This newly built artistic studio in Scicli, Italy consists of a single floor and an incredibly intricate, harmonized and proportionate structure. The gentle slope of the building embraces the breathtaking scenery of the Mediterranean sea and the design-driven placement of terraces and open concept spaces further embrace the landscape.
With regards to sustainability, the architects from Giuseppe Gurrieri Studio have consciously stricken a balance not only between the artistic studio's framework and materials, but also with nature by integrating botanic elements within the dry stone walls and roof garden -- from olive and carob trees to shrub vegetation.
Omitting unnecessary distractions and embracing the environment in its entirety, the artistic studio and laboratory offer creative individuals the type of fulfilling seclusion that grants them with inspiration, as well as uninterrupted concentration.
Photo Creduts: Filippo Poli