The home, named La Serenissima, is located in the village of Attard in the centre of the Mediterranean island.
La Serenissima now features an open-air sun terrace
Portelli, who is known for his cubist artworks and murals, originally designed the house in 1995 and incorporated numerous windows and skylights throughout the building so that it could serve as the ideal place to paint and live.
Local practice Valentino Architects was tasked with transforming the existing structure into a home for the artist’s granddaughter, starting with adding a raised sun deck
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