- Architecture & development
We make another trip to the Moroseta Villas, this time to admire Villa Castelluccio. The holiday villa was designed by Studio Andrew Trotter, in collaboration with the owner and interior stylist Jayne Henderson. Previously, the former designed Masseria Moroseta and Villa Cardo within this complex of holiday villas.
Villa Castelluccio combines local materials, traditional building methods and details from the local architecture. The result is a three-bedroom, three-bathroom house that reflects the true Italian lifestyle and fits perfectly among the surrounding olive trees.
The rustic, light and airy feel was not to be lost sight of.
The country villa was built in 1920, but has been modernised without losing that rustic, light and airy feel. Concrete adorns the custom-made kitchen countertops and sinks in the bathroom. A fireplace was added in the back room. The studio also designed a new outdoor kitchen and seating areas, allowing guests to take full advantage of the beautiful weather and rural surroundings. The pool is surrounded by a long wall, creating the feeling of an outdoor room and allowing the swimmer to enjoy more seclusion.
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Photography by Salva Lopez