Villas Dolce Vita is a future-oriented architectural real estate project whose guidelines are the protection of the environment, ecological sustainability and the well-being of people in their homes. Thanks to the enthusiasm and foresight of a group of Italian investors (Pitaya Resorts s.l.), an international synergy has been formed involving two architecture studios: those of Michele Tonci in Rome and Alejandro Muñoz in Lanzarote. The complex consists of 32 independent duplexes, distributed in 8 modules of 4 houses each, private parking, common areas, gardens and communal pool.
Under the impulse of the developer (Pitaya Resorts s.l.), it has been decided to implement for the first time in Lanzarote an innovative construction system based on the use of Cross Laminated Timber also known as XLAM.
Wood is a natural, noble, durable and completely renewable material that goes hand in hand with the philosophy of Cesar Manrique, which is to privilege a sustainable architecture naturally integrating with the surrounding environment. Our ambition is to give an updated interpretation to the new millennium of the teachings of Manrique, so that Lanzarote continues to represent a European model of architecture that respects the landscape, the surrounding nature and ecological sustainability over time.