The ultimate set of Italian film maker Luca Guadagnino is own apartment. It is housed in a 17th-century palazzo and plays out all his aesthetics: atmospheric spaces where contrasts coexist harmoniously (like modern Danish chairs in a room with doors lavishly embellished in the Lombardian Baroque style). The renovation has uncovered frescoes and every original elements has been preserved.
Renovated by DRDH Architects who have preserved aspects of the original building, this apartment within a Georgian house lives now a new modernity. A more open plan makes it brighter and gives it more interconnection among the spaces.