The Casa Flora was created by the Romanelli family, which decided to turn an old workshop for student designs into an easy and comfortable boutique temporary rental space. The family wanted to explore a different concept for hospitality and hired architect Matteo Ghidoni and interior designer Laura Sari to transform the space into a temporary home for travelers.
The luxury apartment has three bedrooms (each equipped with a private bathroom), a dining room and a fully functional kitchen. All of the art and design features were created by local designers and artisans, used to make the apartment as comfortable as possible. The interior was designed to resemble a lagoon, using a light pink, blue, yellow and green color scheme.
The Casa Flora is an affordable rental option for travelers seeking a new and different way to see Venice.
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