In the historic center of Trapani, with its typically Liberty style, stands the Palazzo San Lorenzo with all its beauty.
A short walk from the Cathedral and the splendid Trapani coast, the building has kept the original historical and linguistic characteristics, recovering every important architectural element. Precious materials and high quality finishes have been used, in a carousel of high-level solutions. To ensure comfort and functionality, the intervention took into account of every need of modern life, optimizing the spaces and equipping the apartments with the most advanced technologies.
The renovation involved the restoration of an old building, located in the historic center of Trapani, of which the fundamental characteristics have been preserved, making it a tourist facility and obtaining inside it various rooms and suites embellished with quality materials. and all the comforts essential to a demanding clientele.
Building dating back to the early 1800s, located near the tourist port of Trapani, in the heart of the city, frequented by tourists for the presence of seafaring craft activities and small typical restaurants. With the renovation, various housing units of different types were created inside the building, made with fine finishes and materials and equipped with modern systems.
The renovation project was developed by integrating the conservation needs of the building with those related to the tourist vocation of the places, for this reason it was decided to create a series of housing units (over 100) of various sizes combined with an accommodation facility , which also includes a swimming pool, a bar and a five-a-side football field. The sand dunes in the beach that characterize the site are also strictly preserved, chosen for its beauty and charm as the set for most of the shooting of the film "The English Patient".
Realization of the Bulgarella Group.
Multierice Group marketing.
150 residential housing units, urban planning develops in perfect symbiosis with the surrounding context, generating a "city-garden". In this sense, the "house", understood as an independent unit, is part of a larger context made up of a shopping center, a post office, school and sports facilities, an equipped public park, parking lots….
All this to determine a small "horizontal" city, harmoniously set between the sea and Mount Erice, which lives independently thanks to the installation of all the systems necessary for perfect urbanization.
San Vito Lo Capo (TP)
The 75 single-family houses of the Giardini di San Vito rise on the plateau overlooking the Gulf of San Vito lo Capo, among dwarf palms, euphorbie and bougainvillea. Designed to blend harmoniously into the environment, they are characterized by the use of natural materials such as the wood of the structures of the verandas and window frames; the stone of the coverings and the dry stone walls that mark the spaces; the terracotta of the tiles and flooring.