Inhabiting time between versatility and eclecticism. Architect Pierattelli's Florentine home
Inhabiting time between versatility and eclecticism. Architect Pierattelli's Florentine home

Architect Massimo Pierattelli's Florentine home, designed by himself, reflects not only a personal life story, passions, affections and memories, but also the chosen path of Pierattelli Architetture, a firm founded in 1980

The leitmotif of all Pierattelli's architecture is a strong focus on environmental sustainability and a detailed interpretation of the architectural context and its historicity, as well as the client's requirements

Inhabiting time between versatility and eclecticism. Architect Pierattelli's Florentine home

This multidisciplinary and eclectic approach is reflected in his 300 square metre flat, built together with his wife Roberta, an urban architect. The house, located in Piazza de' Pizzi, is housed in a historic 16th century building

Inhabiting time between versatility and eclecticism. Architect Pierattelli's Florentine home

Sixteenth-century elements and pre-existing features such as exposed wooden beams, stone fireplaces and arches in the corridor interact with customised solutions, iconic design furniture and works of art, defining spaces with a unique personality

Inhabiting time between versatility and eclecticism. Architect Pierattelli's Florentine home

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