The “Casa in Via Cattone” designed by Massimo Adario Architetto radiates a genuine personality, this luxury house personifies a cool, eclectic yet classy Italian style, mixing the old and new flawlessly.
Located in Rome, this apartment was essentially unchanged since it was built just after the unification of Italy, the architect for the interior design project respected the past. It is perfectly visible the remnants of the pass are obvious from the Palladian floors to the intricate door detailing. Even the layout of the bathrooms remains the same from the original configuration of the apartment. This home has a distinct personality and character, it seems to have a life of its own
The study and library room are covered in wallpaper from 18th-century illustrations that pass on a sense of balance and harmony. The living room decor has a distinguished selection of luxury furniture, art, and crafts from a keen collector. The brass coffee table, side table, and the contemporary sideboard are truely eyecatcher.
The transition from the different types of terrazzo flooring is remarkable, the kitchen floor with a unique color combo of soft pink, grey, white and black. Inside the kitchen, pastel blue cabinets and taupe walls contrast splendidly with brass lighting fixtures and 20th-century furniture.
This eclectic Italian house in layers of textures, colors, and styles blend successfully. There is a touch of luxury and opulence in every detail and its emphasized by the stunning views of historical Rome and St Peter’s Basilica.