Tuesday, November 26, 2013

In 1910 Giuseppe Visconti turned his family's ruined castle in Emilia Romagna into a hothouse of activity. In more ways that one, we are reminded of 'The Leopard'... Filling the living room are large Chinese vases and scale models of 18th-century armchairs. The serpent motif from the Visconti coat of arms sits within the sun in the centre of the ceiling.

In 1910 Giuseppe Visconti turned his family's ruined castle in Emilia Romagna into a hothouse of activity. In more ways that one, we are reminded of 'The Leopard'... Filling the living room are large Chinese vases and scale models of 18th-century armchairs. The serpent motif from the Visconti coat of arms sits within the sun in the centre of the ceiling.
In 1910 Giuseppe Visconti turned his family's ruined castle in Emilia Romagna into a hothouse of activity. In more ways that one, we are reminded of 'The Leopard'... Filling the living room are large Chinese vases and scale models of 18th-century armchairs. The serpent motif from the Visconti coat of arms sits within the sun in the centre of the ceiling.
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?pera 25 / Alata? Architecture & Consulting
?pera 25 / Alata? Architecture & Consulting
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