The building is resting on top of a hill overlooking the farm on which it is built.
It responds to a dual role: artist's studio and home for the family.
Observation of the territory, with the presence of mud houses, and theair chromatic relationship with the surroundings, the idea of using the "hollow flat" brick, widespread element in the contemporary construction techniques and produced in a furnace in the present the area.
The "tiles" clay, once divided, were applied on the facades and the roof forming the final image of the product.
The purity of form continues, further simplifying the shape of barns and houses in the area of land extensively.
Inside the space was a rectangular wooden built a habitation module with standard elements in poplar, which divides in two the total volume. It includes the kitchen, bathrooms, bedrooms and the library.
On the north-east of the Study-House, the interior floor concrete industry continues without interruption on the outside with a projection which houses a swimming pool.
The windows are designed to provide a horizontal light in the studio and at the same time, they frame the scenic landscapes of particular beauty.
The views, the organization of open spaces and the visual relationship between inside and outside (the windows as frames of the landscape) strengthen the relationship with the genius loci of the intervention.
A simple gravel road connects to the entrance of the property-Study House.
The project was carried out in a field on which are cultivated cherry, walnut and olive trees.