Sebastiano Canzano was born in Bari and got his graduation with full marks at the Architecture Institute of Venice with a thesis entitled ‘A Museum of contemporary art for kids’. As a student, he had the chance to learn in Marseille directly from Prof. Raymond Perrachon and in Venice from Prof. Umberto Tubini.
In 2001, he opened his practice as a result of working all over Europe: since then, it acquired great experience in managing projects worldwide ranging from small to bigger concept.
Villa in the Roman seaside with a breathtaking sea view. The extensive use of travertine, a local stone that surrounds the large pool, is one of the most outstanding features of this place. The indoor is particularly bright thanks to the huge windows that let light in.
Photos: Filippo Trojano
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