To understand the true essence of this home and consequently that of its owners, we must walk through the front door and discover how this eclectic taste manages to emerge in every single space and furnishing element. Just past the entrance one cannot help but be amazed by the colours and light that brighten each room with the numerous windows that open up all around the home. Welcoming us at the entrance, in addition to our amazement, of course, we find a Cubrik sideboard by Riflessi in hand-brushed brass which is set off by several Wall Clips lamps, also in brass, designed by Massimo Castagna for Henge.
With the atrium behind us, we reach what can be considered the heart of the house, a huge open-space interrupted conceptually but not visually by a spectacular winter garden that runs through the house for its entire height.
The first area we encounter is the dining room where a Plinto table by Meridiani, more than three metres long, is surrounded by a dozen Mini Papilio chairs which, with their mauve fabric, appear in perfect harmony with the petrol-colour lacquered table top. Above them a spectacular Ceramic Falls chandelier from FG Art and Design descends which, owing to the double height of the room, stands out with its incredible cascade of raku ceramic elements that, struck by the indirect light from the lampshade, create bright interplays of light which leave you breathless.