The integration of this small vacation house with the surrounding landscape is achieved through the use of broad inclined wood pergolas and local stone retaining walls, that relate the house to the natural slope of the  ground. The traditional materials used, from the ochre plastered walls to the handmade clay tiles of the roof and terraces, contribute to tie the house  to the place. In contraposition the interior, with the blue tiles of the pavement and the blue colored mass of the fireplace and built-in seats, recalls the view of the sea from inside.

residential project

San Vito, ITALY 1997

VIA PANDORA 7  90151 PALERMO ITALY | +39 347 1285360 | francescosantoroarch@gmail.com

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