Updated: Dec 10, 2020
In this project located in Sicily, in an old olive grove, a rectangular prism embedded in the mountain which rises at the top of the hill. The materials rooted in the place are used, such as stone-to-bone walls, which are used locally to delimit agricultural fields and farms. The inside-outside relationship prevails since all the windows go from floor to ceiling, to allow it to be extended beyond the limits of the thick walls. Two levels are established. The upper one is the access and parking of the clients' cars, and the lower one is the house, barbecue and the pool.
"We are just the wall that holds back the garden"(Eduardo Lizalde).