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The site at the edge of the golf course is looking towards the bay, towards Sardinia over the ‘Bouches de Bonifacio’. Originally built in the seventies, the first part of Sperone, Chappili is an example of urban planning regulations that worked really well over time. The buildings all made from Red Cedar shingles are all multi formed wooden sculptures in the forest.
The walls are excavated in the rocky underground, leaving rough rocks exposed, with the typical stone masonry of Corse on top. This is combined with curved wooden walls with timber lattice and glass to blend in with the overall strategy of Chappili.Project Data
- Project: Villa Sperone
- Client: Fam. Van Heurck
- Architect: 24H > architecture – Creative Owners: Boris Zeisser, Maartje Lammers
- Completion: 2014
- Floor Area: 300m2