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The Most Beautiful Le Marche Houses 2013: Casa Olivi, Treia

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A 300-year-old farmhouse that has been almost burnt to the ground several years ago is set close to the town of Treia in the Le Marche region of Italy. The old building has been totally reformed and rebuilt to create something new. Was started by the Swiss architects Markus Wespi and Jérôme de Meuron, an extensive, four-year renovation project entitled Casa Olivi was turned into such a modern living space. Amazingly, this building is protected by the Italian Cultural and History Administration. As you can see from the pics below that the outside part of the building has been meticulously preserved. At the same time, the inside part of the building has been remodeled and proffers a minimalist and airy interior too. [...]

 

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Guilt Feelings Picture Quote

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Feeling Guilty Quote Often times we may feel guilty and obsess over something we said or did. We believe others hold it against us or judge us. In many cases other people did not even notice our wo...

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Randi G Fine's curator insight, November 9, 2013 10:54 AM

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Feeling Guilty Quote

Often times we may feel guilty and obsess over something we said or did. We believe others hold it against us or judge us. In many cases other people did not even notice our words or actions, quickly forgot about them, or were not the least bit affected by them. Still we punish ourselves and may carry that baggage throughout our entire life, never knowing that the only person we ever hurt was our self. ~Randi G. Fine~