Chinese design, interiors and home magazine 'Casa International' devotes a ten-page spread to Think Puglia villa Trullo Pinnacolo.
"The 350m2 villa nestled within the picturesque valleys of Puglia in Southern Italy was designed and planned by Paris architect and interior designer Fabrice Bejjani. The project consists of three buildings and perfectly combines Fabrice’s signature style, which is both elegant and discrete, with materials which are typical of the region but employed to give a contemporary feel. The fabrics, walnut wood, white lacquered metal and Trani marble chosen by Fabrice alongside his custom made furniture for the property, create a welcoming and simple ambience and a place to live that is very flowing, very gentle and with no frills. From every angle of this beautifully crafted villa, the hosts and guests can enjoy the region’s great exposure to light as well as the landscape afforded by the endless fields of olive trees which surround the villa."