Durslade Farmhouse

We have been spending the weekend at Durslade Farmhouse which is attached to, and run by, Hauser and Wirth in Somerset.  It’s an old and previously rundown farmhouse which has been restored under the supervision of Luis Laplace, an Argentinian architect, trained in Buenos Aires, who is now based in Paris and is adept at combining the rusticity of a Somerset farmhouse with an atmosphere of art luxe:-

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2 thoughts on “Durslade Farmhouse

  1. Susie Blundell says:

    I hope you enjoyed Hauser & Wirth it is a wonderful local asset in this beautiful part of the world – stimulating exhibitions and delicious food and an interesting garden with the shell at the end. For us ex-Londoners it is such a treat to see contemporary art on our doorstep. Roche Court outside Salisbury is also more than worth a visit and of architectural interest.

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