The TorreBianca farmhouse is a new structure in its architectural lines and forms, conceived and created as a place of family relaxation, characterised by the utmost ecological attention, in harmony with the peaceful surrounding nature.
The outdoor spaces are outlined by the majesty of Apulian age-old olive trees and aromatic Mediterranean plants, while not far away the
Ionian coast dives into the sea.
Pure and natural materials such as the sunny Lecce stone, the tenacious Trani stone, oak wood and resin, combine to create pleasant and elegant environments.
TorreBianca’s split-stone cladding re-proposes the traditional “dry stone walls”, an iconic element of rural architecture in southern Italy.
In this context, Quemme fixtures have found a synergic and coessential place for the project, harmonising in the context with perfect naturalness.
Ashlars in the foreground
The ashlars are an architectural element with a strong personality and aesthetic value, which has its roots in Roman and medieval architecture when the stone facades were characterised by protruding stones of peculiar shapes, which created plays of light and shadow, representing a distinctive element of noble families or institutions.
Today as then, the ashlars are an unmistakable style signature typical of Made in Italy, especially when made surprisingly in aluminium by Quemme, impeccably and utterly faithful to tradition.
It is not possible to imagine a Quemme window and door that is not an example of consistency and stylistic integrity, elegance and functionality.
Door knockers, handles, stops, hinges and every other minimum element are the results of a rigorous selection for quality and aesthetics.