A NOBLE BUILDING WITH AN EXCEPTIONAL CHOICE OF RECEPTION AREAS.
The Pignatelli house is the most charming and elaborate at the complex. Its architectonic history is the result of a series of different projects with which it has evolved throughout the decades, until it became an enchanting Renaissance Revival home.
The sober façade is marked by its contrasting colours and materials including the rustic ash on the ground floor and the smooth ash upstairs, and embellished with noble coats of arms, a typically Florentine decoration.
A square tower dominates the building. It was once a loggia, an architectonic solution adopted to lighten the structure. Through an iron door topped with the Pignatelli coat of arms, we enter the prestigious lobby, built initially for carriages to pass through and then transformed into a ball room.
A dominating stairway leads up to the first floor, where a Doric colonnade covered with rib vaults rhythmically connects passages with larger halls adorned with delicate stucco work, inspired by the Renaissance Revival and Baroque.
AREA – 1.900 SMQ
FLOORS – 4