Welcome to our weekly property digest, where we bring together the best homes for rent and sale across the world. This week, we have an updated east London home by Lynch Architects and an Italian Masseria in the Puglian countryside.

Shoreditch home by Lynch Architects, London, UK

Photography: The Modern House

2 bedrooms; £1.295m via The Modern House
Timber frames and birch plywood dominate inside this east London home by Lynch Architects. Sitting on Hoxton Street, the property unfurls across four storeys and was originally designed by Leonard Manasseh in the 1970s. Details include exposed copper piping, sloped glazing and built-in cabinetry. Take a closer look.

MOMA curator’s gallery home in New York, USA

MOMA curator’s gallery home for sale in New York
Courtesy Halstead

5 bedrooms; $6.5m via Halstead
Designed in 1995 by Vuko Tashkovich and later extended, this geometric home was designed for MOMA curator William Rubin and his wife Phyllis Hattis to house their large collection of art. Tashkovich worked under I M Pei for a while and was influenced by the architecture of his nature land, incorporating arches and the distribution of light into his designs. See more.

A contemporary Balearic Islands retreat, Ibiza

Via Sotheby’s International Realty

7 bedrooms; POA via Ibiza Sotheby’s International Realty
Architect Bruno Erpicum combines concrete and dramatic clifftop views at this freshly completed Ibizan home. Raw materials are on show across the villa, including steel beams, concrete and glass. Polished floors and ceilings are offset by oak panelling and cabinetry, and wooden furniture throughout the home. Take a look around.

Villa Carina in Tuscany, Italy

 

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6 bedrooms; from £1,351 per night via Le Collectionist

Siena’s Villa Carina sits between the Tyrrhenian Sea and the Apennines and is surrounded by fields of grapevines, olives groves, and green oak forests. Guests can explore nearby wineries, and film buffs might recognise the location from Russian director Andreï Tarkovski’s movie, Nostalghia.

Masseria in Puglia, Italy

 

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Sleeps 12; €1.295m via ArchitectenWoning

Masseria Battimuro is nestled within an olive grove in Puglia’s San Michele Salentino between the Ionian and the Adriatic Sea. The minimalist southern Italian holiday home is being touted as a commercial opportunity as well as a holiday home: there’s an opportunity to run an olive oil business with products from its groves or rent the space out for events and shoots.

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