Italian architectural studio Bergmeisterwolf has fixed up a modern extension for a 17th-century villa, with a twist. In addition to containing large panelled windows along the side of the extension, these windows have an automated system that allows them to disappear into the floor, allowing for unrestricted access inside of the house and into the garden area. The L-shaped extension contains two rooms that both contain the vanishing walls. Other features included within the extension include a dyed concrete material used to construct the roof and the floor.
View the project above and head over to Bergmeisterwolf’s website to view some of its other work.