La Casa Trasparente is a house conceptualized and built by Piero Canderle in 1973. It was featured in a 6 page article in Casa Vogue in 1980. It is a luminous and warm home, with the central living area characterized by two large glass windows, that make it visible from the outside. Hence the name, La Casa Trasparente. Over time, the residence has grown into more than 800 sq. mts.

In the last 6 years, some independent apartments and a B&B room has been added to the residence. The furniture of the house, including that of the apartments, is a pleasant balance between antique and modern styles.

  • La Casa Trasparente from the road
  • La Casa Trasparente from south-west
  • View on the hills from the house
  • La Casa Trasparente terrace on the south side
  • La Casa Trasparente at sunset
  • La Casa Trasparente against the light
  • La Casa Trasparente from the little pond
  • La Casa Trasparente south-west side
  • Sofas on the terrace
  • The terrace with the tables and the swing
  • The table in the terrace
  • The swing
  • The big private parking lot with independent entry
  • The area of the private parking lot
  • Relax area around the pool
  • Relax area around the pool