This contemporary building visually occupies the five-acre parcel of land. Two parallel concrete sails create a noise and visual barrier to the west. A steep stairway stands between the two walls, rising to a rooftop terrace that gives way to a spectacular view to the south and the Atlas Mountains on a clear day. Large heights, flowing and open spaces, a play on shadow and light: the house spans the landscape. Images courtesy of Jean-Marie Monthiers.
Masseria Lamacoppa , just outside Ostuni in Puglia, is a luxurious 17th century manor house. With its vaulted ceilings and eclectic mix of art and furniture, this luxury Italian property houses a dedicated gym and private hammam. It is surrounded by 170 acres of forest, including a walled courtyard filled with lemon trees and olive […]