Architecture · March 13, 2021 0

Outdoor Lighting Adds A Dramatic Element To This Modern White House

Indirect outdoor lighting is a key design feature on this modern house in Italy, designed by Jacopo Masheroni Architecture.

During the day, the outdoor spaces are covered by the extended roofline, creating a shady spot for relaxing while taking in the view of the garden and the swimming pool.

A minimalist white house with covered outdoor patios and glass walls.

At night, the house comes alive with hidden lighting that follows the lines of the home, showcasing the straight edges and textures of the white gravel path.

A minimalist white house with outdoor lighting that highlights the crisp architectural lines.

The 52 foot (16m) zero-edge swimming pool is flanked by two cabanas that house lounges with comfortable seating, while the lighting shines through the slat walls.

A pair of modern cabanas flank a long infinity edge swimming pool.
Photography by Jacopo Mascheroni | Architect: Jacopo Masheroni Architecture – Jacopo Mascheroni (Principal), Diego Magrì (Project Manager), and Bartolomeo Zanotti (Project Architect) | Lighting: Otylight