No matter where I look for colour inspiration, I find myself ineluctably drawn by this subdued, blackened pink that relates to the mud-brick building technique used by ancient civilisations. Here are my two favourite design projects.Continue reading “Is earthy pink a fad or a centuries-old architectural tradition?”
While I love many areas and cities in Italy, Puglia is a region close to my heart and it’s on the beach, by the shimmering water that I find my happy place every summer. While travelling abroad is still uncertain at this time, the first chance I get, I will book a flight to Puglia and further explore the region’s hidden charms.Continue reading “Masseria Moroseta”
With two lockdowns behind us and Christmas holidays in less than a week, there is no better time to improve our living spaces by sprucing them up with pieces that really speak to our values. With that said, if you’re looking for inimitable textures providing a sought-after narrative element, as well as natural materials which last a lifetime, then you’ve come to the right place.Continue reading “Retrouvius”
For the past five years, I have spent my summer holidays in salty-air Salento, the region at the heel tip of Italy’s boot. I had a well-oiled routine made up of lazing at the beach (Salento has some of the best beaches on mainland Italy, such as the crystalline waters of Punta Prosciutto) and overindulging in authentic Italian home cooking.
Last summer however, I decided to venture a little further and explore the hidden charms of Puglia, beyond wine tasting in the various masserie.Continue reading “Ciro Fornaro Ceramics”