Palazzo Fendi’s “Roman Lounge”, the brainchild of Dimore Studio’s Britt Moran and Emiliano Salci, is a symphony in sympathetic design, cleverly combining mid-century design details with the original beauty of the building’s baroque
aesthetic. Exaggerated, carved scrolls, volutes, and floral details adorn the surfaces of the sage-washed walls, doors, cornices, and pillars, evoking the baroque extravagance of the Renaissance age. Of particular note is the custom-designed glass tube installation in the foyer (your first view as you exit the apartment’s private lift), and the 16-seater square dining room table, surrounded by Fratelli Levaggi chairs from Liguria, each of which is upholstered in vintage 1920s fabric.
The overall effect is a backdrop of understated classic style, with modern and vintage design accents seamlessly blended to create a space that speaks simultaneously of high luxury and comfort — very much like the ethos of the Fendi fashion label itself.