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Noname Studio：Carovigno is a small town in the province of Brindisi, in the southern region of Puglia. The house is generated from the natural elements in which it is immersed. The first consists of a low existing limestone blocks wall delimiting the karst part of the terrain from the natural podium on which the villa stands. The olive trees, an almost constant presence throughout the Apulian agricultural landscape as well as an invaluable resource, give the second element: abstract sculptures shaped by time and wind.
▼石灰石堆砌的矮墙 The limestone blocks wall
The project is developed on a land extended from east to west, completely populated by medium-sized olive trees. The house is reached through a gravel driveway that moves to reveal humanized nature only at the end. The construction takes place while preserving as much as possible the integrity of the existing olive trees, only three of which have been relocated within the land. A centuries-old olive tree, casually placed in the middle of the natural podium, is the real central point of the building, whose presence determines its footprint.
▼碎石车道 The gravel driveway
The composition of the building explicitly announces the hierarchy of functions and their reciprocal relationship in space: a cube contains the living area of the villa and intersects a low oblong prism of the sleeping area. The two volumes are slightly rotated to embrace the centuries-old olive tree, the centre of an open terrace and the main relational space as well as the heart of the outdoor life.
▼天然露台中央的百年橄榄树 The centuries-old olive tree
The margin between the inside and the outside of the house is expressed in a system of natural light mediation devices. A vertical skylight that allows the winter light, lower on the horizon, to penetrate inside the house, interrupts the attic between the kitchen and the dining area.
▼边界处的自然光控装置 A system of natural light mediation devices
The different geometry of the openings frames the rural landscape giving it always distinct aspects, the vertical pivot opening of the master bathroom overlooks a private patio, a place where the owners can live following the rhythm of nature. The open room at the end of the room slat is a window to the sky.
▼形状不一的窗口 The openings frames
▼浴室门及窗户 Bathroom door and windows
The house is characterized by a rigid stereometry of pure forms covered with white lime and stands out against the twisted and absolute landscape of the olive grove. The Apricena stone, a limestone material extracted on the slopes of the Gargano with shades ranging from beige, ivory and pink, was used in different parts of the house and declined in its surface variants. It runs to the tumbled tiled floor, surrounds the windows with polished slabs, marks the access thresholds with bush-hammered slabs and is used as an internal Palladian cladding.
▼入口石板 The entrance
The furnishings do not follow a single stylistic line, but belong to distant “worlds” which, surprisingly, manage to dialogue in harmony, describing the cosmopolitan soul of the owners.
▼室内家具 The furnishings
▼住宅夜景 Night view of villa Uliveto
Project Title: Villa Uliveto
Location: Carovigno, Italy
Construction time: 2014-2021
Landscape/Architecture Firm: Noname Studio
Photo credits: Francesca Iovene
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