The sea welcomes its roots, while history and mythology are inextricably intertwined. But whichever way you look at it, be it from the fascinating Sicilian hinterland or from magical Tunisia, Trapani remains a city extremely rich in beauty and culture, an interweaving and crossroads of important events and different cultures that have left their mark on its life. And also in its architecture.
The historical centre of Trapani, in fact, winds through alleys that ooze with the history of the Sicanians, mixed with Arabs, Normandy Jews and Spaniards. The resulting architecture speaks of an economy that developed between maritime, farming and mining tendencies and gives it such heterogeneous facets that all the traditions of an ecumenical people emerge, almost capable of encompassing the entire anthropological heritage.
In this context of strong antiquity and tradition, new design trends are mixed, looking at the most contemporary styles and adapting them to the natural context, for a result of great constructive charm.
This is the case of the private villa located on the heights of Trapani overlooking the sea: an extremely modern and elegant building, where minimal design has made use of defined and clear lines that blend well with the surrounding nature. The choice of materials gives added value, with the large windows bringing light and warmth to the interior and, at the same time, allowing you to fill yourself with the wonder that the view from above can poetically steal from the sea and the city.
In this context, outdoor spaces act as a trait d'union between architecture and nature, reconciling colours and shapes with the surrounding landscape. The choice of furnishing floors and walls with the Builtseries by Caesar dominates in these solutions.