Buratti architetti's villa carber redefines local typologies of val seriana in italy. Sitting on the first hills of Val Seriana in italy, villa carber by buratti architetti brushes the mountain on one side and opens up to the valley on the other. Playing with that duality, the house can be characterized by two facets: the northern side (mountain) composed of thick stone walls and small windows, and the southern facade (valley) with large glassed openings overlooking the extended terraces. The gable roof, traditional typology of the area, is re-interpreted with more sculptural qualities. Buratti architetti has selected the gable roof, a traditional typology of the area, as one of the main elements of the villa since it holds all different parts of the house together.