Lo Schiavo holiday houses

Building refurbishment Castellabate / Italy / 2008

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Inside the town of San Marco di Castellabate, an old oil mill, owned by the Lo Schiavo family, was renewed and transformed into holiday homes.
The former oil mill has been divided into three-holiday homes: all of them have two floors above ground, equipped with a single pavilion roof, with rampant internal stairs, small balconies-terraces, all in a single existing volume, squared openings from cornices with raised plaster, cornices with limited projections, external pergola on pillars, etc.
The arrangement envisaged a sort of courtyard square connecting the front and common spaces, whose central fulcrum is the presence of a swimming pool, which constitutes the aggregation moment of the small community.
The swimming pool, which lies towards the west side, also forms a connecting element between the existing building and the rest of the town.

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    Inside the town of San Marco di Castellabate, an old oil mill, owned by the Lo Schiavo family, was renewed and transformed into holiday homes.The former oil mill has been divided into three-holiday homes: all of them have two floors above ground, equipped with a single pavilion roof, with rampant internal stairs, small balconies-terraces, all in a single existing volume, squared openings from cornices with raised plaster, cornices with limited projections, external pergola on pillars, etc.The...

    Project details
    • Year 2008
    • Work started in 2007
    • Work finished in 2008
    • Client Lo Schiavo family
    • Status Completed works
    • Type Tourist Facilities / Interior Design / Recovery of industrial buildings
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