The villa with pool, designed for a newly-wed couple by Roselli Architect(s), is set in the hinterland north of Bari where it borders the lower Murgia, along the road linking Terlizzi (Bari) with the XII century mediaeval hamlet of Sovereto, ancient abode of the Knights Templar, in a landscape characterized by centuries-old olive trees and dry-stone walls. The 1,000 sq. m lot is part of a larger subdivision composed of 6 lots destined for the construction of single-family villas.
Private House - Palermo
The apartment is located in a historic building dating back to the early 1900’s, in Palermo on the elegant Via Libertà, a street rich in architectural artefacts of the early twentieth century. As was customary for the apartments of the time, the various environments were distributed along a long narrow corridor, creating an excessive subdivision of the rooms. The entrance and the kitchen area were located in the darkest part of the house, and received light only from the narrow courtyard. The most interesting view of Via Libertà was from the part opposite the entrance, which was divided into two small, interconnected rooms.
The customers decided to embellish the headquarters of their company, Euro Poliuretani in Trebaseleghe (PD), with Wall: Miami design. The changing effect of this wall panelling arises not only from using oak strips, from different trees or from different parts of the same tree trunk, but also from alternating the direction of the wood fibres with two different depths.
The refurbishment was carried out on a light-filled apartment located in the Prati neighbourhood of Rome, a predominantly urban setting, on the seventh floor of a 1950s building overlooking the Parco di Monte Ciocci, a panoramic green area in the First Municipality of Metroplitan Rome.