The reconstruction project of the Cascina Nuova is based
on the conservation of the architectural type with particular regard to the maintenance of the setting of the south face, strongly characterized by the double height barn where the tuff pillars emerged as the only distinguishing marks in the hilly landscape .
It was thus decided to keep the giant order of nineteenth-century composition covering the empty barns with elements of steel and glass floor to ceiling that would allow also, once opened the large French windows on the ground floor, to build up again that absence of demarcation between the yard and barn typical of the original building.
The new achievements was inserted in the context of existing materials and technologies using the same or similar to the original ones and typical of the area: the canton (local tuff), brick, tile Piedmont, iron and steel the windows wider, the wood for those more reduced.
From a structural point of view has been expanded the central span, to obtain living environments of large dimensions, making maximum use of traditional techniques of coverage, without resorting to use techniques and materials certainly more efficient but not related to the context.
In the basement there is a section for storage and tasting of wines produced from estate vineyards surrounding the farm itself.