RESTORATION OF A RURAL BUILDING OF THE XVI CENT
This courtyard was originally a small monastery that later became an agricultural complex consisting of house, stable with the overlying barn and a separate deposit.
Despite being a minor country architecture, the restoration aimed at preserving and enhancing the specific characteristics of this complex from the early ‘500.
So, special attention was directed to restore all the original structures, made by stone walls and wooden beams, through the use of natural materials that are not invasive in the context of philological building restoration.
According to these principles, all the gaps in the shed and barn, were closed with large windows, in order to maintain the legibility of the original volume.
The interiors enhance this intervention, here the restoration of the original floors and walls communicates with the presence of modern contemporary design furniture.