Nature provides the canvas; we create the works of art. Headed up by Count Benedikt Bolza, a London-trained architect and son of Count Antonio Bolza, Reschio’s founder, our talented in-house team is based in The Tabaccaia, Reschio’s creative centre and home to B.B for Reschio's bespoke interiors line. Benedikt has lived on the estate for 20 years, which means he knows every nook and cranny, each whim and whimsy of this extraordinary landscape, and is just the man to transform a crumbling ruin into a masterpiece
Every bespoke project starts with the footprint of the ancient farmhouse that once stood here.
Benedikt will stalk amongst the weather-worn stones, his trusty Fujifilm XT3 camera dangling from his shoulder, taking in the light, the aspect, the trees.
Working hand-in-hand with owners, the plan then comes together, plans that have earned Benedikt numerous accolades; he has been named by Architectural Digest as “one of the top 100 architects currently working in architecture and design”
The design should feel like you are walking into somewhere that suits you perfectly, that you have known for years but still holds surprises...
Custom-made mosaics, finest linens, bespoke furniture, intricate stucco work – all is laid, built, hand-stitched and formed by a remarkable team of local artisans, some of the finest working in Italy today.
How you, the owner, plans to use the space is key, so the interiors are at the heart of a project from the very beginning. As well as creating bespoke pieces through B.B for Reschio, Benedikt will source rare furniture and oil paintings from Italy’s best below-the-radar antiques markets
Indoor-outdoor living is a given at Reschio, with summer spent almost exclusively in the balmy open air.
From elegant avenues of cypress and umbrella pines, to shady loggias, ornamental stonework and neat rows of vineyards, our garden designers work with owners to create the kind of outdoor spaces you’ll find hard to drag yourself away from.
As Benedikt puts it, “These are spaces to live in, from your first coffee in the morning, to your last drink at night”. We dare you to disagree
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