Tuscan Tradition revisited by Archidomus

Archidomus Atelier recently restored 300 square-metre of this historical home – country house – in a small town immersed in the Tuscany countryside, by bringing in a successful play of contrasts between tradition and a more contemporary touch.

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“For the renovation of this historic building the architects from Archidomus Atelier, Monica Rossi and Claudio Cencetti, have used fine materials to give to the villa a charming and simultaneously contemporary expression.
The residential space is characterized with glass surfaces, colored surfaces and natural wood (the original sturdy oak beams were kept) which leads to a truly luminous and balanced result.
The solidity of the used materials, the spirit of time past that can be felt in the premises and the simple elegance of the more modern additions composes a very inviting and stylish space to inhabit.
We love to play and mix a traditional space with contemporary solutions and design forniture …
Archidomus is an architecture and design practice founded in 2000 by architect Monica Rossi and architect Claudio Cencetti, which is made up of a number of highly qualified free lance professionals with a wide range of professional experience. Archidomus is involved with the creative process of project work as well as its practical realization.
We have experience in the luxury residences where we develop architectural project and interior design with originality and precision through the art of decorating in the Tuscan style with simplicity and elegance.” Photo Credit: Archidomus