A furnishing project that engages in a dialogue with one of the most important architects of the 20th century: Carlo Scarpa. It was he who designed the stone floor and the wooden staircase in the exclusive residence inside the Venetian Palazzo Cavanis, a historic building that hosts international exhibitions and overlooks the Giudecca Canal. The rooms of the residence have been renovated by our designers with selected and evocative furnishings, with contemporary, soft and essential lines, able to converse freely with the elegance of the ancient spaces.
The mosaic floor designed by Scarpa gives character to the ground floor and binds the furnishings in a timeless embrace. The stylistic design of the living room is distinguished by the essential lines of the complements by Minotti, Poltrona Frau and Baxter, which embellish with modern design a typically Venetian place with a timeless flavour. On the first floor, the Scarpiana wooden staircase with staggered steps defines the space of the master bedroom, where a few white design elements have been added to the walls. Accurate choices to make different historical periods dialogue with balance. Not only the indoors but also the outdoors has been redeveloped with design objects with clean, linear forms that have filled the timeless building with novelty, defining a unique residence in which the emotional tension between past and present is perceptible.
Interior designer with a natural gift in knowing how to read the practical and functional aspects of any kind of home. The contamination of different styles and the understanding of the different ways of living a home are her real strengths. In addition to a strong passion for art.