Casa Federica

Posted on Sat, 23 Mar 2013 by midcenturyjo

Help! I am working 16 hours a day at the moment. Too many jobs. Too many exciting projects coming to fruition. I need a holiday. Even just a weekend break. But alas! Looks like it will have to be a “virtual” holiday instead. You’ll find me here in my dreams this weekend. Casa Federica in the rolling hills of Noto in Sicily. A minimalist box perched above the sparse landscape with views to the sea. Still and stylish. A perfect retreat.

Architect – Maria Giuseppina Grasso Cannizzo, via Urlaubs Architektur.

Deb J. says:

That is the cutest little box. I could just move in. However there are two things I question. I don't think I could sleep in the bed the way it is – I would be chasing pillows all night! Easy fix. And I wonder about that deck. I love it! The overhang, the adjustable wall – but I fear that decking would be a little tough on the bare feet. Too bad 'cos it is really practical. Maybe I could live with it. Definitely willing to try.

Ivy Lane says:

awesome get away!

Gill says:

I love this box, it reminds me of a place in Mexico where I stayed.
Can you rent this place. How far is the sea? Totally stylish in that maze of dry woods.

What a lovely design.

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