The Trapanese house, designed by Celoria Archotects, starts with the idea of a main way that goes through the house connecting the road with the hill.
The stairs are put in the centre, creating a hinge of rotation from which all the different spaces are organised on different levels. This double height void also connects the earth with the sky.
The house is entirely cladded with polycarbonate slabs. This allows to have two different types of light in the house, direct and diffused.