Trullo MF

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Taranto | Italy
Arch. Antonella Mari
Alberto Ferrero
FerroFinestra W40

In the Apulian landscape of Murgia, in a lot close to a wooded area, there is a rural complex, that originally consisted of three distinct buildings built in different time periods. The recovery intervention consisted in the restoration of the Trulli through the elimination of the superficies, the reorganization of the cones and the reconstruction of systems and finishes. The overall effect is very simple and aims to create a rarefied atmosphere, with soft edges. The total white of the Trulli is a counterpoint to the materials and finishes chosen for the interiors of the annexed buildings, represented by gray micro-cement and colored cement tiles. In this way, defined external areas have been created, connected to each other thanks to the provision of wide openings and openings that frame the natural landscape. A common element both to the Trulli and to the two annexed buildings is represented by the doors and windows, made with thin profiles in Ottostumm | Mogs FerroFinestra steel, left natural and protected by a transparent opaque finish. The same profile, declined in a different way, has proved to be optimal both for the small openings of the cones, embedded in the strong thickness of the perimeter walls, and for the windows and the doors of the two annexed volumes.

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