When we embark on renovating our old farmhouse, a countryside villa, or any real estate property that is not exactly recent, we must ensure that we entrust it to those who know how to recognize, appreciate, and presenve its architectural or even historical value. Our company is highly sensitive to this issue. Our technicians, architects, surveyors, electricians, etc… are mandated with maintaining the architectural characteristics of the property, without, however, foregoing everything necessary to make the property modern, comfortable, and compliant. We know that Italy is immensely rich in historical constructions, with buildings of immense artistic value, from the Greeks and Romans to the Renaissance and to the present day; but often, small treasures can be hidden beneath the appearance of old country houses or houses scattered in one of the many villages of the Italian soil. An 18th-century country house, for example, at a superficial glance, may seem like just an ancient building without any noteworthy features, but in reality, it represents a slice of our history. That is why putting our hands on such a property is a delicate matter and not within everyone’s reach: alterations that distort the architectural spirit of the construction must be absolutely avoided. The canons of balance between the various compositional elements must be respected, materials as similar as possible to the original ones must be used, fixtures, doors, and windows must harmonize with the centuries-old age of the farmhouse. All this is imperative for our company; a carefull attention to the harmonic detail is fundamental for us; respect for the history of the artifact is one of the ethical pillars of our business. We must, all together, protect the cultural heritage, be it large or small, not only Italian but of the whole world: culture, history, and art are the inalienable heritage of all human beings.