309 Italy Exterior Design Photos

Oscar Interiors
Casa San Marino
Ideabooks341
Questions0
Hideaway, Le Marche - San Marino, Italy A historical Hideaway. A well-hidden place where the spirit finds its peace, nested between the Romagna, the Marches and Tuscany. Entering the gate, one leaves behind the pace of chaotic lives, and abandons itself to the joy of living of this ancient land. It
Casa San Marino, Le Marche - San Marino, Italy
“Dreaming” — rachmull
Oscar Interiors
Casa San Marino
Ideabooks291
Questions0
Hideaway, Le Marche - San Marino, Italy A historical Hideaway. Image courtesy on the realtor, Leo Trippi. A well-hidden place where the spirit finds its peace, nested between the Romagna, the Marches and Tuscany. Entering the gate, one leaves behind the pace of chaotic lives, and abandons itself to
Casa San Marino, Le Marche - San Marino, Italy
“Use of stone” — Sundar Joshi
Studio H Landscape Architecture
14 Reviews
Rodeo Estate Tuscan Landscape
Ideabooks1,514
Questions1
Italy house
exterior italy nice again
“Great house!” — Christia Alou
Finton Construction
French Normandy Beverly Hills
Ideabooks6,783
Questions5
Reminds me of Italy. Wouldn't work here, but I love the look. Hanging lanterns, interior courtyard, stone
beautiful stonework...is this Italy?
Looks like Italy
“Mansard roof” — tfiske
Vanni Archive/Architectural Photography
Renovated Tuscan Farm House, Siena, Italy
Ideabooks244
Questions0
Renovated Tuscan Farm House, Siena, Italy
Renovated Tuscan Farm House, Siena, Italy
Italy home
“not sure on true tuscan” — casacollina
Studio William Hefner
1 Review
William Hefner Architecture Interiors & Landscape
Ideabooks2,744
Questions1
Villa in Italy
Beautiful reminds me of Italy
“I like this stucco coloration” — amchristos
Mediterranean Exterior
Ideabooks18,086
Questions10
Back in italy
Italy memories
“Looks like something that you'd find in a theme park - trying to look ancient, but with this crispy” — Cassie Jones Feliziani
Hammer & Hand
9 Reviews
Karuna Passive House
Ideabooks2,837
Questions2
Passivhaus Institute in Germany, which is still widely regarded globally. It has many partner organizations throughout Europe. (For example, here in Italy, there is work being done to address Passive House standards for Mediterranean climates.) The largest certifier in the U.S. is the Passive House Institute
Passivhaus Institute in Germany, which is still widely regarded globally. It has many partner organizations throughout Europe. (For example, here in Italy, there is work being done to address Passive House standards for Mediterranean climates.)The largest certifier in the U.S. is the Passive House Institute
“Wood textures” — jamierivett
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