the proget designs the external spaces of a noble country residence from the early 1600s to adapt it to the extended family new needs. The goal of the proget was to insert a swimming pool and reconfiguring the the small garden overlooking the secondary wing. the swimming pool, with soft and natural shapes, takes shape from the naturalistic and architectural elements present in the garden. Corten allowed contemporary elements to interact with historical architecture. a vertical garden has redeveloped the rural façade of the wing. new cobblestone paving, corten tubs and minimalist fountains have created a play of references between past and present to define a contemporary environment but not separated from its historical past