This is our blog. It shows who we are, what we like, our philosophy, our tastes. It's an excercise to understand better what CaSA is.
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Ekkehard Altenburger  - Mirrorhouse, 1996

Ekkehard Altenburger  - Mirrorhouse, 1996

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CaSA is on a new building site, a small, all white apartment in Sitges. More pictures to come soon.

CaSA is on a new building site, a small, all white apartment in Sitges. More pictures to come soon.

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CaSA as photographed by Paul Sepuyahttp://paulsepuya.com 

CaSA as photographed by Paul Sepuya
http://paulsepuya.com 

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Our project Casa H Brussels is Dwell main feature this week!
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CaSA is on the way to Salone del Mobile, Milan. See you there!
www.colomboserboli.com

CaSA is on the way to Salone del Mobile, Milan. See you there!
www.colomboserboli.com

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Gnam Box meets Openhouse, Barcelona, March 2012

CaSA is proud to have participated to this warm, wonderful, cozy and tasty event.

THANKS!

www.gnambox.com

www.openhousebcn.com

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Spanish artist Pablo Valbuena, puntos de fuga / vanishing points, exhibition in Max Estrella Gallery in Madrid, 2010.
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Spanish artist Pablo Valbuena, puntos de fuga / vanishing points, exhibition in Max Estrella Gallery in Madrid, 2010.

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Casa delle Bottere by John Pawson

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John Pawson - Casa delle Bottere, Treviso, Italy.

Casa delle Bottere is a private house designed by that British architect and designer John Pawson.
The main building, surrounded by a large botanical garden with a swimming pool and an annexe, consists of a single floor which blends seamlessly with the natural environment. Pawson has drawn on Palladio’s and Carlo Scarpa’s tradition by designing a minimalist building over a rigid symmetrical plan and by selecting a limited number of materials like pietra serena stone for the floor and white concrete for the roof.

Casa delle Bottere, can be considered as one of Italy’s best examples of sustainable homebuilding. The elegant and austere interior hides a large and complex service engineering system. Shafts run from the electrical and mechanical centres positioned in the basement and are distributed throughout the house, extending to the second building, called the Gate House, whose roof has been covered with photovoltaic panels. Eight geothermal wells located south of the main building provide ideal ambient temperature and energy saving throughout the year. The use of renewable energy sources, strategic selection of suitable materials and the architectural and structural characteristics of the building are qualities that have enabled Casa delle Bottere to be awarded the CasaClima Oro certification (namely “zero-consumption house”) by the Agenzia CasaClima, a most sought-after and highly respected qualification given to fewer than 100 houses in Italy. 

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playing with Positive/Negative

Ryoji Ikeda - db at Hamburger Banhof, Berlin

January 28 - April 9, 2012

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