Mediterranean Residence. An ancient farm from the 1800s restored in Apulia - Mediterranean Residence. An ancient farm from the 1800s restored in Apulia - RenovationOnWeb
In Ostuni, in the province of Brindisi, in Puglia, the architects Aldo Flore and Rosanna Venezia renovate an old farmhouse from the late 1800s, creating a Mediterranean residence open to the hospitality and accommodation typical of the land where it is located.
This project involved the renovation of an old farmhouse dating back to 1890 and the new design of the spaces once used as garages and stables serving the main house. The result is a series of buildings and gardens that alternate in a magnificent rhythm.
The old orange orchard now has a swimming pool at its center so as to welcome guests on the edge with the scent of orange blossom. The furnishings have been partly recovered from old houses owned and partly chosen by the designers.
The result is a house that opens up to hospitality and accommodation with the warmth typical of Mediterranean homes. Architects Aldo Flore and Rosanna Venezia renovate the old building creating a Mediterranean residence characterized by large outdoor spaces that open up to the Apulian landscape.