Renovation of an 18th Century Building in Rovinj, Croatia

View from the Water, Renovation of an 18th Century Building in Rovinj, Croatia

The Tower in Rovinj was completed in 2009 by the Feltre based studio Giorgio Zaetta Architect. This project included the renovation of an 18th century property. The original structure has been carefully restored, the 2,152 square foot inside space beautifully blends modern and rustic elements.

The Tower is located in Rovinj, Croatia.

Balcony, Sea Views, Renovation of an 18th Century Building in Rovinj, Croatia

Entrance, Renovation of an 18th Century Building in Rovinj, Croatia

Stone Walls, Living Room, Renovation of an 18th Century Building in Rovinj, Croatia

Living Space, Lighting, Renovation of an 18th Century Building in Rovinj, Croatia

Kitchen, Dining Space, Renovation of an 18th Century Building in Rovinj, Croatia

Stainless Steel Kitchen Sink, Renovation of an 18th Century Building in Rovinj, Croatia

Modern Kitchen Island, Dining Table, Renovation of an 18th Century Building in Rovinj, Croatia

Lighting, Stone Walls, Renovation of an 18th Century Building in Rovinj, Croatia

Dining Table, Stone Walls, Renovation of an 18th Century Building in Rovinj, Croatia

Art, Renovation of an 18th Century Building in Rovinj, Croatia

Bar, Renovation of an 18th Century Building in Rovinj, Croatia

Staircase Lighting, Renovation of an 18th Century Building in Rovinj, Croatia

Stone Sink, Renovation of an 18th Century Building in Rovinj, Croatia

Modern Bathroom, Glass Walls, Renovation of an 18th Century Building in Rovinj, Croatia

Contemporary Bathroom, Renovation of an 18th Century Building in Rovinj, Croatia

Sink, Mirror, Renovation of an 18th Century Building in Rovinj, Croatia

Bath & Shower Room, Glass Walls, Renovation of an 18th Century Building in Rovinj, Croatia

Sea Views from the Bedroom, Stone Walls, Renovation of an 18th Century Building in Rovinj, Croatia

“The renovation was carried out in complete respect for the original 18th century outer structure. This tower is a perfect mix of historical disclosure and undisclosed technology.”

Photos By: Alberto Ferrero

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