A Modern Day Farmhouse With a Natural and Simple Beauty

A Modern Day Farmhouse With a Natural and Simple Beauty
"Masseria Moroseta is a modern day farmhouse with a natural and simple beauty, located in Ostuni, designed by Andrew Trotter. A project of full architectural, interior and landscape design. The Masseria Moroseta uses local materials, traditional building methods and details from the local architecture, resulting in a building that fits perfectly within the olive trees, a real Pugliese vernacular. The Masseria is a working farm of organic olive oil, and has six suits with private gardens, for holidays immersed in the countryside, with views to the sea." – upinteriors

A Modern Day Farmhouse With a Natural and Simple Beauty A Modern Day Farmhouse With a Natural and Simple Beauty A Modern Day Farmhouse With a Natural and Simple Beauty A Modern Day Farmhouse With a Natural and Simple Beauty A Modern Day Farmhouse With a Natural and Simple Beauty A Modern Day Farmhouse With a Natural and Simple Beauty A Modern Day Farmhouse With a Natural and Simple Beauty
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11 comments

Pantherka said...

Very interesting and beautiful project of modern farm.

Adriana Leandro said...

Beautiful project.
Kisses!

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Paola Lauretano said...

Such a lovely place! I love Ostuni!
Kisses, Paola.
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Amanda Mércuri said...

;D

Uau! Amei muito!

Ótima quinta!

Beijo! ^^

Pilar Bernal Maya said...

That house is like a dream!!
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Hari Rari said...

It's so beautiful!
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Rosanna Briguglio said...

Wow, what a beautiful place!
Have a lovely weekend :)
Rosanna x
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Оксана Золотухина said...

Great post dear...lovely pics..:-)

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Madame X said...

It looks like a contemporary version of the houses of old Jerusalem. Beautiful...

Madame X
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claire said...

That is a bit modern and a bit ancient, because of the minimalism and timeless beauty of Mediterranean architecture :-)