Villa Emma

In front of the house, we can see a terrace added to the initial structure, which breaks the aesthetics of the building enclosed by the garden. On the main façade there is an overhanging, enclosed belvedere, located above the main entrance opening. The openings are characterised by vertical slits and are white in colour; the window sills are tiled in green, perhaps dating from the initial period of the house’s construction. The façades are painted reddish-brown.

The interior layout shows a zoning of the rooms; those used for public life activities are on the ground floor, while the rooms where private life takes place are located on the upper floor. The staircase is integrated into the built volume but is not reflected on the outside.