The Torre Moravola was completed in 2008 by Hong Kong-based architectural firm Studio Mackenzie-Chong Design. It is a former tower at the top of a hill in Montone, Italy that changed its design into a contemporary boutique hotel.
The tower is surrounded by terraces, oak woods, olive groves and fruit orchards. The energy for hot water and heating is supplied by the solar panels and there’s also a system that collects the rainwater which is afterwards used for irrigation.
The building is divided into four floors that accommodate six suites and one double room.