BUILDING A DREAM ITALIAN FARMHOUSE (Renovating a Ruin Part 1)


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Buongiorno! So Guido is operating on a undertaking to show an outdated stone rooster coop on a farm in Tuscany, Italy, into a little one-bedroom area and I’m going to take you at the back of the scenes to peer the entire procedure – coping with Italian paperwork, opting for other antique items for the internal and external to create a rustic farmhouse taste, and attempting to ensure the entire thing remains on finances and on time table despite the fact that we are in Italy! If you’re keen on renovation makeover tasks or have at all times dreamed of shopping for a villa, farmhouse or a little smash in Tuscany and renovating it, then that is the collection for you! I’m hoping you find it irresistible. I put a lot of subtitles for the ones of you finding out Italian so you’ll be able to follow your language abilities. You can in finding many extra videos on my channel about how I discovered Italian and moved to Italy. Making those episodes by myself could be very time eating and costly and if you want to support my paintings, you’ll be able to in finding my Patreon web page right here:

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  1. Buongiorno! Some of you were asking why I was cooking the risotto the other week in a different kitchen. We’ve been spending a lot of time on this working farm of Guido’s family in the south of Tuscany, where they want to convert a stone chicken coop into a rustic hideaway for two to rent. Guido is managing all the Italian bureaucracy while I’ll be helping choose the materials and plan the interior. I’m not kidding about the placement of the kitchen and lounge/dining room – we would value your thoughts as building begins very soon! Hope you will enjoy coming with us on this adventure. Thank you as always for including me in your weekend. Kylie

  2. Hello Kylie
    You are living my dream!! Over 20 years ago I undertook a renovation/restoration of my mother's family home in Calabria. It was a very frustrating experience but I finally found the right contractor and now we enjoy our house and try to go every year. I love Italy…but the bureaucracy is terrible…haha. I just started watching so you have probably already finished your chicken coop. For me….I would take the view over the TV any day. I liked your second plan with the sink under the window and I would face the sofa toward the fireplace and the view. I also agree with you on reusing the stone….cutting it and using it as a veneer on the concrete wall. I'm sure it is costly but would look so Tuscan…no? I look forward to following your project in beautiful Tuscany. All the best. Ciao

  3. 14: 50 a wall of ram,ed earth or stones is more seismically sound than concrete and rebar. Using mud and rock foundation is the Best building material. I think Guido was mistaken and you can build using those stones. I am doing just this.

  4. Ristrutturare in toscana è semplicemente un… INCUBO: vincoli paesaggistici (solo per le abitazioni eh, per i capannoni industriali e commerciali no, vedere le grandi firme della moda cosa hanno costruito alle porte del chianti…..), vincoli artistici, una casa in fondo a una strada di campagna ed in cima ad una collina viene definita "centro storico" perché 70 anni fa ci facevano l'olio e ci seccavano il grano DUNQUE, conseguenza logica, oggi nel 2021, noi dobbiamo vivere come allora: luce pressoché zero perché guai a allargare le finestre, le porte picccccine.., i soffitti non si possono alzare e la campagna rimane quel quadratino minuscolo che si riesce a vedere dalle aperture che qualche contadino aveva deciso di costruire nel secolo scorso. Spostare le aperture, le porte, le canne fumarie… im – pos -si – bi le. Costruire un porticato? Se il contadino di un secolo fa non lo aveva progettato niet, vietato, lasciate ogni speranza. Lo costruirete con materiali autentici toscani, secondo tutta la tradizione più pura? No, perché il contadino di un secolo fa non ce lo aveva il porticato e voi neppure, nel 2021. E i tetti? Vogliamo parlare dei tetti? Perchè queste maledette tegole devono essere antiche, i coppi, insomma, e allora via a spendere per i coppi antichi oppure a rubarli di nascosto nelle case coloniche che i nobili toscani stanno lasciando andare in rovina, perché questo si, va bene.., i casali possono crollare ma voi non avrete mai il diritto di avere una finestra degna di questo secolo. E il colore della casa mica penserete di sceglierlo voi eh? E quello delle imposte e delle persiane? Eh no, eh… E i pannelli solari aspetta, nel mugello, in fondo a un campo sperduto a mezz'ora da Borgo San Lorenzo…, no, neanche lì sei sicuro che te li lascino mettere, no devi spendere con il bombolone di gpl…, eh, c'è la tutela del paesaggio….., ma non glielo ha detto nessuno qui che il mondo nel frattempo è andato avanti, che non siamo pià ai tempi di Dante Alighieri?!!!! E le casette mobili in legno solo se sei azienda agricola perché se invece se uno normale che non fa il contadino ma che ha comunque degli attrezzi da sistemare no, la casetta in legno… non va mica tanto bene.. Ed ancora la strada… per arrivare alla casa. Eh, non penserai mica di farti la tua strada non dico asfaltata o cementata ma almeno bianca, percorribile senza fare fuori una macchina di medio valore all'anno.., no, le strade devono essere sentieri da rally, niente si deve toccare, strappare, cambiare… No, la toscana è da mettersi a piangere a meno che non si abbiamo i miliardi e allora si trovano le ville che avevano già le finestre grandi e tutte le terrazze e i portici e le strade di accesso che si desiderano, ma prendere una casa media e ristrutturarla e viverci con una macchina media e uno stipendio medio per l'italiano medio (non lo straniero ricco) è un INCUBO; ripeto INCUBO. With love, (ed esperienza) 🙂
    E comunque la tv son d'accordo che dovrebbe essere una delle ultime priorità, la sera si guarda il tramonto in campagna e poi le stelle la notte. 🙂

  5. How sad you can't use those beautiful stones as part of this build🥲!! Kitchen MUST HAVE WINDOW & dining table on exterior wall for easy exterior exit (open to outside)!!

  6. If in Italy, obtain a construction permit, in an area of ​​historical interest, because here in Portugal, it is no less. So, if it were here, it would be a project to change the use, of livestock activity, of an aviary for housing, which implies obtaining a license to use, after the work is completed. In short, it is possible to rebuild or demolish a ruin in this space, but not to build it contiguously. Another interesting thing is to understand who is what, or who, relative to the project, and then if I'm going to make this comment in English or Italian. Well, the adjacent buildings are superb, but if I understand, this ruin was really a chicken coop.

  7. As an architect who studied in Japan (small spaces) I make 2 or 3 models of the room at a large scale (1:50) and do as you are – plan around seasonal furniture usage and where the kitchen /bathroom will go. My preference is to always work with the sun and views. The architect wants to control the costs by placing the kitchen/bathroom plumbing together which is a good strategy.

  8. Your beautiful program all of a sudden came on my smart TV and I just watched many of them one after another, and it is just beautiful, you both are such a sweet couple. Love the green color in the bathroom. I also watched a couple of your cook programs. Really enjoyed them all. I did subscribe and ring the bell.! I live in North Carolina, America.
    God bless,
    Barbara

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