Tags » Italian Architecture

Quartiere Coppedè

Quartiere Coppedè or the Coppedè District in Rome isn’t quite a district, but was given the name by the architect who designed it, Gino Coppedè. It is a small area of beautiful buildings, located in the north east of Rome. 135 more words


Life in Italy wouldn't be complete without a few epics fails...

For instance, there was the time that I was in the beautiful La Cinque Terre, on the coast of Liguria. M and I had finished yet another fabulous 18 course meal followed by two or three different kinds of digestive. 759 more words


Villa Malaparte

If you ever go to the Isle of Capri, it’s a must that you go see Villa Malaparte (also Casa Malaparte) on Punta Massullo. Not only is the architecture fascinating but it’s history is as well.


Studio William Hefner

Florence Calling

So I am slowly, SLOWLY, catching up on posting. While staying in San Donato in APRIL (WHERE does the time go???), we took a local, 45 minute bus ride into Florence several days in a row. 300 more words


When Old Meets New

Going for a stroll in southern Italy…this caught my eye

Studio William Hefner

Ceiling Inspirations from Italy

While in Italy I couldn’t help myself from photographing all the architectural inspirations I came across while exploring Capri and Sicily. Ceilings, were one of the many attractions…


Studio William Hefner

Martina Fiorita

While we were walking in Spain last month, our house in Martina Franca experienced a much-anticipated facelift. Ever since we acquired this centuries-old place years ago, we had intended to address its aging stucco façade before chunks of ancient plaster wreaked havoc on passers-by below. 786 more words

Living In Italy