Travel Thursday | Italian stallion Casa Olivi

TRAVEL | ARCHITECTURE

Project: Casa Olivi| Architects: Markus Wespi and Jerome de Meuron | Location: Treia, Italy

The essence of beauty in simplicity. Casa Olivi is an 18th century farm located in Treia in the heart of the Marches. This The three-story building was partially destroyed by fire in 1995, but at the close of the 4-year renovation process led by Swiss architects Markus Wespi and Jerome de Meuron, the once dilapidated farmhouse is now a modern residence and vacation home surrounded by olive groves and complete with a guest house and swimming pool. For more detailed information about the house and rental options you can visit Luxury Explorer and Casa in Italia. Fabulous! I love it.

2 thoughts on “Travel Thursday | Italian stallion Casa Olivi

  1. It looks amazing! The design is incredible, & I love the juxtaposition of the 18th century building with the sleek, modern furniture & interiors!! It is even better with the beautiful surrounding countryside, it looks like paradise!! xoxo

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