Address Casa Malaparte 80076 Capri, Metropolitan City of Naples, Italy

Built between 1938 and 1943, Casa Malaparte is the result of a furious desire of the writer Curzio Malaparte to live in a spectacular landscape of Capri.

Adalberto Libera, the architect in charge of the project, drew up the first plans for the sumptuous villa located on an inaccessible plot of 12,000m2. But the collaboration between the architect and the writer did not go as planned and Curzio Malaparte finished his house with the help of a local mason.

Long abandoned after the death of its owner in 1957, the house was restored in the years 1980-1990 by Malaparte’s grand-nephew, Niccolo Rositani.

Today, many cultural events take place in Casa Malaparte, especially for architects and enthusiasts from around the world. Accessible by sea or on foot, the villa is a real challenge in every sense of the word.

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