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A concept pleasantly integrated into the landscape

A concept pleasantly integrated into the landscape


In designing this stone villa in Italy, on a hillside overlooking one of Liguria’s gulfs, Giordano Hadamik Architects emphasizes the cultural landscape of the local terraces and the client’s desire for a unique home in which to spend time with the family and reconnect with nature.

The villa, of approximately 200 m2, is composed of two underground half-volumes on one level, following the morphology of the site and creating a large central entrance that leads, on one side, to a large open living space with dining area and kitchen and, on the other, to five bedrooms, all of which have a private outdoor space and sea views. The sunny terrace in front of the living room opens to an infinity pool overlooking the beautiful valley. The hallway and service areas are all naturally lit with large opening skylights. The home includes a pantry, laundry room, storage rooms, technical service rooms, and outdoor storage in the garage with two parking spaces. Extensive perimeter walls create continuity between the building, interior and exterior. The garden patio and sunshade awnings produce a mediating filter between inside and outside. The green roof contributes to the harmonious insertion in the landscape and minimizes the visual impact of the building. To amplify the natural environment, the house is surrounded by Mediterranean tree species. A combination of gravel and wood surfaces maximizes the permeability of the land. Highly insulated underground shelving and solar and renewable energy management significantly reduce consumption while ensuring superior comfort, bringing the building up to Passivhaus standards. The design by Giordano Hadamik Architects optimizes the natural habitat, incorporating the beauty of the Mediterranean scrub surrounding the residence.

On the terrace, a wooden awning frames a space set up as an outdoor lounge and furnished with Flexform pieces, such as the Atlante sofa, combined with the Any Day Outdoor and Pico Outdoor coffee and side tables,
also by Flexform.

Large windows open the spaces to the terrace furnished with Carlotta Outdoor chairs
and stools in earth tones by Flexform.

Outdoor dining becomes a pleasure, weather permitting,
with the Fly Outdoor table and First Steps Outdoor chairs from Flexform.

Flexform’s Alison Outdoor Sofa offers poolside comfort at 14 meters long,
allowing residents to enjoy impressive views.

A corner arrangement of the Asolo seating system, a pair of Tessa armchairs and Pico and Fly coffee and side tables, all by Flexform, comfortably outfit the space adjacent to the wood-paneled fireplace.

The kitchen’s atmosphere is informal and relaxed. Designed as a quiet space to prepare and enjoy meals, its island is furnished with First Steps bar stools from Flexform.

The Pico table and Joyce chairs from Flexform enhance the dining room.

The Joyce armchair from Flexform is characterized by a perfect balance between
design and classicism.

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In the living room, the Pico coffee table from Flexform features
tapered legs that bring a touch of dynamism and a remarkable visual lightness.

In the cozy, intimate bedroom, a Gregory bed is paired with a Piuma nightstand and a Guscio armchair,
all from Flexform.

Designed by Antonio Citterio for Flexform, the Tessa armchair, made of wood
and woven fibers, invites you to relax.

This bathroom is clad in natural stone and equipped with oak furniture
and Corian sanitaryware.

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