300 metres from the picturesque village of Pigra, with a unique view of Lake Como, stands Villa Peduzzi at more than 800 metres above sea level. Built in 1909, in Art Nouveau style, on the foundations of the historic watchtower that stood on the Belvedere, it has undergone a high standard restoration after a prolonged state of neglect.
This operation has ensured that more than 1,000 square meters of living space with nine bedrooms, living room, living room, dining room, kitchen, study, media room, bar, two terraces and a wellness area have been returned to the current owners. In a green area of about 8,000 square meters, the pool and pool house are designed to fit into the landscape, creating a breathtaking experience where water and sky seem to merge into space. In addition to the necessary structural work on the existing building, including a recovery of the attic for living purposes and the construction of a new basement room, the construction site was a veritable workshop of different workers who took turns to restore the villa to its original splendor. Indeed, the project also involved restoring the grit flooring, wooden fixtures, and wrought-iron railings and handrails.
Designed by Andrea Meirana Architets and interior designer Albano Dominato, it was built by Ecoedile Srl, which was able to enhance the historic splendor and beauty of the surrounding nature while also meeting the functional requirements of an elegant and harmonious style of contemporary living.