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    This place and these dwellings, inspired by the Genius Loci of this ancient land, captivated me so much when I first saw them that it was almost a calling.

    The residential complex consists of three independent units, plus an annexe on the ground floor, with a total area of approximately 300 square metres. A 17th-century trullo is flanked by two cottages: a 19th-century, stone, Romanesque-style one and another, reconstructed on a 19th-century alcove, in stone, glass and wood.

    I personally designed and supervised La Vestale, a restoration and conservation project, drawing on my experience as an architect: the careful recovery of the original materials and the use of ancient construction techniques by qualified local workers, the 'maestri trullari', gave life to rooms imbued with beauty and charm, equipped with the highest level of comfort that technology can offer.

    All the dwellings are equipped with the most advanced facilities, expertly placed under the stone through patient and laborious 'sewing/sculpting'.

    Extensive lighting, irrigation and home automation systems have been installed in the vast park area. There is also a patio of about 300 square metres, completely paved with original Trani chianche tiles, planted with olive trees and lit by high and LED lights. All the window and doorframes have been completely renovated, in seasoned wood, stylistically with shutters and windows with internal blinds, according to tradition, equipped with double glazing and in compliance with energy saving directives.

    After the long work of philological restoration, I can happily state that the Masseria Genius Loci Dimore is a masseria that welcomes and does not exclude: certainly more inclusive than exclusive! Its dwellings, combined with a park of centuries-old olive trees and Mediterranean maquis, maintain an 'ancient Matriarchal Beauty', not ostentatious, not embellished and rejuvenated, but enveloping in itself.

    My mission

    I just wanted, not as an architect, but as a man of my land, to "un-veil" that ancient, simple genius that our ancestors, in the essentiality of building, knew how to create and hand down to posterity.

    My essential mission is for this place to become an oasis of peace and refreshment for my guests, to refresh their souls from the passions and turmoil of everyday life.