A renovated mill in Salento, Italy

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In-demand architects and designers Ludovica and Roberto Palomba collaborating with the most renown design brands such as Zanotta, Kartell, Vhernier, Foscarini, Kenzo,etc. have been creating their vacation retreat in a 17th century oil mill in Salento, Italy and filling it with several of their designs. 

The couple says they often spend their summers away at their retreat (who could blame them?), and many a weekend during the rest of the work year. It looks like the perfect place to get disconnected and rest. I am not a fan of the mirrored storage space honestly but the open white washed courtyard connecting to the dining area is just stunning!

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  1. First time I saw pictures of this house, it was love at first sight : the white and ancient walls with their raw texture mixed with the contemporary design and its pure line; and least but not last, the location in one of my favorite spots in Italy … in a way, my idea of the perfect place to live ;-) have a lovely day xx

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