This unique villa is a converted 18th-century monastery in the hilly area of Positano's city center. The space develops smoothly and is divided into two high levels; the highest floor consisted in a cantilever sitting room and the sumptuous master bedroom, where the bathroom is also embedded as if it were a precious gem; and finally, a large open space that merges with the lower floor thanks to an architectural play of faience that is a trait d'union between the two environments.
On the ground floor, you'll find the dining area, kitchen, two guest bedrooms, and a large living room that offers stunning views of the cliff and the sea through two impressive 5-meter-high arches. These arches guide visitors to the terrace in a welcoming manner.
The exterior design draws inspiration from the Moroccan landscape. You'll find cozy seating areas surrounding the swimming pool, showcasing the strong influence of Arab culture on the Campania coasts. The connection between indoors and outdoors is enhanced by large steel frames, which are also featured in the various terraces around the house. These terraces create a hanging garden experience filled with lemon and fruit trees. Imagine walking through this lush greenery or enjoying an incredible view while taking a swim in the pool.
The villa's interior is a vibrant mix of ancient Vietri majolica tiles, open furnishings, tall windows, and historic arches. All of these elements come together to create a dynamic and ever-changing visual experience. The space is filled with natural light, offering bright and enchanting perspectives at every turn.