House in Ansedonia

A small 1960’s villa built with local materials (wood, local stone and rough plaster), has undergone  a major renovation redesigning the facades and redistributing and optimizing the interiors for a contemporary use of the space. The entire outdoor has been reorganized: the stone walls of the house are permeable membranes through which the interior space is doubled in the outside organized space. Great attention has been paid to the use and the choice of materials: travertine, fossil sandstone, raw oak, black Etruscan tiles, natural brass. Fabrics and furnishings were designed and created to turn this house into a contemporary dwelling where time flows more slowly surrounded by the Mediterranean scrub.

Project code:
l.c /09
Work:
Progetto di risanamento conservativo
Place:
Ansedonia (GR)
Area:
218 mq interno e 310 mq giardino
Year:
2015
In collaboration with:
Arch. Marta Bastianello

Photographer: Marta Bastianello