Villa Renovation CC / Matteo Foresti

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Situation Plan Situation Plan

Text description provided by the architects. Secretly hidden behind its walls, the house remained quiet. Throughout a century, from a small house, the construction has grown: two shops, a bathroom, and a few other rooms have invaded, little by little the patio.

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The first step of the project was the main one: remove all unnecessary constructions. To get closer to the origins. Suddenly, the volumes got clearer.

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The thick stone walls were revealed. New openings generated a new circulation between the public rooms (livingroom, kitchen, dining room) and the patio.

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Sections Sections

The first floor, where the common livingroom dominates the patio, offers privacy and silence to the rooms. Between the inside and the

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the white walls have became the silent background for the intense sunlight of San Vito.

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