Jameo is a cave, the result of a natural phenomenon, where, following a volcanic eruption, the gas creates large underground spaces that come to light due to the collapse of the upper vaults.
Urban Jameo is an oxymoron: interior and exterior, historical and contemporary, natural and arti ficial, black and white.
Inside the room there is a greenhouse, connected to Montagnola public garden, built on the ruins of the building that has hosted Pope John XXII and his court.
The wall ooze with history while the interiors adapt to the needs of contemporary living. Nature is shown in the choice of materials that makes the environment cozy, those materials match with some technical ones suitable for the functions that they must perform. The functionality and usability of the place are interpreted with architectonic language and colors that seek purity of line and essentiality of the design.