A Project designed to Promote a Medieval Village

Mario Cucinella Architects

The project to requalify an important fragment of the historic centre of Peccioli, the palace facing Via Carraia, recovers and refurbishes this historic building and creates new spaces where the community can gather. At the same time, it transforms a building beneath Via dei Bastioni, connecting it with the palace and presenting it as a new architectural volume for public activities, open to the community.
This multi-storey building hosts apartments and different spaces for events, exhibitions and leisure activities. On the roof, a large suspended terrace, with a roughly 20 metre cantilever, dominates the Era Valley. The terrace of the Palazzo Senza Tempo is like a bridge that projects out into the landscape and opens up the village toward the Tuscan countryside. The project makes the building an integral part of the territory.

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