Project size: 2,700 square feet
Program: The architects were tasked with designing a single family house in the Roman countryside. The client requested a swimming pool, a greenhouse, an outdoor kitchen, and a woodshed.
Location: Rome, Italy
Solution: The design team proposed a villa with a series of pavilions scattered throughout the landscape at different levels, following the architectural model of Villa Adriana. The residential pavilion is divided into three parts: the living quarters, sleeping area, and an intermediate zone with vertical and horizontal paths.
Construction and materials: The house's structure is reinforced concrete. The living room is plastered and the sleeping area is aluminum coated.
Completion date: January 2017
Gross square footage: 2,700 square feet
Total project cost: withheld
Total construction cost: withheld
Malfona Petrini Architetti
Project architects: Lina Malfona, Fabio Petrini, Simone Petrini
Masonry: Plastered concrete frame
Built-up roofing: Reinfored concrete structure
Metal: Aluminum cladding
Metal frame: Aluminum frame
Glass: Double glazing
Skylights: Double glazing
Fire-control doors, security grilles: Home-automation system
Demountable partitions: Cabinetwork and custom woodwork
Wall coverings: Plaster
Paneling: Aluminium slabs
Interior ambient lighting: LED lights
Photovoltaic system: Photovoltaic panels