Located in a centuries-old palazzo, this is the Fendi casa new headquarters.
The Italian luxury furniture brand is moving to a new headquarters. Designed by Parisian interior designer Jacques Grange, the Orsi Mangelli Palazzo is now the home of furniture empire.
Raffaella Vignatelli assumed leadership of Fendi Casa last year, after her father’s death in 2017. She inherited not only the brand but also a historic palazzo. The Palazzo is located in northern-Italy and was built in the 14th century. The medieval palazzo still features some original in the entryway.
Starting with the first-floor passage which features hand-painted decorations by Zaccarini, furniture, and lighting by Fendi Casa and original Venetian mosaic floors.
The Salon in the Gandolfi Hall includes the work of Gaeatano Galdolfi and furniture by Fendi Casa.
The final result is the perfect mix og historic details, as the ceiling frescoes and the modern furniture by the Italian brand.
Although the brand has a vast offer of lighting fixtures some of the chandeliers in the house are vintage, like the one in one of the two staircases of the palazzo which is from the 1930s.
We are loving the mix of old and new in this dining room, and how original features as silk-brocade and frescoes.
There is even a chapel turned into a living room at the Palazzo. Gold details, luxury upholstered sofas, crystal chandeliers, and statement furniture. We love everything about this.
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