Andrew Trotter and Marcelo Martínez refresh 17th-century home where time “stood still”

Casa Soleto, a 17th-century house in Puglia, Italy, has been carefully renovated using lime plaster, terrazzo and furniture salvaged from a monastery.

The four-bedroom house, parts of which are over 400 years old, was given a refresh by its owners – architecture firm Studio Andrew Trotter and its studio manager Marcelo Martínez.

Casa Soleto is located in southern Italy

While no structural changes were made, the designers redid some of the building’s roofs, which were falling apart, added two bathrooms and powder rooms, and swapped the living and dining spaces around.

“The street front had all the baroque details of a small palazzo and inside it was like time stood

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