House in the pinewood

Garden, Milano Marittima, 2013
A layout of evergreens follows the profile of the villa, it surrounds it in a horseshoe shape, immersing it in a vegetable oasis. All around it there is the pine forest, dense, as further protection. The project works both on the aesthetics of the garden and its ability to muffle sound.The seaside town Milano Marittima moves, lively, beyond a green barrier, designed by the joint work of architects Paolo Pejrone, Franco Brugo, and the Frassinago team. Maritime pines and laurel plants create the ideal shade for growing certain varieties of Hydrangea, under whose floral explosions ferns, begonias, and liriopes grow by exploiting the acidity of the soil induced by the presence of the pine trees. Make way for silence and balance.