A crazy red surface made up of three-dimensional red patterns and shapes makes up the extorior of this beautiful space designed by Giacomo Garziano. This space was designed for his parents and sure as hell transports them at lightspeed into the twenty-second century.
The house was originally built in the 1950s and had an extension built in the 1970s. The brief being to unify these two seperate parts in a solid and unified way. Giacomo of course, expressing the beautiful contrast in light and shadow through shape.