The complex of buildings constituting Podere Mollano is located inside the “Montagnola Senese” landscape park, along the river Elsa.
The buildings are probably dated back to the first half of 1200, but the have been surely completely restored at the end of 1800. We find a main body and three annexed buildings.
The load-bearing walls of all buildings are made of stones and lime, the floors are “volterranea” style or timber-wood and hollow flat tiles while roofing has been realized half-timber with bent roofing tile mantle.
The design regards intervention of structural adaptation, needed in order to improve the structure seismic behaviour, without modification to the original valuable architectural feature and typology.