4 August 2016
Fendi has recently reopened the Palazzo Fendi in Rome, inaugurating the new boutique and the Fendi Private Suites (we wrote about these luxurious suites in a previous number) on Via del Corso. The great undertaking has also produced the Palazzo Privé Apartment, a space reserved for VIP customers and guests passing through the Italian capital. Iconic furnishings, including Gio Ponti’s daybed and Zanuso’s armchairs, are side by side with Salci and Moran’s original pieces designed for Fendi’s Roman Lounge and Design Miami 2014. The Galleria Mazzoleni provided the artwork, painted by Lucio Fontana, Josef Albers and Agostino Bonalumi, to name a few. The pieces make the space even more exquisite for the fortunate few who will pass through the doors of Fendi’s Palazzo Privé.