The participants in this round table discussion led by Giorgio Tartaro are architect Gianandrea Barreca, Alessandro Gandolfo of the Gavio Group, Alessandro De Grandis, partner of Fondamenta Srl, and Davide di Marcantonio and Paolo Amoretti of Corradi.
The year 2023 opens the door wide to a new trend, a synthesis of further styles that in the past months have winked at minimalism, natural materials, and feeling good in the domestic space: as temples of wellbeing, houses become places to enjoy everyday life as well as to plan the future.
Designing the outdoor space of your home or establishment does not only mean choosing the right furnishings for your garden, balcony or terrace, or the greenery to decorate it; functionality and convenience are the first factors you have to consider.
New trends have always been the result of important changes in the cultural fabric of society and reflect the responses that science, sociology and even architecture offer as solutions – or more precisely innovations – that allow us to make the most of our time and space.
An integral part of Mediterranean architectural heritage, the pergola has always distinguished the urban landscape of our cities. A space in direct contact with the surrounding nature by physical location and function, which over time has become the emblem of a concept of outdoor liveability that is in full harmony with the landscape.