Xerjoff Magazine

“Sculptures to inhabit” by Massimiliano Fuksas


Within the Is Molas Resort in Pula, located on the south coast of Sardinia, Massimiliano Fuksas has designed four elegant villas built with local stone and wood and equipped with energy-saving systems.

Luxi, Palas, Nea and Arenada are the names of four charming villas located within the Is Molas Resort in Pula on the south coast of Sardinia, 30 km from Cagliari. They were designed by Massimiliano Fuksas who wanted to recreate the imagery of a fascinating archaic Sardinia, inspired by the famous Nuragic towers and with shapes that recall the Mediterranean and neighbouring Africa. Constructed with local stone, wood and energy-saving systems, the buildings are a model of sustainable bio-architecture. They are immersed in a 600-hectare estate with a 27-hole golf course and a bike park for mountain bikers. Each villa is equipped with the most modern comforts: swimming pool, garden and a large terrace from which to enjoy the splendid marine and mountainous panorama inebriated by the scents of strawberry trees, myrtle and rosemary plants from which the resort is surrounded.

Great attention was also paid to the interiors curated by Doriana Fuksas, Massimiliano’s wife. Furniture, sofas and design complements combined according to a careful selection of colours to create an elegant and welcoming environment, perfect for spending an exclusive and relaxing holiday, surrounded by beauty.