Casa Olivi by Markus Wespi and Jerome De Meuron

Converted into a vacation home with a guest house, Casa Olivi is a quaint little dream that overlooks the countryside on a sloping hill in Treia, a town in the province of Macerata, (Marche) Italy. A 4-year renovation process by architects Markus Wespi and Jerome De Meuron has transformed this 300-year old villa into a modern residence with its airy interiors and straight lines. Almost being completely destroyed from a fire in 1995 didn't stop this house from becoming an elegant delight of exquisite comfort.

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