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Hotel Lodi

This splendid 17th century villa is ideally positioned for those who want to escape the chaos of the historic centre, whilst also being able to have access to this area of historic and tourist interest. The hotel is located in an elegant and peaceful...

Super Minimalist House Design - Italian Home Architecture

This Italian home architecture designed by Andrea Oliva from Cittaarchitettura is what we like to call “modern minimalist” at its best. This contemporary house design simple through and through, from its flat property to its straightforward re...
by world architectures on Jul 5, 2010

Highlights of Italian Art and Architecture

Every year millions of visitors trek through Italy in search of ancient culture, great food, art, architecture, and more. The allure is immediate even to those who have never been.There is more art and architecture to see in Italy than one person...
by world architectures on Jun 10, 2010

Pisa Architecture

Pisa is a small town with a population of less than 100,000 located in the north of Italy. Pisa is known primarily for its leaning tower; however, there are some other tourist attractions in Pisa worthy of a look round. Pisa has a long history and...
by world architectures on May 28, 2010

Architecture and Italian Art | World Architecture

Millions of visitors voyage to and through Italy every year in the search of it's ancient culture. The great food, art, and architecture.There is more art and architecture to see in Italy than a person could possibly see in an entire lifetime. The...
by world architectures on May 23, 2010

Crazy About Montecito

Of all the places I've traveled to in the United States, Santa Barbara is probably my favorite.  To be more exact, Montecito.  If you can say a city or town has "it", this place definitely does.  With the beach, the mountains, the clim...
by Period Homes on Mar 12, 2010

Crazy About Montecito

Of all the places I've traveled to in the United States, Santa Barbara is probably my favorite.  To be more exact, Montecito.  If you can say a city or town has "it", this place definitely does.  With the beach, the mountains, the clim...
by Period Homes on Mar 12, 2010

Period Revivals in Cowtown

Fort Worth is known as cowtown -- where the west began.  While that puts images into people's minds of horses, cattle, ranches and cowboys (and we do have that) many do not realize the incredible amount of great Period Revival houses in our city...
by Period Homes on Mar 11, 2010

Period Revivals in Cowtown

Fort Worth is known as cowtown -- where the west began.  While that puts images into people's minds of horses, cattle, ranches and cowboys (and we do have that) many do not realize the incredible amount of great Period Revival houses in our city...
by Period Homes on Mar 11, 2010

Modern Twist on Classical Designs

Modern adaptations of classical architecture have their place.  It is very easy to completely destroy what started out as a great design.  I see it all the time on additions to old houses. However, when done right and an architect puts his...
by Period Homes on Jan 29, 2009

Modern Twist on Classical Designs

Modern adaptations of classical architecture have their place.  It is very easy to completely destroy what started out as a great design.  I see it all the time on additions to old houses.However, when done right and an architect puts his s...
by Period Homes on Jan 29, 2009


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