Organized by a series of parallel walls, this house is derived from traditional rural architecture, typical of southern Italy. In this particular project, the roofs are supported on stone walls that extend beyond the house to create more intimate areas in the garden and to frame views of the sea. The walls mark the structure of the landscape running parallel to the contour lines, while the square tower marks a singularity around which the rest of the house takes shape.

Credits:
Alessandra Dini

 

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