Villa in Positano

Matteo Piazza

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Claudia Schiera added this to Houzz Tour: A 17th Century Monastery Gets a Stylish Makeover8 January 2017

Houzz at a Glance Who lives here This is the holiday home of an Australian coupleLocation Positano, Campania, ItalyYear built The building was originally a 17th century monastery Architect Lazzarini Pickering ArchitectsSize 350 sq m (about 3,767 sq ft); plus 1,200 sq m (about 13,000 sq ft) of outdoor space consisting of three big terraces and a garden That’s interesting The collection of ancient Vietri ceramic tiles were collected one by one; they aren’t just decorations, but an architectural element of the interior.Photos by Matteo Piazza“Our work always takes strong inspiration from the territory,” says architect Carl Pickering. “From the very beginning, working in Positano required a deep understanding of the architecture of the Amalfi Coast. This led us to create something that’s rooted in the surrounding environment; that has a strong connection with the exterior. This is why we chose to carry out some studies on the Vietri ceramics.”

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HU-512962255 added this to Eastern Garden15 February 2022

Cypress overlaid with more cypress. Too much at eastern boundary? Eg, on kelvin grove boundary?

Марина Соколова added this to Идеи пользователя Марина11 October 2017

это мечта очень хочу такую Господи

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