Feeling loft love today…and this one is exquisite. A journey to Italy brings us to the Casa Olivi. This gorgeous minimalist loft was designed in a 300 year old farm house. The breath-taking design was done by Swiss architects Markus Wespi and Jerome de Meuron, who I feel did their finest in keeping the architectural details of this house intact.
I absolutely love the rough stone and brick walls that vault to the second floor. Every room opens out with arched doorways bringing in 360 degrees of lush Italian country-side views. A kitchen so minimal and clean. Unbelievable.
Second floor bedrooms with gorgeous white fixtures and windows that open to the view. Peaceful and lovely. Love the wood beamed ceiling.
One of the best parts about this loft: the outdoor terraces for relaxing and entertaining. And check out the view with those rolling hills. Sigh*
The terrace area features this unique infinity pool…This loft is available for holiday let.
Anyone care to go to Italy with me?
More of this gorgeous loft via Loftenberg
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Check out the beautiful architecture from one of the most traveled-to cities in the world… Rome.
With this wondrous city being a major tourist attraction and inhabited by millions of residents, space here, of course, is at a premium. (About $5,000 a month for something really nice…)
If you love art, this is the place to live. As a neighborhood, Piazza Navona’s atmosphere is full of artistry, small boutiques, restaurants and bars, street cafes, and a mix of all age groups. The beauty in architecture refreshes the eye.
Images: www.rome-accom.com and marilyngelfandphoto.com