Cover image of Villa Firenze
tradition and contemporaneity

Villa Florence is a modern residence at first sight, that features two main bodies with linear geometry and wide and minimal spaces.

The outdoor area, organized in terraces offering an enchanting view of Tuscan hills, and the wall cladding of traditional and solid look, bring together two original constructions respecting both, landscape and monumental constraints. Thanks to the restoration project of Arch. Lorena Luccioni, the old stone oven and former concrete manure pit appear to us with new compositional and material dignity.

General view of Villa Firenze with Skyline Sliding windows
View of the main facade of the villa
Lift and slide in lacquered wood as per sample with sunshade with sliding wooden slats
Front view of the glass wall of the living area with lift and slide, fixed windows and Skyline door window
Front view of the glass wall of the living area with closed lift and slide, fixed windows and Skyline door window
Front view of the main façade with wooden porch, lift-slide and slatted wooden sunshade
Front view of the main façade with wooden porch, lift-slide and slatted wooden sunshade
View of the four-door lift and slide with low track and the wooden slatted door
skyline minimal frames and villa firenze

This is the very first time that modern and thin windows of the Skyline Minimal Frames collection have been installed in a strongly rural context. The result is extraordinary: the naturalness with which the Skyline Sliding is integrated into the construction is given by narrow profiles of custom lacquered spruce wood, its warm color perfectly blends with stone nuances and chrome accessories of the windows.

Lift and slide with two doors with sample lacquered finish
Lift and slide with two doors in the living area of Villa Firenze
View of the open space of Villa Firenze with internal courtyard enclosed by sliding doors and fixed windows
Internal shaft in Villa Firenze with lift and slide windows
View of the inner courtyard of the villa enclosed by two sliding and two fixed lift-ups
Reflections on the doors of the Skyline Sliding lift
Front view of one of the sliding doors that enclose the internal shaft
Lift and slide open bedroom with Skyline Handle
Lift and slide of the bedroom with closed wooden slatted sunshades

The small arched opening in stone and brick, originally born as the stoke-hole of the oven, becomes a fixed window and an elegant frame for the kitchen area. The delicate profile of only 37 mm represents the perfect solution to maintain the arch’s original importance and visibility.

External view of the fixed arch in wood
Front view of the glazed door with satin through handle
Front view of the closed glass door
View of the interior of Villa Firenze with lift and slide and single-sash window with architraves
Single sash window in sample lacquered wood with architraves
View of the wooden lift and slide with sample lacquer
View of the bathroom of Villa Firenze with vasistas door