Contemporary artist Diego Bocelli was inspired by Etruscan art to create the works that decorate this room. The protagonists are above all scenes of daily life of the Etruscan people, an ancient inhabitant of our territory: among the images represented you can see players and dancers but also depictions of the Etruscan chimera of Arezzo. Peculiarity of this arrangement is the furniture: All the furniture in this room, in fact, are unique pieces made by hand with recycled materials taken directly from our estate, while the plaster was created with the soil of our surrounding fields.
Located on the ground floor, the room overlooks the woods of the Poggio Neri Park.
It has a double bed and a single bed and is characterized by a handmade terracotta floor that recalls the typically Etruscan colors, with shades ranging from terracotta to dark gray. The bathroom fixtures, on the other hand, are chromatically inspired by the “bucchero“, a type of black and glossy ceramic produced by the Etruscans to make vases.
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