Former equestrian area of the remote village of Sainte-Marie-Sicche, the project for a school in strega aims being a harmonious and a manifest integration on a meadow invaded by ferns and trees. Real oppidum facing a large landscape, the project stands up for the vegetal world. Wood, omnipresent in this context, offers the building the opportunity to live in real symbiosis with the nature. Proposing a delicate implementation, this natural material is above all the synonymous of comfort. It is a choice in total adequacy with a program for young kids. Pine cleats, placed vertically, create a natural Continue reading "School a Strega, Corsica by Amelia Tavella Architects"
<img src="https://archinect.imgix.net/uploads/ab/abcee955989a4f78d23646d407256f33.jpg?fit=crop&auto=compress%2Cformat&w=1200" border="0" />This project is slipping, in its streamlined shape, on a vast blank ground between two century-old oaks. The first of these oaks, marking the entrance, could be a living picture setting the scene through the large window of the restaurant, while the second oak could be the inhabited tree of the playground.