“I'm Where I Live”, the project of the Lecce designer Emanuele Spano, villa-studio inspired by the model of the Saracen Tower located in the ancient village of Muro Leccese (LE), wins the Silver A 'Design Award.
Besides 2500 contest participants, from all over the world, and divided into 40 categories: Spano competed for interior design.
A few months after the victory of the competition organized by the Sun 24 hours, the draft Emanuele Spano receives this time the recognition by A 'Design Award, which annually rewards excellence in international design.
The winners were chosen by a prestigious international jury made up of 30 industry experts, selected from the academic world (Politecnico di Milano; Kangnam University - Korea; Jiangnan University - China) and the corporate world (Mercedes-Benz Italia, Sydney D Apparel & Fashion - China; TSKC Architects USA). The entries in competition for the interior design category were voted on aspects such as functionality, ergonomics, innovation, details and technology.
“I am really excited - declares Emanuele Spano - for the recognition my project“ I'm where I live ”is getting, this one by A 'Design in particular which comes from a jury of international experts. I think that the union between tradition and innovation is fundamental in design and this is what emerges in my work: extremely contemporary objects combined with an architecture that speaks of distant times but above all of my land, Puglia ".
“I'm Where I Live” is a workspace, a studio, which includes a large relaxation area, built mainly with Lecce stone and furnished with design objects from important companies. An eco-friendly construction with solutions for energy saving and the use of zero km materials, available on the territory itself, and with a particular entirely natural ventilation system.