The Palazzo Decumani Hotel, in a sober Liberty style of the beginning of XX Century, was assigned to private housing and, even if still very fascinating, was in a clear state of neglect and decay. The architect’s main goal was to bring to light its original splendor, adding a touch of exclusivity and splendor. For this purpose, a contemporary, basic and elegant design has been chosen, recalling the classical style, but with a sober second reading, enriched by sought-after materials and finishings. The ground floor is dedicated to services and fulfills the functions of a public use facility. At the same time, it welcomes and amazes guests: the hall, the bar and the breakfast room are furnished with big and important sofas and a grey and purple velvet pouf. Every element has been custom designed by the architect, even the linear dyed wooden furniture and the leather-wrapped reception counter. In the center of the hall stands a marble spiral staircase, already part of the structure, which Fabrizia Frezza wanted to further highlight inserting a purple blown glass chandelier. In the upper floors, the twenty-eight rooms have been designed with a soft and welcoming setting: exquisite textiles, with strong and clear clay colors, are in opposition, in a game of tones, with the pure white of the ceiling and the walls, while the oak wood floors give a sense of warmth and cozy feeling.
CLIENT: COGEAT SRL STATUS: Complete 2008