Renovated And Extended Saracen Trullo by Luca Zanaroli
Architect Luca Zanaroli renovated and extended a Saracen trullo, a dry stone rural building traditionally with a conical roof constructed in 19th century in Italy. The piece of land and a construction site had olive and almond trees on it together with the abandoned trullo. The architect made sure to protect the trees and recover the building.
The new extended construction features four bedrooms, a terrace wrapped around the trees on the site, an outdoor eating and lounge areas, and a swimming pool. There is also an outdoor shower behind the perforated wall.
The site is beautiful. Filled with trees it makes for serene view and atmosphere outdoors. A glazed wall of the house allows to enjoy the surroundings from the inside while the skylight allows sun light in.
The house exterior is made of stone and finished with a bit of wood to connect with the terrace. Interior has a stone finish as well with raw wooden furniture which contrasts with the modern dark frames and glass walls and entry.
Some interior walls are also made in stone adding an unfinished touch to the rooms. The renovation turned out great considering the building was recovered and extended to provide the client with more living space as well as comfortable outdoor space.
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