Dimora La Pupa rests on a centuries-old olive grove, surrounded by almond trees and Mediterranean bush.
Although recently built, the house maintains the old Lamia architecture, consisting of a living room with a big fireplace and open kitchen, one bedroom with a king-size bed and ensuite bathroom, and one double room with two single beds and an ensuite bathroom with a spacious shower.
The bathroom of the main bedroom has direct access to an outdoor bathroom which is immersed in a green jungle, with a big bathtub framed by jasmine plants, that can be also accessed from the pool area.
The living space under the big portico consists of a kitchen with stoves, oven, dishwasher, and BBQ, a big table that seats up to ten people, and a convivial couch.
Not far from the house an original Trullo was turned into an intimate double bedroom with a big alcove bed and a private bathroom with a shower.
The design is organic and inspired by the already existing architecture, which is rustic and essential. All the materials used, like concrete and lime, help recreate that authentic atmosphere. The masonry furniture is characterized by smooth rounded edges and is enriched by refined raw fabrics. Artworks by contemporary Italian artists stand out on the walls and inside the recesses.
The Mediterranean garden that surrounds the swimming pool has different varieties of plants and a small organic vegetable garden. Next to the swimming pool, a small relaxation area for yoga and outdoor sports is also available to guests.
On the sides of the two bedrooms, therefore symmetrically on the sides of the structure, there are two courtyards, or ‘secret gardens’, for the private use of the guests who respectively stay there.