This stunning single family residence located in the countryside of Morciano di Leuca Apulia Italy, was designed by luca zanaroli. The original structure is an abandoned remnants of two historic structures commonly known as trulli once used as a temporary shelter for local farmers. The minimalistic interior design features several unique elements as the restored barrel vaults and domes constructed with locally sourced stone dating back to late 1800s. A small circular skylight opening at the pinnacle of the domed dining room directs daylight to the dining area below. Another two tiny windows one near the kitchen area and one in the bedroom are the only two aperture to the exterior, making this typical Italian ancient dwelling a very interesting primordial example of bioclimatic architecture or passive house.