BP9 New York Times Favorite Room


The Italian filmmaker, Luca Guadagnino, resides in a 17th-century Palazzo outside of Milan. Initially I was completely drawn into the image with the rich bold colors and textures. I absolutely love the preservation of historic elements within the space. I think there is a true beauty behind being able to expose the history, highlighting the imperfection rather than trying to cover it up. They abundance of natural light is always a breath of fresh air.

Below is an image of the loggia, located on the 2nd floor of the palazzo, where Guadagnino hosts his notorious dinner parties.



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