At the on a busy traffic artery along Lake Michigan, an is isolated from the chaos of the city, taking advantage of the natural of the land and developing a work of architecture on multiple levels that on the context,
Royal Botania. villa North Shore of Chicago, its back urban the horizon of the lake
Paul Warchol Matteo Vercelloni urban topography
Evening view of the front of the main portion of the urban villa. To the left, the two-story glazing that follows the size of the internal space, with the staircase and the library. The first floor contains the bedroom zone. In the garden, the Fold Collection by Right, view of the lawn, partially created on the roof of the two-story volume towards the street, and of the sheltered walkway containing the staircase for descent to the main dwelling and the outdoor lakefront zone.