A villa in Noto, Sicily | housing
Programme: new bulding, interior desing, landscape project
Gloss Floor Area: 250mq
Photo: Andrea Martiradonna
The house is organized in three large distinct geometrical bodies that are visually connected by an itinerary of views that tether the interior and the exterior.
The three volumes define the house’s functions with their shape, the largest block defines the day living area, while the two smaller ones correspond to the sleeping areas
The choice of shapes, colours and materials underlines the design’s intention to build a contemporary architecture, in which to apply traditional elements; Noto stone is in fact the cladding chosen for the architectural volumes, while the darker Modica stone is chosen for the exterior flooring. Brown plaster outlines the corridor that crosses and connects all the house’s spaces.