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Cloto Luxury Interiors: to furnish your home in Sardinia

on Oct 20, 2015 | 0 comments
It was 1987 when, in the land that is rocked to sleep by the sea and that awakes to the kiss of tree dew, Paola Sanna founded her business. An artisanal reality which was able to catch the spirit of Sardinia, the particularity of an island doused in the essences of the sea and illuminated by thousands of colour shades.
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Stazzo Gallurese: a living farmhouse in Northern Sardinia

on Jan 19, 2015 | 0 comments
The Stazzo world was a microcosm, a self-sufficient and independent place where the work of the farmers was not done for profit. It was just meant to feed and clothe themselves and their families maintaining a decorum in their community. Fulcrum of the rural life of thousands of pastors-farmers for hundreds of years, the building is usually a rectangular house consisting in granite blocks inside and divided into a maximum of two rooms although more often by a room apartment. Outside was often attached the oven (luFurru) and a small store (lupinnenti).
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Villa Pascià: another example of villa for sale in Sardinia

on Jan 7, 2015 | 0 comments
Villa Pascià is a beautiful property a few steps from the sea and set in the enchanting environment of Liscia di Vacca. Designed by Architect Couelle and developed on several levels, the villa presents a harmony of forms and materials that's typical of the best Mediterranean architecture, expressing a marked elegance that manages to be both wild and refined.
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Savin Couëlle: His idea of ​​Sardinia

on Jul 9, 2014 | 0 comments

The Costa Smeralda in Sardinia takes its name from the emerald waters off scalloped shores encrusted with granite outcroppings. An annual summer pilgrimage for sybaritic yachtsmen who anchored here in paradisiacal seclusion, the coast was fabled for its natural beauty. But when the current Aga Khan discovered it decades ago from a boat, buildings were few and architecture next to nil. Lacking water and fertile soil, it was underpopulated, underdeveloped and—except for ancient stone lookout towers—lacked a rich architectural tradition. The issue of a landscape without a strong indigenous architecture was a sensitive, even crucial, matter for the region’s future: Too much of the Mediterranean had already been overbuilt with structures insensitive to nature.
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Spaghetti Westerns – In Sardinia there is a Western village

on May 30, 2014 | 1 comment

Many Films called Spaghetti Westerns were shot in the Spanish desert region of Almería and a few around Rome, but some were filmed in and around San Salvatore di Cabras, a small Sardinia village outside of Cabras near Oristano. If you go to San Salvatore di Cabras, you'll find many house facades that look like they popped right out of a wild west set, because, well, they pretty much have. They were transformed in the 1960's during the heyday of Spaghetti Westerns into wild west towns for movies. There's even a bar in San Salvatore that a cowboy wouldn't feel uncomfortable in. Throw yer peanuts on the floor pardner!
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Ruggero Mameli: rethinking the inner Sardinia

on Apr 14, 2014 | 0 comments

Elegance, lightness, and authenticity. Subtle blends between the old and the contemporary, between the rugged and the polished, between cultural refinement and the touches of simplicity, between the East and the West… Enhancement of an abandoned house in a small village in Sardinia, the will of bringing it back to life, the determination to maintaining its authenticity without sacrificing comfort… This Ruggero’s dream became true. Read Ruggero’s history, a true Sardinian in his origins and in his heart. This is the history of a successful restoration Read Ruggero’s history, a true Sardinian in his origins and in his heart, now working in Abu Dhabi. This is the history of a successful restoration.
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