Ludovica + Roberto Palomba turned the building's layout around, converting the ground floor living areas to spaces perfect for exhibiting art. At the back of the building, the guestrooms and gathering spots look onto a series of courtyards. Historical features, meanwhile, were painstakingly restored, such as the property’s 19th-century chapel.
Ludovica + Roberto Palomba
Sparsely furnished spaces feature design pieces that blur the lines between art and function. Site-specific works chosen by Francesco Petrucci, such a Luigi Presicce lamp, Nicolas Party stools, Roberto Cuoghi sculpture, Simon d'Exea light box, Mohamed Namou’s “pocket”, and Carla Accardi’s lithography mix seamlessly with ancient portraits.
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