Nestled in an area at the foot of the Tuscan Hills, this residence symbolises typical Tuscan style, with a modern touch.
The outdoor lighting project perfectly ties in with the context. Small recessed unidirectional light fixtures illuminate the path towards the pool, while picket spotlights illuminate the large cypress trees, a symbol of this land. The olive trees define the garden contours and are lit from below with orientable lamps which shine line parallel to the trunk, exalting its three-dimensionality.
Lighting objects furnish even the most concealed and smallest of corners, with beautiful views of the hills full of vineyards. The skilful management of light enables the diversification of luminous fade-off garden scenographies.
The interior is suffused in harmonious lighting which matches the tenuous colours of furnishings and accessories.
The pitched roof is characterised by the wood structure, while the deck is in terracotta. Hide-away light fixtures have been fitted at the base of the roof, between one beam and another, creating a soft and welcoming light without the need for wall lamps.
The lighting context of this setting highlights the most unique aspects of this property, while also exalting typical local materials.