Date 2003 – 2005
Category: Interior Design, Residential
This villa is composed of three independent units, which rest on the slope of the hill in Ansedonia, united in the large open space facing the Monte Argentario.
The external materials and paving surfaces perfectly interpret the site: limestone, local tufa stone and wood, with the same essence found both inside and outside.
The modelling of the lacquered wood surfaces, steel elements and mirrors, together with the modules of the plant systems, characterise the interior spaces in a natural and precise manner.
The space that unites the dwelling units was designed with the same care given to the interiors: pedestrian paths and spaces, parapets and stairs, together with the plantings – partially existing, for example the ancient Holm oaks – form a single entity that offers the best possible interpretation of an extremely particular landscape.