This crumbling and abandoned farmhouse in the Italian countryside was carefully restored and modernized, with bright inteiors and a new addition, by a couple upgrading from a tiny apartment.
This renovation of an apartment in Rome stripped the space of its Art Deco details and inserted striking custom millwork and a minimalist wood stairwell volume.
In the renovation of this 1930s Tuscan farmhouse, most of the interior walls were dismantled to allow for a modern, open-plan interior, leaving the original stone structural wall and the exterior shell in tact.
This 200-year-old factory in Umbria was made into an inviting, bright home at the hands of designer Paola Navone.
This old oil mill that dates back to the 17th century in Salento lacked windows, so the architects carved out a number of skylights and opened up the back of the structure to create a patio, letting daylight flood in.
A six-unit residential building in the Dolomite mountains is a contemporary take on the regional vernacular. The color palette of existing houses in the area informed the choice of materials, and building codes mandated a pitched roof, but the structure boasts a highly geometric form that stands out from its neighbors.