The Paeco House is a beautiful alabaster abode with a contemporary boxy shape. Evoking some of the characteristic elements of Marche architecture, especially through the use of typical of rural constructions, it nevertheless has a clean aesthetic that makes quite the impression. Located in Castel Di Lama, Italy, the Paeco House complements the greenery surrounding it perfectly.
Designed by Studio Emanuele Scaramucci, the Paeco House is made up of two large white mediterranean shapes that rest on a glass base, which gives them the illusion that they are floating. Of course, the use of stone and brick anchors these fantastical thoughts. Addressing both modern architecture and local traditions, the Paeco House is the best of two worlds.
The Paeco House by Studio Emanuele Scaramucci is Contemporary
Meghan Young — April 17, 2013 — Art & Design
References: studioscaramucci.it & contemporist