This contemporary residence, completed in 2010 and by the architectural firm Architrend Architecture, is located in Marina di Ragusa in Sicily. The villa is characterized by an L-shaped floor plan of one floor and is set around a large swimming pool with solarium paved with planks of larch treated with an impregnating white. A continuous glass that develops for the whole perimeter of the house facing the sea view guarantees the continuity of the internal – external ( In my opinion too with regard to the sleeping area, that perhaps is a little “Featured”. This is obviously a choice of linear aesthetics but in the end I think it feels a little practice in livability…However spectacular!).
The interior furnishings are essential; the doors are designed as full-height panels of the same thickness of the partition, and then flush with the wall on both its internal chamber and the external corridor; are matt white lacquered wood, white as all the walls of the house, white as the wooden beams of the roof. The dining table is a Saarinen Tulip (Table I also chose to mia dining area in round!), the chairs are the standard 7 Arne Jacobsen in.
Two walls surround the entrance side and the opposite edge of the pool. Divedere A wall-roof there is a high window and continues. The only disturbing element in the midst of all these neutral materials (white wood, glass, cement, steel ) is the scale at the entrance, consists of a thin metal sheet bent at which takes place as a red carpet.
Take your cue from: The slats bleached floors and cement, The long windows to stop the continuous wall – ceiling (very good if used as internal solution), the living area totally open on the patio outside and as a continuation of the house, ottomans vintage bag for outdoor furniture.
(Architrend Architecture, Moreno Maggi, Architizer)