An All Fendi Palazzo, With Zuma On Top

An All Fendi Palazzo, With Zuma On Top

Reopened Palazzo Fendi in the center of Rome in Largo Goldoni, with the façade in that triangle of Via del Corso that form between Via Tomacelli Largo Goldoni and Via della Fontanella Borghese. A privileged view of Rome that extends wide-once on the terrace of the top floor. Fendi is looking Rome and Rome looking Fendi, in a very close relationship between the city and the brand founded in 1925.

Up of two floors and renovated entirely different interventions of several architects, Palazzo Fendi is made up of a boutique, a Vip Apartment, a boutique hotel with seven suites and two floors plus the terrace entrusted Zuma, the multi-starred Japanese restaurant born in London that in Rome opened his first restaurant in Europe.

So, starting from the bottom, the boutique. Improper, perhaps, call it shop, much better would call her shopping experience. Conceived by Gwenael Nicolas, you are greeted by the spherical sculpture mirror Moon Ball Swiss sculptor Not Vital The floor follows quelo of St. Peter’s cathedral with purple Calacatta marbles, red Lepanto, and FAWAKIR green. The decor consists of design pieces such as The Armchair of Thousand Heyes of the Campana brothers, the marble console stacked Hervé Van Der Straeten, driving towards the products, while the travertine walls at some point become raised and recalls the arches of the Palazzo della Civilta Eur, where Fendi has moved its administrative headquarters and creative, and realized by the artistic duo Analogy Project that communicates with a patchwork fur inlay embedded in the marble wall that is opposite. A marble staircase and glass elevator leading to a for the services of the Fur Salon, the Peakaboo Made To Order and the PAP Women’s Service with a decor that mixes pieces of design by Gio Ponti, Massimiliano Locatelli, a table sculpture Mathias Bengtsson , a lamp Michael Anastassiades, a ceramic tavolodi Lee Hung Chung, sketches by Karl Lagerfeld on the walls.

A piano and you arrive to the apartment reserved for VIP clients, designed by Emiliano Salci and Britt Moran DimoreStudio with a lobby, a large dining room, a lounge area and a test sitting. The dove-gray walls, which have retained the historic stucco, surrounding a decor of artistic design with sessions of Gio Ponti, a neon sculpture, Vertical Light commissioned by Fendi DimoreSturio for DesignMiami, vintage furniture of Mazzoleni Gallery, some armchairs in March Zanuso 1951, the chaise longue Miranda Bruno Mathson, the daybed Fendi in shaved mink, still a Fendi draft DimoreSturio for DesignMiami.

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