When subtraction becomes a function
Showing what others hide leaves more room for the imagination than you might think. Indeed, the Scava project is characterised by facades that have a grip on the upper part and which, thanks to a working surface inscribed inside the structures, allow them to open up. A multidirectional research that continuously shifts the centre of the movement, which now turns flat and a moment later rises along the vertical wooden elements that go from the ground to the sky. The environment is characterised by two large spaces delimited in the centre by three wooden pillars with a pantry function and which hide the built-in appliances. The first space is a kitchen with two work areas, a central island and a wall equipped with appliances, while the second offers a large living area with table, sideboards and sofa. An environment to be explored without filters, with the feeling of living in a complete interaction between the person and the space.