The Modernist Maestro Relaxes at His Sun-Soaked Tuscan Summer House
When building a Tuscan retreat for himself and his family, Piero Lissoni decided that simplicity was key. The Italian designer and architect created an elementary form that was neither part of the vernacular, nor classic Italian pastiche. Keeping faithful to the size and scale of the surrounding houses, he used a concrete that is mixed with the local earth, giving it a characteristic pinkish hue. The stunning landscape envelops the building, its cool, hard lines playing off against the undulating hills.
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