THE RENOVATION OF A 15TH CENTURY BUILDING IN CROATIA

New York–based architect Steven Harris and his husband interior designer and artist Lucien Rees Roberts are responsible for the transformation of a 15th century house on a small island along Croatia’s Dalmatian coast, near Dubrovnik. The lime stone building is perched on a hill with breathtaking view of the Adriatic sea. During the extensive renovation, interior walls were torn down until there were just two spacious rooms left: a living room and an eat-in kitchen, previously used for storage and for smoking hams. Outside ruins discovered buried under rubble were repurposed as the foundation for a swimming pool. I love how much character this stunning home has!

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Credits & source: Revista AD, via Planete Deco.

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