Gallery: Torre di Moravola: Christopher Chong Converts a 12th Century W...

When architect Christopher Chong and his partner Seonaid Mackenzie first purchased the Torre di Moravola in Italy, the 12th century watchtower was a crumble of ruins that had bushes and trees sticking out of it. They naively entered into the contract, underestimating what it would take to bring it back to life. But six years later, the stone building has emerged as a gorgeous boutique hotel overlooking the majestic Tiber Valley.

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