Once you are obsessed with Italian Design, you will recognize a common red thread and immediately refurbish your entire home. This is what happened when we stumbled upon this holiday apartment featuring more than 20 Italian companies that have produced tailor-made pieces to furnish the interiors.
Would you like to spend your next Venice vacation in style? Casa Flora‘ s short-term rental emulates the mood of a boutique hotel but at the same time allows you to feel at home, away from the hustle and bustle of Venice’s busy streets.
Living like a local is one the major trends in the hospitality area going on for a couple of years, and it was about time. I have always thought that a travel accommodation can’t replace my home, but feeling comfortable and kind of being at home when traveling is crucial.
Casa Flora is the result of these two worlds coming together, hospitality and custom design. The final outcome is a place that didn’t exist before in the lagoon, one that challenges traditional hospitality models and uses design to foster sustainable tourism.- Diego Paccagnella
Photography © Valentina Sommariva
The apartment was designed by Diego Paccagnella of Design-Apart working with hotelier Gioele Romanelli, interior designer Laura Sari from Reveria and architect Matteo Ghidoni from Salottobuono to help realise it.
Casa Flora has opened on March 23, 2017.