Casa Talia Hotel in Sicily by Marco Giunta and Viviana Haddad
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Casa Talia Hotel in Sicily by Marco Giunta and Viviana Haddad

The Casa Talia is a small baroque hotel with just 6 rooms situated in Modica, the ancient city of 100 bells and 100 churches. This is the genuine Sicily, if you are keen to slow living, you’ll love this place.

Casa Talia Modica Sicily by Marco Giunta and Viviana Haddad. Exteriors Garden Dining

Casa Talia Modica Sicily designed by Marco Giunta and Viviana Haddad

Marco Giunta and Viviana Haddad are a couple of Milanese architects, they traveled to Modica in 2001 and decided to live here, and rebuilt an old houses into a small deluxe hotel.

Architects: Marco Giunta, Viviana Haddad
Location: Modica, Sicily, Italy
Photographs: Simone Aprile, Matteo Cirenei, Andrea Ferrari

Casa Talia Modica Sicily by Marco Giunta and Viviana Haddad. Baroque Interiors Cave and Chair

Casa Talia Modica Sicily by Marco Giunta and Viviana Haddad. Baroque Interiors Bedroom wall

From the hotel:

The project of restoration has been inspired by the intimate feature of the Arabic houses in the Medina, which are peacefull places even though they are in the center of a busy town.

Like in a Moroccan riad, rooms in Talìa are indipendent and do not comunicate, but they all face the central garden, which is an important element of the facility and is the place of encounters……

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