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Entries in Italy (76)

Friday
May132011

A Milanese palazzo

I saw this home on Yatzer about a week ago and nearly peed my pants. I think I've seen it on a couple of blogs already but I had to include it here because I freaking love it. Built in the 18th century, it's now owned by designers Britt Moran and Emiliano Salci of Dimore Studio, who set up their studio on the ground floor and their residence above. If that was mine I wouldn't want to ever leave it either. It's understated level of coolness is mesmerizing. Totally unique and edgy but timeless at the same time. (Photos by Emanuele Zamponi)

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Thursday
Mar102011

Damilano Studio

Thanks to the inspiring creativity of Italian architecture firm Damilano Studio, I've got some new content for my dreams that have me waking up all hot and bothered...good room porn always gets me going. :-)

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Wednesday
Mar092011

Carola Vannini

Modern interiors placed delicately in historic shells. Colour saturated minimalism and a dialogue between the past and the present. It's a beautiful balancing act. Welcome to the portfolio of Rome based architect Carola Vannini. It is all about space and colour, positive and negative, blocks and voids, old and new ... and respect.

     

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Monday
Jan102011

Umbria

Ah Umbria! Beautiful, beautiful Umbria! If I had won the lottery last week I would be winging my way to Italy right now. Escaping the incessant torrential rain swamping Queensland. I know it is not summer over in Italy right now but I'm prepared to rough it through the winter at Castello di Reschio. That way all will be ready for your visit when the weather warms up. 5 bedrooms, might have to wheel in a few trundle beds. If I rent it from now to eternity you all might be able to make it for a week or two. Line starts on the left ;)

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Wednesday
Oct062010

Reader's home - Federica's home in Italy

Federica recently sent us photos of her home in Italy so we could share them with our readers. It's beautiful with plenty of windows letting in natural light and was designed by her father Bruno Pogliani. Thank you Federica!