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Even for an eighteenth-century rural settlement, it is essential to have the best home automation technology

23 May 2024

The design of Arké by Vimar for the rebirth of an old farmhouse


In the heart of the Italian Itria valley, Borgo Aratico is an accommodation complex built on what was originally a rural settlement from the eighteenth century consisting of a main farmhouse and a complex of about fifteen typical Trulli, within a property of over 15 hectares. The architect Floriana Errico designed the structure’s careful restoration. The client needed to transform this ancient residence into a place where the guests could savour the beauty of the Itria valley immersed in typical agricultural environments but at the same time without neglecting the comforts of a modern home. Comfort for which it was essential to have the best available technologies available.

And in the case of the electrical system, this meant Vimar. A detail makes the difference standing out among the interior walls in exposed stone: the contemporary design of the Arké series by Vimar. In the Classic version, with its rational geometry, linear profile and sharp angles, this series strips itself of any decoration for its own sake, defining a new energy model. In this case, the material is metal with a total look Polar finish, worked with the attention to finishes typical of Vimar’s unmistakable style and treated with eco-friendly processes.

Designed in the present for the future, Arké fits perfectly into this context where simplicity is the real added value. In addition to its design, Vimar allows the user to precisely control and manage lighting and electricity in all spaces while ensuring functionality and comfort. Under the vaulted ceilings distinguishing the common areas, as well as in the bedrooms and the bathrooms, the wide range of controls and sockets responds to every functional need.

In any space guests decide to spend their time, a Vimar device is ready to provide them with fast and safe access to electricity, in the name of a design and technology made in Italy.



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