Located in the Dolomite mountain village of Mareo, in South Tyrol, Italy, La Pedevilla was inspired by the traditional farmhouses of the region. The house is an energy-efficient oasis with its own water source, geothermal heating, solar panels, and a photovoltaic power plant. The architects used locally sourced solid Swiss stone pine and larch and Dolomite stone in the construction of La Pedevilla. The interiors feature a chiaroscuro effect, a mix of dark stained-wood surfaces and pale pine floors; I love the nautical-inspired stairs. The architects kept the palette simple and serene, and expansive windows overlook the drama-filled landscape. The mix of modern and classic and the serene color scheme makes the interiors very cozy and inviting.