Chic Italian villa design Trullo Pinnacolo by Fabrice Bejjani
Paris-based architect and interior designer Fabrice Bejjani has designed the Trullo Pinnacolo project. This 350m2 villa is nestled within the picturesque valleys of Puglia in southern Italy.
The luxury villa consists of three buildings and perfectly combines Fabrice’s signature style, which is both elegant and simple, with materials which are typical of the region but employed to give a luxurious contemporary feel.
The fabrics, walnut wood, white lacquered metal and Trani marble chosen by Fabrice alongside his custom made furniture for the property, create a welcoming and simple ambience and a place to live that is very flowing, very gentle and with no frills. From every angle of this beautifully crafted villa, the hosts and guests can enjoy the region’s great exposure to light as well as the landscape afforded by the endless fields of olive trees which surround the luxury villa.
The kitchen and dining area opens out onto the three outdoor terrace areas and garden, creating a space which is both sociable, functional and ideal for alfresco dining.
These four identical adjoining bedrooms each have their own terrace overlooking the surrounding countryside and on the other side they overlook the Trullo and the Lamia.
All the bathrooms are arranged like a hotel bathroom and are highly functional and easy to use. The bathrooms that pair with bedrooms one to four have a window that opens onto the bedroom terrace.
These identical suites are more spacious than the other bedrooms and open directly onto a large patio and the swimming pool, with the benefit of plenty of light.
This bright and spacious lounge area is very bright from the natural sunlight and can accommodate up to 15 people. The bay window covers the entire length of the room and opens out onto the outside areas by way of a large glass door.
The heart of the building is the outdoor dining area which can accommodate up to 14 people, looks out over the stunning views and connects to the flight of stairs and the swimming pool.
The swimming pool is both the main and omnipresent feature of the villa. The sleek shape adds to the contemporary architectural appearance and the black mosaic tiles means the pool reflects both the house and the olive trees according to the time and the light.
Images courtesy of Think Puglia
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