A contemporary mansion with a redesigned baroque appearance
I wanted to design a great contemporary mansion with a style that has its roots in the Baroque era, but maintaining the functionality of a building born to be lived daily.
The large home has the imposing appearance and simmetry of the Baroque style, with a projecting central element and vertical lateral openings that recall the classical froman flat columns.
The entrance is preceded by a double curved and inclined ramp, typically Baroque, and surrounded by flowers. Decorative flowers and plants were freely chosen, in fact, for example, bougainvillea was absolutely not known in the Baroque era.
Back and park
The park wants to be a compromise that has functionality as the first goal. The system is baroque with geometric and flowery flower beds, geometric trees etc, however more acceptable than those of large real parks. Just to remain functional, a tennis cmapo has been integrated and a landing track to elevenpieces, children’s games, a gazebo, etc.