Porto Rotondo is a splendid natural inlet in the North East of Sardinia. Two brothers, the Counts Luigi and Nicolò Donà delle Rose in 1964 fell madly in love with this intact paradise. Their love for art and nature are motivated to found and build the village and build the port that has hosted the exclusive Yacht Club since 1985, an elegant venue for sailing events. The intent, very successful, was to attract artists and intellectuals of the time.
The small village is systematically divided into four micro-zones, developed near the main beaches and the center that converges converges towards the marina.
Newly built Villa Bianca is located in the center. Located in a dominant position, cleverly inserted in the natural context of the place, it offers modern and minimalist architecture that meets the consensus of the current, young and international market.
However, the architect managed to mix a dry style with the use of quality and typical materials of the island, such as granite and wood, combined with a simple white plaster that brings out the Mediterranean green behind the house. From the covered parking and going through the garden with only native plants you get to the large swimming pool, inserted among the outcropping granites that contribute to the beautiful setting.
The morphological conformation of the ground has ensured that the volumetry can be observed on various sloping levels, it is present in every level of natural light and access to the garden.
In the interior, on the entrance ﬂoor, the generous open-plan living space houses the relaxation area and the well-equipped kitchen with dining corner. There is access to the large panoramic terrace facing the sea. The pleasantly surprising sea view is the ideal place to spend outdoor dinners. The ﬂoor is completed by a courtesy bathroom.
The sleeping area is distributed on two lower levels, each of which houses two large double bedrooms with bathroom, the large master suite with walk-in closet and bathroom with hydromassage.
With access only from the garden an outbuilding with open kitchen, double bedroom and bathroom. What is most striking is certainly the attention of the house, the furniture is deliberately essential and functional. The atmosphere is warmed by a precious honey-colored parquet ﬂooring.
The privileged position, despite being in the center, preserves absolute privacy and guarantees to experience the village in its entirety. The Piazzetta San Marco, from which the paths with boutiques and small restaurants where to taste the traditional dishes unfold, can be reached on foot with a short walk.