In this project, i try to preserve the concept of cabaña celtica, in shape, style, type of material etc.
On the ground floor are the following spaces: living-dining room, kitchen, studio, bathroom and storage room. in the exterior part is the terrace.

On the first floor are the following spaces: a main bedroom with its bathroom, two secondary bedrooms with its shared bathroom, and a small area for a sofa. each bedroom with its closet.

Access to the cabin is located on the west side, through the terrace. all the main spaces and the terrace are located on the west side, since it is the side with the greatest view to the outside. The secondary spaces such as bathrooms, studio and storage room are located on the south side, which is the side with the less view.

The staircase was located in the center and on the south side to facilitate the connection with other spaces.

The materials used are: exterior stone walls, internal walls of wood panels, exterior floor of laja stone, the structure of the ceiling of the terrace is wood, the interior floor is wood, type parquet, doors and windowsare made of wood.

The staircase is made of wood, the structure of the ceiling will be of wood and the cover type slate.

The style of the windows is made of celtic cabin type wood, not very large (1.00 mts) the windows on the ground floor are not in line with those on the first floor, as their were designed in that time.

"celtic" Mountain Chalet


41022 Fiumalbo, Province of Modena, Italy