Product: Heritage Filigrana Siena
Project: Ettore Fagiuoli
Partner: Bordoni Tuttoparquet
PALAZZO POSTE IN VERONA UNRAVELS ITS FUTURE in the name of ART and DESIGN
Palazzo Poste in Verona, projected by Ettore Fagiuoli in the 1920s, gets a second chance thanks to a residential initiative dedicated to art and design.
Two steps away from the main attractions of the old the city of Verona, Palazzo Poste stands out as a Mannerist and Baroque-inspired building, now the real estate broker Abitare Co gives it a second life.
The historic palace is nestled in the heart of the renowned romantic city, world famous for its doomed lovers Romeo and Juliet. The majestic historic building is reminiscent of the 1920s, designed by. Ettore Fagiuoli, - architect of the Bank of Italy headquarters in via Cordusio in Milan, in collaboration with Broggi and Nava, and of the bell tower for the Verona cathedral built, yet incomplete, between 1915 and 1920. It is best known as Palazzo Poste” and widely considered as a magnificent model of mannerist and baroque inspiration, powerful synthesis of both lavish decorum and sobriety. In recent years, it has experienced a new youth as the result of the undertaking an ambitious renovation and refurbishment project.
The top-noth model home features a tailor-made wood flooring in Heritage Siena Filigrana fitted in a special "comb" pattern crossing horizontal and vertical lines.
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