"Less is enough" affirms Pier Vittorio Aureli.
We believe it is possible to say many things about Architecture with a minimum of gestures. Working as a primitive man, we enjoy assembling typical architectural forms as columns and beams in a very elementary way.
It is a project of minimum intervention in an existing house. A terrace and a garage were built using columns and walls found on the site.
The terrace is made from a wooden structure, steel and glass and also a gate built in rusty steel was added. The form of the terrace responds to the logic of stacking wood elements thus producing a particular tectonic.
On the other hand, the garage is made of metallic structure and a roof made by folding steel plates to collect rainwater and to pour it into a tray and a canal. The work included vegetation and pavements that allow infiltration into the subsoil.