We were inspired by Le Courbusier's principle in designing the organisation of space, acting simultaneously on town planning, architecture and street furniture.
An articulated settlement, conceived by linking urban planning and architecture and street furniture with the beauty of the place, rich in urban space and on a human scale.
The similar, but not identical houses are 'sown' in a harmonious whole along the decumani. The alignments are artfully moved to generate simple and incisive diversified architectural figures. On the east and west cardi are located the 'ritual spaces' for meeting and socialising.