For this room dedicated to the middle Ages the artist Fabio Graziani was inspired by Benedetto Antelami, an Italian sculptor and architect who lived between 1100 and 1200. The cycle of high-reliefs is a compositional and expressive synthesis that testifies to the narrative pathos with which they illustrate themselves the gestures and tools characteristic of seasonal jobs such as cutting the forest, a typical activity of the Sassetta community.
Even the furnishings speak of the territory: they were in fact made by hand using recycled materials taken from our estate and the plaster was created by working the land of the surrounding fields.
Located on the ground floor, the room with double bed overlooks the woods of Poggio Neri park and is dominated by an aged dark brown oak floor. In the bathroom, the bowl-shaped sink rests on an aged wooden board and all the furnishings are of a warm and enveloping coffee color. The shower cabin is in crystal.
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