When I think of Puglia I always think of its food, not as nourishment but as a way of life: hospitableness, conversation, and story-telling. Puglia is one of the friendliest places I’ve ever been to. The shared stories, the exchanged smiles; those are memories I will always carry with me.
Masseria Moroseta is a white stone farmhouse built on a 5-hectare organic olive grove near Ostuni designed by Andrew Trotter. It is a small and delicious bed & breakfast with a warm and inviting atmosphere with many private spaces to relax. The limited palette of whitewashed colors offers the perfect setting to admire the landscape of Puglia. Of course, there is a swimming pool with a fantastic view of the sea and Ostuni over the olive trees.
La Masseria is furnished with local second-hand furniture that guests can purchase! A minimalist interior design with essential wooden items and colorful Kilims that make the atmosphere warm, perfectly combined with design icons such as the Castiglione Arco lamp, the abat-jour Eclisse by Vico Magistretti or the Ghost sofa by Gervasoni. Nicola Fasano’s magnificent ceramics are just the icing on the cake.
Masseria Moroseta is connected to the past in a peaceful environment which allows embracing the traditions of Puglia. A project that combines traditional architecture with a serene and timeless interior design. A masterpiece.
Photo: Salva Lopez
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