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an Ambassador's Residence

An elegant residence in Parioli is enhanced with fine upholstery

of the Swiss fabric designer Christian Fischbacher and classic antiques from Roma.

The living was divided in different areas of conversation.

A long English antique table is the main piece of the residence.

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The entrance is bright and has antique pieces from England and Italy. The mirror is from VIII century, the two leg wall consolle has been specially designed by Stefano Frontani to match with it. Above the English rosewood folding table of 1900 with the Chinese Blue&White porcelaine sphere, a picture of Her Majesty The Queen Elizabeth II .

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Two white silk refurbished antique Chinese chairs welcome the Guests at the entrance of the Residence.

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The old sofas were recovered with a blend of silk and cotton fabric. The cherry wood parquet was intentinally left without any carpet to give a warmer ligth to the ambient. The pinkish tone of this extraorinary floor suggested to Stefano Frontani the purple and gold colors of the long curtains. 

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LEFT: A pair of VIII century candle holders was transformed in charming living lamps. The double silk lampshades were

designed by Stefano Frontani and

realized by artisan Roberto Amoretti in Roma.  

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A fourteen foot antique table from Britain can seat up to fourteen Guests.

Regular perspective was meant here to infuse order, elegance and stability. 

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The two twin benches in the dining room are

Roman from VIII century. They have been

searched and found by Stefano Frontani especially

for this Residence and totally restored.

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One of the batrooms presents

typical British colors and decor.

The cabinet is lacquered in burgundy red

with golden details.

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