70F Architecture designs earth-sheltered villas at Le Ville de Trevinano

The property has a modern design that complements the countryside.

The boutique Le Ville di Trevinano Resort opened in the Lazio region of northern Italy, between Tuscany and Umbria. The property, which has a modern design that complements the countryside, has 10 villas that have interiors designed by Almere, Netherlands-based 70F Architecture.

The earth-sheltered villas at Le Ville de Trevinano are said to be “pushed into” the Tuscan hills that act as insulation to the property, making it energy efficient. The villas draw power from the sun and collect rainwater.

Tuscan stone adorns the villas that have panoramic views of the hills with floor-to-ceiling windows. The villas also have private patios and pools, and gardens planted with Cyprus trees and native plants. The bedrooms and living spaces have a neutral color palette and influences from locally sourced raw materials.

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The kitchens have custom cabinetry and modern appliances, while en suite bathrooms have a fitted rain shower, separate tub and panoramic views.



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