Historical Renaissance villa
The Florentine studio Sammarro Architecture Studio brings back to its ancient splendor one of the most important artistic heritage of the 15th century located in the Florence neighboring hills. Developed by architect Luigi Sammarro, the main purpose of the restoration project is the dialogue between two styles: the Renaissance and contemporary ones. The soft and newly added lines of the restored environments as well as the use of custom-designed furnishings, design icons with a minimal and decisive character and also refined and original materials enhance the pre-existing architecture. The result is an elegant and refined construction, which knows how to amaze and captivate with its spaces and its contrasts. The elegant villa is a continuous alternation of solids and voids, protrusions and recesses, of geometric shapes with clean but captivating lines that intermingle each other. The intervention of the new insertion of the elevator inside the villa, not only provides the connection between the two floors of the Villa, but also offers a new compositional reading of the space. De Castelli's Scomposta & Boiserie cladding system, designed and made to measure, introduces a new full-height architectural element that defines itself its centrality. By choosing stainless steel as main material a high technical performance is guaranteed whereas the finishing striped DeLabré gives sobriety and elegance. Also the direction of the stripes emphasizes the verticality of the volume by balancing the relationship with the existing shapes.
Architect Sammarro Architecture Studio - Architetto Luigi Sammarro
Photo Michel Notarangelo