The architects Emanuela Maffei and Lodovica Roncaglione thus conceived a single-family housing unit of about 600 square meters, arranged on two levels above ground and a basement. The choice of materials was designed to create an atmosphere reminiscent of the industrial architecture of the late 1800s. Wood, exposed bricks, concrete and iron are the protagonists of this environment. To make the house comfortable, great attention has been paid to the acoustic and air treatment aspects, fundamental elements in the new concept of living. Performance excellence was achieved with the use of alternative energies, employing five geothermal probes of 136 m each, which, through a radiant floor, give the house a pure sensation of perceived well-being, using very low operating temperatures.