This project involved a fraction of the larger Masseria Fantese farm complex consisting of several dry stone constructions, in part with conical roofing (trulli) and in part with gabled roofing (pignon). These buildings were originally used for storing agricultural products. Some of these, those with gabled roofing, were used as silos that could be filled completely from an opening at the top of the roof. For these functional reasons, the internal dimensions of these trulli are larger than is typical, making it possible to create open spaces inside, obtaining modern living areas characterised by the charm of these historical buildings. The meticulous restoration of the outer shell and elements of the building, as well as the attention to detail, make this a unique example of trulli.