The project stems from the desire of wealthy local entrepreneurs to revive the image of a residential village consisting of 197 villas built for the Korean market.
Both the interiors and the exteriors have been revised in terms of aesthetics and functionality in order to restore a new and modern image of the entire village.
The articulation and decomposition of the volumes, characterized by significant setbacks of some buildings, make the visual impact extremely limited. Added to this is the limited height of only two floors which allows you to avoid distorting the skyline of the area.
The interrelation between volume and emptiness and between light and shadow creates effects with a pleasant visual impact. Each villa finds its characterization in the number drawn on the facade highlighted by a carefully studied play of light.