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YINJISPACE use media professional’s unique perspective,try to explore the essence of life behind the design works.

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Studio Andrew Trotter

Spanish architecture firm Studio Andrew Trotter was founded in 2010 by founder Andrew Trotter. Mainly provide architectural, interior, product and related design consulting services. The studio hopes to present an exclusive and elegant style through the use of fine materials and design, and to intervene in life with appropriate design.

Andrew Trotter was born into an artistic family in the north of England. His family moved to Australia when he was young and he was admitted to Queensland College of Art to study interior design. After graduating from university, he moved back to London. However, in 2000, in order to follow Yohji Yamamoto, Andrew Trotter, through his own efforts and the influence of the environment, developed a strong interest in Barcelona, and chose to live there, starting his new career in art and design. 

In 2010, Andrew Trotter founded Openhouse magazine in Barcelona, which he runs with partner Mari Luz Vidal, and converted his house into a contemporary photography gallery. They wanted to have "simplicity" at their core, but separate it from minimalism. For them, minimalism is strictly a very pure and restrained aesthetic, while simplicity is intrinsically warm and more humanistic.

The change of fashion trends around the world gave Andrew Trotter the opportunity to rethink his lifestyle and create space. He advocates that people should pay more attention to small and warm space, such as home, which is not only a container for rest and sleep, but also a place for personal spiritual feelings and family to enjoy life.

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    Design Works

    • Casa Soleto

      Casa Soleto offers a truly authentic experience of “the village life” in the heart of Salento, Puglia.
    • Casolare Scarani

      The small size of this Masseria villa is not common. Despite its small size, it has a rich historical beauty.
    • Casa Maiora

      The house was placed at the southern border to take advantage of the elevated level and to achieve the best views possible of the sea, which is only a stone’s throw away.
    • Borgo Gallana

      Borgo Gallana is a collection of three white stone traditional houses located amongst olive trees in the countryside of Oria, Puglia.
    • 10AM Penthouse

      The Penthouse apartment, located on two floors of the top floor, can be used as part of these events and can also be booked for private parties and long-term stays.
    • 10AM Venue

      A 500m2 multifunctional venue, split across 3 floors – a ground floor, a basement and a mezzanine – that can be used as one or divided into different size spaces.
    • Villa Cardo

      Villa Cardo is a three-bedroom home designed by Andrew Trotter studio, which also designed Masseria Moroseta.
    • Masseria Moroseta

      Masseria Moroseta is a white stone farmhouse standing proudly on a ridge overlooking olive trees and the sea.