Because abandoned and not maintained, a number of luxurious villas of the Italian royal relics of the medieval villa has been transformed into a ghost. In Italy, it is estimated there are more than 300 villas ghosts or phantasms paesi Renaisssance relics.
Fine art photographer from Paris, Thomas Jorion traveled from Piedmont (northwest region of Italy capital of Torino) and Lombardy, which borders the Piedmont area of central Italy, Tuscany and Emilia Romagna is to perpetuate the villa in northern Italy through the camera shots.
Luxury villas located in the village was abandoned for various reasons, such as fears of mudslides, family tensions, the desire to migrate to big cities, as well as the construction of nuclear power plants. Most of the castle-like villa is located in an area with depressed economic conditions.
The term ‘villa’ was originally intended for a summer residence on the outskirts of the ancient Roman city. Roman villa and asymmetric terraces built on a hillside with a complex-with long poles, towers, gardens with ponds, fountains, and large reservoirs. In the 15th century, Italy began to uncover ancient ruins and building models of their own after the Roman prototypes.
Villa Renaissance is often used as a second home for members of the Italian nobility, like the Medici, a political and dynastic banking families who will be the royal house.