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The aim of the project is to live the hills and the surrounding wood in a modern way, but linked to the region tradition. That’s why we used such materials as bircks, wood and iron, juxtaposed with wide windows that bring the landscape inside the architecture.

The classic pithced roof silouhette of the house is proposed for the main villa, the volume is then cut by walls, that move and diversify the main volume while defining the different functional areas also.These walls become a main feature, they expand into the surrounding nature, so that the limit between landscapes and architecture fades away.

The depandance and the second villa, despite being set in a more traditional way than the villa, they still are in continuity with it by using the same materials such as wood and bricks.The use of brick pilasters, gelosia windows and traditional roof tiles go back to the tradition of old barns.