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The staircase of Casa Cuoco in Civita Campomarano before restaurations...
Before restoration, Casa Cuoco was set up as a meeting room. "The space remained empty for years.
Before the restoration, the space was used by a cooperative for social inclusion. They now share the building.
Before being turned into a holiday apartment, the rooms were part of an archaeological museum.
This is where the Italian Villages project started three years ago: The first house to be restored was Casa Greco, a...
The designers decided to keep the original stone walls and floors.
Brooklyn-based artist Francesco Simeti created a Renaissance-inspired tapestry that doubles as a curtain, visible from...
DWA Studio opted for brands like Cassina, Nemo, Kvadrat, and Bitossi to furnish the two-level apartment that can host...
Only 10 people live in the crumbling town of Civita di Bagnoregio, Italy.
The town of Lavenone stretches into the Alps. It has a population of 500.
Young visual artist Olimpia Zagnoli, who has illustrated magazine covers for The New York Times, decorated the walls...
The cooperative now regularly uses the apartment for their meetings.