Having been virtually burnt to the bottom a number of years in the past, this 300-yr-previous farmhouse (located near the city of Treia within the Le Marche area of Italy) has been utterly reformed and rebuilt. The in depth, 4-yr renovation undertaking entitled Casa Olivi was undertaken by the Swiss architects Markus Wespi and Jérôme de Meuron and, because the constructing is protected by the Italian Cultural and History Administration, the surface has been meticulously preserved whereas the within has been reworked and proffers a minimalist and ethereal inside.
Located on a sloping hill, this refined Italian vacation residence enjoys a panoramic place and has 360 diploma views over the encompassing countryside. The home has been completed to an exceptionally excessive normal and there are lots of slicing-edge ending touches: such because the Phillipe Starck loos, the tremendous trendy kitchen and the spectacular rectangular infinity pool (harking back to the water troughs that may be discovered within the close by countryside) that sits raised above floor degree.
Spacious, luminous and serene, Casa Olivi spreads over three flooring. The front room is on the bottom flooring and 4 of the 5 bedrooms (all with ensuite loos) are located on the 2 higher flooring. Having been absolutely reformed, the previous secure is now an unbiased one-bed room visitor home. In the south part of the property, there’s a big terrace with a pergola and eating desk for 12, in addition to an outdoor kitchen with grill and teppanyaki. Information offered by way of e-mail by Maija Krasna; Photos by Nicolas Mathéus