Holiday Home in Brindisi, Italy by Daniele Corsaro

Outdoor Pool, Holiday Home in Brindisi, Italy

The Cisternino based studio Daniele Corsaro completed the Casa Ceno in 2012. This project was conceived with a desire to build a holiday home for a large family. The exterior comprises of white washed and dry-stoned walls. A large infinity pool overlooks the stunning valley and countryside.

This splendid holiday home is located in Brindisi, Italy.

Lawn, Stone Walls, Holiday Home in Brindisi, Italy

Driveway, Garage, Holiday Home in Brindisi, Italy

Infinity Pool, Holiday Home in Brindisi, Italy

Pathway, Gardens, Holiday Home in Brindisi, Italy

Infinity Swimming Pool, Holiday Home in Brindisi, Italy

Terrace, Pool, Lawn, Holiday Home in Brindisi, Italy

Terrace, Views, Holiday Home in Brindisi, Italy

Light & Dark Kitchen, Holiday Home in Brindisi, Italy

Kitchen Island, Patio Doors, Views, Holiday Home in Brindisi, Italy

Casa Ceno in Brindisi, Italy, details by Daniele Corsaro:

“The project was born from the desire to build a holiday home for a large family. In order to give them each their own space it was thought to articulate the volumes creating an atmosphere that leads to the characteristic villages of southern Italy. The elements of the wall structures with their whitewashed masses, scanned by dry-stone walls are connected between them through a path along the East-West axis that ends towards an infinity pool overlooking the Valley.”

Photos By: Dario Miale

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