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The Palazzina Grassi, an atypical and mysterious palace

The Palazzina Grassi, an atypical and mysterious palace

Téva déco takes you to Italy, in the City of the Doges, to discover a palace in Venice close to the gondolas, carnival, canal and museums. Enter a place with an atmosphere as splendid as enigmatic. Located in the heart of Venice, this palace is close to the Palazzo Grassi, another large palace in Venice. A 15th century Venetian palace, the Palazzina Grassi is a very luxury and timeless hotel. The famous designer Philippe Starck has made this place a refined invitation to travel, where each room breathes the quintessence of Venice: fireplaces, dark wood bookcases, shop windows filled with blown glass ... The owner of the premises, Emanuele Garosci hopes to make Palazzina Grassi the new chic and intimate lair of the Venetians. The decor advocates a dreamlike universe, with chandeliers cast in wax, Murano glass and metal, and the predominance of mahogany in reference to Venice water taxis. The corridors are illuminated but dark and the walls are dark red associated with terrazzo marble floors, typical of the ancient Venetian palaces. On the bedroom side, the furniture is simple, the atmosphere serene, the walls pale pink and the mahogany floor. As for the G club, it is a private lounge reserved for residents, with its red crystal fireplace and its wall of mirrors for the dining room. Starck's goal was to give illusion, dream and poetry to this place. A successful bet, affirmed by the luxury of the materials rather than the decorative effects, and by the mirrors by the dozen, which cause phantasmagoria and optical illusion. Preview in pictures. For more information, visit the website: www.palazzinag.com