Casa Olivi is famous due to the fact that it is placed beyond the medieval town of Treia, in Italy. It is a 300-year-old farmhouse where the modern meets the old. 

Casa Olivi was reimagined as a holiday home—retaining its heritage listed exterior, but with a thoroughly contemporary interior.
The interior was renovated by Swiss architects Markus Wespi and Jerome de Meuron. The entire hoyse measure almost 5000 square feet, having five bathrooms, five bedrooms, and open-plan living space on the ground floor.  From farmhouse to a luxury villa, Casa Olivi can host designer furnishings, external patios with cooking areas and many others.