Once upon a time, on the picturesque slopes of marvelous Tuscany, there was an old stone stable.
“Nothing is impossible”,- thought the architects of the Roy David Studio, and transformed that old building into modern and comfortable Residence.
Villa Motelparo became the ideal resort house for it’s new owners from Israel.
The architects were obliged to reconstruct each of the original stones of the old stable facades. All the original details such as window and door handles were refurbished and placed back.
Wheat and sunflower fields, surrounding the villa, inspired the team to use yellowish and white colours in the interior design.
The overall interiors of the villa were designed with terra-cotta stone flooring, wooden beams and ceiling ceramic tiles.
They preserved the original style of the building and at the same time turned it into the perfect vacation Residence, leaving warm and romantic atmosphere of Tuscany Region.
The Motelparo Villa is situated on a picturesque hill, surrounded with eye-catching landscapes of the Tuscan region of Italy. It belongs to an Israeli family that relishes their holidays here. It became possible due to Roy Davis Studio architect bureau, which transformed a time-worn stable into a cozy rest home. Sunflower and wheat fields, surrounding the house, inspired the architects to preserve the historical value of the building while filling it with modern accents. According to local laws and strict control on the process of building reconstructions, each and every stone from the disassembled walls was numbered, checked upon firmness and replaced to its original positions. The main colour in the villa interior is white, on the contrast to the warm yellow façade hue. Stone terracotta floors, ceramic tiles on the ceiling and wooden beams correspond to the local style. All the original details, such as window and door knobs, were restored and replaced.
Photos by Matteo Canestraro