The project for a private villa located in the Abruzzo hillside, overseen by the ASV3 – Officina di Architettura and architect Valbonesi, stems from a desire to maintain a strong connection with the land, with forms and textures that recall its relationship with the lush surrounding landscape. This residence is situated in a hilly area near Atessa. The front of the site overlooks the valley, while the side is protected by a wooded area upstream.
Simple materials were primarily used: stone, wood and reinforced concrete, materials that strengthen the conviction of being able to create a building in harmony with the landscape. A residential solution that originates from the ground, binding itself with nature, while maintaining its strongly characterized identity.
Cotto d’Este was chosen by the designers to cover horizontal and vertical surfaces, both indoors and outdoors, with the BUXY collection, which takes inspiration from a kind of stone that originates from Burgundy in France, known for its distinctive colours and special punctiform graphic design.
The intensely natural effect lends warmth and elegance to the environment: rigor, simplicity and relationship are the project’s key words.
Buxy, in the NOISETTE finish, was used on the ground floor for the interior finishes of both the living area and dining area, as well as for the external garage flooring, covering a surface of around 100 sq m.