The building is a single-family residence designed specifically for an archaeologist.
The volume is a simple rectangular-based parallelepiped in which additional cubic blocks completely covered with stone have been inserted and set. from a material point of view, the building recalls the brick textures of the ancient walls and the large stone ashlars that often interrupted the plot to act as an architrave or corner stone. In this house, the bricks have been replaced with reused cane blocks and the stone with slabs and blocks of travertine marble.

@Luca Compri // LCA architetti

The building is on two levels above ground: on the ground floor there is a large and bright living room with kitchen and dining room and a small bathroom; on the first floor there are the bedrooms, two master bathrooms and the private study of the client; all windows dialogue with the surrounding landscape characterized by vineyards and meadows. The materials used are all recycled materials taken from disused quarries or landfills of building materials, the building has also been isolated to better reduce consumption to a minimum.