaphor. Actually, it is an inspiring contemporary residence, which seems to have something coming from history. It does not invoke only the past, but it is also related to contemporary alpine design.The villa makes you think about a game and, at the same time, it seems to belong to a different, unreal world. The building fits perfectly in the natural environment and this happens both at an interior level and at an external space.All the interior and exterior aspects was done by a Italian architect Giovanni D’Ambrosio.
The most obvious aspect, the shape is the expression of a certain typology, of the countryside and all what it stands for, without being something off-hand; everything suggests comfort, no matter the season. The materials: stone, wood, metal are part of the local historical background, underlining the importance of tradition in the contemporary society. Both levels of the villa seem to be perfect for the entire atmosphere, while the garden, the deck, the sheltered parking, the spa are only a few elements that speak for themselves.