Casa Olivi

Posted on Tue, 12 Jun 2012 by midcenturyjo

In the heart of the Marches in Italy is a 300 hundred year old farm that combines tradition with the modern, minimalist with the sensory, rough walls with streamlined severity, luxury with simplicity. 360 degree views meet bastion like walls. Infinity pool reaches forever and cool stone is cave like. Casa Olivi, heritage protected, has been renovated by its owners into a luxurious holiday home. Design by Swiss architects Markus Wespi and Jerome de Meuron. This stylish piece of Italy is available for holiday let. More information at Casa Olivi. ***Update: Now available to rent via Paradizo Private Collection

URSULA says:

Stunning work – really great !!!

How breath-taking! And they let mortals rent it?

marie says:

oh man … dunno what to say – speechless! it's wonderful!

Amazing house! It´s so plain yet so absolutely rich!
Beautiful pictues!

Sparky says:

Ooooooooooo—almost too heavenly…almost. ~Sparky

Now only that house and those views will do…curses!

HUGO CORREAL says:

UNA COMBINACIÓN EXACTA DE TEXTURAS, ARTICULACIÓN DE ESPACIOS CON DOBLE ALTURA, AGRADABLE CONTRASTE VIVENCIAL, ATRAPADO ENTRE DOS ÉPOCAS EN EL MISMO ESPACIO.

sophie says:

thank you so much for all your compliments. 5 years of work with 2 great architects and wonderful italian workers and professionals. we still work on it to improve its beauty every day! Hope to see you there one day! bacio from Le Marche, casa olivi! Sophie

marie says:

simply breathtaking

Curt says:

I could make this place look lived in in one week, It's beautiful and totally impractical for a more than slightly messy person like me.

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