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Renato Arrigo | Villa with Annex

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A perimeter wall which marks the villa a rhythm of solidity and void, of openings and closings, then realigns with the other, parallel, in the annex, which becomes a boundary, between transparency and closure.

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Villa Sisci 008A staircase, without boundaries, projected towards a transparent ceiling, where they meet the clouds.

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Villa Sisci 015An access path, the outer one, enters the house, then leads outside, becoming flooring, then cement.

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Architect: Renato Arrigo
Photographer: Maria Teresa Furnari
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