House of Peroni's latest installation is inspired by the cultural mecca that is Rome.
They say that, when in Rome, you should do as the Romans do. Though this installation isn't exactly in Rome -- it's in a London townhouse -- it's a pretty close approximation of what the Italian capital offers in terms of food, drink, film and design.
Guests are welcomed with an estimation of a Roman Garden; upon entering, they are greeted by UF05's beautiful blue-and-white installation. The multi-sensory experience continues with the Orange Garden, a visual masterpiece featuring a mirrored column and keyholes that screen clips of films from the likes of Simon Songhurst and Gabrielle Rigon. To top things off, three bars and one restaurant offer delicious, regional cuisine and seasonal beverages.
House of Peroni's New Installation Will Take You on a Roman Holiday
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