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Italian Farmhouses of Puglia

Penguin Random House, Inc.

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Author(s):

Diane Lewis; photography by Mark Roskams

Format:

hardcover

Page count:

240

Size:

9" x 1.2" x 10"

ISBN:

978-0-8478-3590-4

Imprint:

Rizzoli

Why We Love This

Surrounded by verdant vineyards and groves of olive trees, the Masserie of Puglia--fortified domestic structures of brick, stone, and concrete dating from the Middle Ages--embody a rich cultural past largely unexplored by the tourists of Tuscany. Once serving as farmhouses and way stations for those traveling along the Via Appia, these buildings have been renovated to serve as private residences or boutique hotels, with their beautifully preserved interiors thoughtfully adapted and turned into a cool serenity. With striking photography by Mark Roskams and essays by architect and scholar Diane Lewis, this book offers a previously unseen look into these spaces.

Why We Love This

Surrounded by verdant vineyards and groves of olive trees, the Masserie of Puglia--fortified domestic structures of brick, stone, and concrete dating from the Middle Ages--embody a rich cultural past largely unexplored by the tourists of Tuscany. Once serving as farmhouses and way stations for those traveling along the Via Appia, these buildings have been renovated to serve as private residences or boutique hotels, with their beautifully preserved interiors thoughtfully adapted and turned into a cool serenity. With striking photography by Mark Roskams and essays by architect and scholar Diane Lewis, this book offers a previously unseen look into these spaces.

About Penguin Random House, Inc.

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