Masseria San Giovanni is the result of the restoration work carried out on Ottava Piccola, a seventeenth-century fortified farmhouse. It is today owned by the actor Raoul Bova, who was very keen that the building be restored to house a hub for activities of various kinds, in which cinema teams up with the world of art and design.
Located in the splendid countryside of Apulia region, in Fasano, in the province of Brindisi, the farmhouse is surrounded by plenty of land planted with centuries-old olive trees, as well as a rich, colourful variety of citrus fruit trees.
The inviting interiors are furnished with a rigorous elegance and painstaking attention to detail. For a large part of the inside surfaces, the Roman Interior Stylist Cristina Gigli has selected a number of our collections, which she found particularly interesting for their ability to blend in with this restoration project.
A particularly important role is played by Cementina_5, from the CEMENTINE_20 collection, and the Exagona stone-effect porcelain stoneware tiles from the HERITAGE collection by Fioranese.

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