A little gem for connoisseurs of the decade 1920-1930. A room with an elegant and refined atmosphere, with natural wood floor, furnished in shades of gray and red, the colors that Depero loved, and that we like to remember. Worthy of note are the dresser and the cubist bedside tables in oak and the futurist-inspired armchair of 1925. In the large bathroom accessories of Fontana Arte, as well as various other goodies that connoisseurs will recognize.



This spacious junior suite, inspired by the design of the 50s, has the prevailing colors of orange and lilac. A comfortable space of relaxation with two Boomerang armchairs, designed for Fritz Hansen, characterized by soft and essential lines and the small desk of the Arco series from 50s, designed by Studio BBPR for Olivetti. The refined sideboard by Osvaldo Borsani for Tecno separates the sleeping area. The floor is in natural wood and the bed has beautiful embroidered sheets. An exuberant ceramic mirror, designed in the ’51 by the local artist Carlo Moretti, interprets that touch of magic of popular Friulian culture. Other accessories come from a passion for Italian design.


40's SUITE

A comfortable and perfectly designed apartment of almost 60 square meters, with wooden floors and natural-colored exposed beams. The suite has a living area entrance with a rationalist sofa that can be transformed into a third bed, flanked by the amazing Garbo lamp, designed by the Japanese artist Mariyo Yagi. In the dining area there is an efficient equipped kitchen. In the bedroom there is an interesting futurist wardrobe, a small but efficient study area with a 50s bookshelf, and a sculptural chandelier by the firm Scolari from 60s. The innovative bathroom elements, model Ipsilon, were designed by ceramist Antonia Campi in 1969.


30’s LOFT

Large openspace of about 75 square meters, with an interweaving of exposed beams and natural wood floor. The light that enters from the ten windows on both sides enhances the white that envelops the loft of a romantic, almost rarefied atmosphere. The sleeping area is home to a prestigious 1930s-style bedroom with a king-size bed embellished with embroidered linen sheets. A suggestive chandelier by Venini of blown glass, always from the 30s, exalts the refinement of the environment. In the living area, a majolica Jugendstil stove divides the Austrian Secession-style dining area from the relaxation area, with a 1960 Square lounge by Marco Zanuso. The dining area has a table by Hoffman with an equipped kitchenette. The bathroom elements are the Lusso series, Tabor model, designed in 1961 by the ceramist Antonia Campi.