The Fauna room is cheerful and carefree. Its two windows overlook the inside courtyard of the building. The coffered ceiling, painted in shades of sky, instils happiness and a sweet feeling of lightness that makes thoughts “fly” away.

On the walls, the reproductions of various species of birds and the lamp in the shape of a birdcage which dominates the table brings to mind the grotesque decorations on the ceilings of many renaissance buildings. In the era of the Humanistic – Renaissance nature was considered to be the habitat in which man lived, in this era its study excluded any prerequisite supernatural; physical nature is studied rather than the metaphysical one: nature, studied in this free and autonomous way becomes thus the Regnum Hominis.

The Tuscan style bathroom offers all the European standard comforts with a wide waterfall shower, separate bidet, a pretty vanity alcove and exclusive courtesy kit signed Salvatore Ferragamo.

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