Conceiving new spaces and new ways of experiencing the environment through architectural restoration work.
The building, a late nineteenth-century dwelling, was expanded in the 1930s with the construction of a structure intended for use as a stable and washhouse. This was destroyed before the conservative rehabilitation intervention. The current project, by the MM2 architecture studio, has led to the development of two new living units, following the contemporary needs of living. The manor house, annexed and functional to the large agricultural enterprise that develops in the surrounding areas, has been reimagined, playing with the search for a balance between historical charm and contemporary sophistication and innovation.