The villa, designed by the Architect Francesca Sorci, is composed of large, geometric volumes, monolithic structures, with cubic or rectangular shapes, but covered with natural materials such as wood. The garden was created for this structure, looking for beauty in the strong contrasts that are created. The lines are soft and natural. The shrubs and the thickets also follow this idea, giving life to a natural, spontaneous, but extremely balanced and weighted environment. The garden consists of very particular blooms, even of significant heights, such as the Digitalis, of different colors. Sinuous trees such as Melia azedarach.
Garden and architecture, a perfect balance
Modern architecture and lush green spaces