The SV House by architect Rocco Borromini spoils its habitants with lush views of the Alps from its location in Albosaggia, Italy. The three-storey home keeps the charm of its original structure, but comes with all the comforts of modernity.

Utilizing stone, wood and glass, the house’s living space is a melange of rustic and contemporary. One can cozy up in front of the fireplace in the open-plan living room while enjoying the light filtering through the floor-to-ceiling windows. A wooden staircase with transparent landings lead to the second floor’s bedroom and bath, while the third floor houses the master bedroom, which offers incredible views of the surrounding landscape.

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