A hidden jewel inside Venice
Italy - Venice
A large house in the heart of Venice. A unique space born from the meeting of two worlds: that of Gioele Romanelli’s tradition of hospitality and Diego Paccagnella’s (of Design-Apart) design for innovation. At Casa Flora the architecture and interiors of a typical Venetian palazzo merge with the best craftsmanship, design, and Italian manufacturing: everything is bespoke in order to live the space as an experience.
One of Casa Flora’s distinctive features is its natural appearance, which pervades the rooms and living spaces: the colours of the lagoon (pink, green, yellow, blue) are the dominant shades in the rooms, the large bathrooms are like small private gardens, and dividing walls between the sleeping area and the bathroom evoke the old doors and windows of the greenhouses.
Great attention has also been paid to the materials used: the terrazzo sinks, the green stone used in the kitchen, the fabrics chosen for the furnishings, and the Murano glass accessories.
Typical modern Venetian elements, capable of bringing to life the most authentic and contemporary side of the lagoon have been revisited.
Architecture – Diego Paccagnella, Matteo Ghidoni, Laura Sari
Photos – Valentina Sommariva