A stone's throw from the Colosseum and the Fori Imperiali, Condominio Monti, the new boutique hotel retains the convivial atmosphere of the historic district.
High-tech environments and spaces designed like those of a Roman domus in a historic building under the banner of reducing environmental impact.
At the center of one of the most envied Italian landscapes in the world, an enterprising couple has fulfilled her dream: to live in the picturesque "garden of Europe".
It is called LIÒN and is part of a historical building of the Fascist era: the bold lines and the saturated colors in the maximalist style, are opposed to the austerity of the Palazzo that welcomes it, to return fragments of the sweet life to the city.
Suspended in the clouds, but firmly rooted in the context, the new executive offices designed by the Roman firm Alvisi Kirimoto occupy the entire 32 ° floor of a newly built skyscraper in the bustling former industrial district of West Loop, Chicago.
The straight walls of the dining room and kitchen have taken a curved shape so that the transition between the atrium and the living room is easier. To create subtle gradations, the living room wall is in vertical stripes.