Donald Sutherland and Jeremy Irons always stay at the Bauer and both love to go antiquing, shop in unknown areas of Venice and see the beautiful old glass and textile houses like Rubelli. Jeremy once went windsurfing along the canals.'' Natalie Portman .
A few blocks away are a house that looks like an Italian villa lifted from the shores of the Mediterranean, a mansion like the hunting lodge of a Scottish laird, and three grey houses in a row in a sleek style that used to be futuristic. The Italian.
Stunning historic castles and gorgeous villas aren't uncommon in the high-end Italian real estate market. But Villa Cornaro, one of the few remaining homes designed by the legendary architect Andrea Palladio, creates an entirely different level of.
Described by the architect as " houses without foundations", the treehouse is suspended 10 metres above the ground, supported by the surrounding fir trees and accessible via a bridge. The architect produced the structure in collaboration with DomusGaia, .
In 1927, the Belmont Woman's Club purchased the property, which serves as this year's Junior League of Boston Designer Show House . Twenty local designers have transformed its rooms , which are open to the public from Oct. 7 to Nov. 5. Think of it as a.
In 1989, Carl and Sally Gable, a couple from Atlanta, paid $2 million for a 16th-century villa in the Veneto region of northeastern Italy . The building, which they used as a second home , wasn't just any Renaissance jewel box, but one of 18 surviving.
The restaurant's name is both a reference to the Roman origin myth – in which a female wolf nurses the abandoned infant founder of Rome and his twin brother until their rescue – as well as the level of care SheWolf will take in crafting its house -made.
“Apparently, he fell in love with the villa's maid, and over time dispensed with his family to live there with her,” says Mara Solomon, director of Homebase Abroad, a concierge service that specializes in Italian villa travel. “It was a scandalous.
“Shanghai is one huge compelling thing,” said Michael Rock, creative director and co-founder of New York-based creative agency 2x4, and curator for the inaugural exhibit at Prada Rong Zhai, a newly restored heritage mansion by design doyenne Miuccia.
Most Irish antique furniture was made for big houses . Now, few of us have the space for it. In a big country house , ... Beautifully made, cleverly designed, and on a much more manageable scale than Big House furniture, mid-century European furniture is.
In 2003, they purchased a hilly 40-acre lot in Paso Robles and began the process of building a Tuscan-style home on a hilltop — almost entirely by themselves. ... From these plans, home designer Will Bateman and architect Ted Webber created blueprints.
With the 2017 Chicago Architecture Biennial in full swing and open to the public until January 7, 2017, we've scoured the galleries, halls and corridors of the Chicago Cultural Center to bring you our favorite fifteen installations. Documented through.
Internationally renowned architect and interior designer John Saladino ... The Montecito villa came on the market 16 years later, and things were different: He had just sold his East Coast home and his circumstances had changed. But so had the villa.
Finished in 1984 by builder and original owner Larry Hahn, this five-story Italian villa was designed by famed Atlanta architect Henri Jova. Jova was credited with helping spur the renaissance of Midtown in the 1970s, and he served as lead designer on.