Principessa Clotilde

In an elegant historic building of the early ‘900 in the center of Rome, stands the residence Principessa Clotilde. A small treasure chest, strongly “Roman” and with decorative elements that recall the exterior. The columns become a fifth between the living room and the bedroom, decorated by the preciousness of the Van de Velde wallpaper and illuminated by the Astro light wall sconces. The somier with Misia fabric and the custom-made wall cabinets are signed Loto Ad Project.

The Venetian blind of the salle de bain stretches like a single skin on the tones of white, grey and black, recalling the ancient and sumptuous Rome. The room is completed by Fap ceramics, Edonè furniture and Glas Italia mirror. The boiserie, sliding with old mouldings but with a contemporary character, opens to the Elmar kitchen. Overlooking the living room with sofa Vis a Vis Casa Milano and the armchair Dom Edizioni, the oversized rose window in plaster made by artisans “PA.CA”, which houses the iconic lighting body “The Nothing” by Davide Groppi.

The round glass table in double height by Glas Italia is surrounded by Gaulino BD design, and the carpet Besana. The furniture in cannettato wood is designed by Loto Ad project while the flooring is Santamargherita New York marble. The radiator mirror, in the living space is K8.