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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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Sartiglia 2015 Timeless emotion

on Jan 13, 2015 | 0 comments
In the heart of the Mediterranean sea, in Oristano, during the last Sunday and Tuesday of Carnival a great equestrian event takes place. Led by a semi-god, SU COMPONIDORI, 120 horsemen riding harnessed horses, race to carry off the hanging stars with the tip of a sword. The higher the numbers of stars the greater the prosperity throughout the year. The proud and brave horsemen try their luck to honor LA SARTIGLIA
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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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Discover how an apartment for sale in Sardinia can be renovated

on Nov 20, 2014 | 0 comments
The photos of the real estate agency do not give the right value to this beautiful penthouse apartment with a stunning view on Maddalena's Archipelago. I asked a sardinian architect to show us its full potential. Here is the result Conclusion: a house in Sardinia begins like a dream but it is necessary to built a real project to make it happen.
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Live in Sardinia in Autumn means … Autumn in Barbagia 2014

on Sep 8, 2014 | 0 comments

On September 5, 2014 kicks off the fourteenth edition of Autumn in Barbagia, an initiative designed and promoted by the Chamber of Commerce of Nuoro and the special company Aspen. Familiar theme of the event is to strengthen the identity of Sardinia during a period unconventional as the autumn. The visit of the 28 countries that open their cortes weekends, allows visitors to immerse themselves in the heart of inland Sardinia, to discover aromas, flavors and traditions, arts and crafts that are jealously guarded for centuries by countries Barbagia and that annually attract thousands of visitors, Sardinian, from the rest of Italy and abroad.
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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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