Tino House

The access occurs interchangeably through two courtyardsyards that connect the sea the “marjal” and the sea. The approach is produced through a vacuum in which the spaces of sun and shadow follow one another. This threshold-gallery crosses the house without having to access the rooms, tangentially crossing the private spaces.
The proposal can be an H, but also two modules linked by a gallery, or perhaps multiple cells with different courtyards that graduate privacy and guarantee an intense interior-exterior realization. To west the module of Tino, to east the one of guests. To the south, the main courtyard.

Photos by Milena Villalba