Vaulted House is a structure consisted of three zones of working, living and resting. They are represented in sequence along an axis by juxtaposed edifices whose shape remains recognisable from without. On the inside, openings and pathways weave a possible dialogue between each cavity.
In a long central hall, modulated in plan on three squares six metres wide the heart of the design is formed. The flooring in travertine and a covering of Venetian stucco spread on the ample side developed lengthways, create, via a chromatic homogeneity, a continuous ribbon which, enveloping the observer, offers a sort of blank page on which to write his or her own experience. At the same time, the light, coming from the long sides of the room, has the possibility to interpret the space.
On the south side the windows welcomes in the winter sun and, through a thick wide cement screens the sun in summer.
Whereas on the opposite side of the hall, to the north, the windows shrink towards the corners, becoming vertical. From floor to ceiling, the openings pick up the fleeting oblique light of the sun at dawn and at sunset in summer which, penetrating the room diagonally, colour the space with new meanings.
The interior of the house is stunning, everything, the furniture, the walls is made of materials, which make sense is 3D.