The gentle charm of Casa Soleto, evoking a time of tranquil domesticity, has been lovingly brought to life by Studio Andrew Trotter. The first personal hosting project by creative duo Andrew Trotter and Marcelo Martinez, this timeless transformation of the classic palazzo is sure to bring a smile to the face of any woman you love.
Casa Solato’s renowned designers restored the original floors, preserved the simple home-style kitchen, and carefully polished the heavily paginated 300-year-old wooden interior doors. We kept the good old atmosphere alive. A monastic atmosphere pervades the elegant residence, a pure natural space that emphasizes soft simplicity over stark modern minimalism.
The arched doorway and grand vaulted ceiling volumes have been reimagined in traditional lime plaster and warm tones. Decorative wall niches and decorative arcades feature spotlights created especially for this home by an artist friend, including a unique clay painting made from ancient soil found under the floorboards. The works are on display. The Medieval Room, a converted chapel, a spacious private bathroom with a claw-foot bathtub and views of the bell tower of the nearby church add to the antique charm of the residence. More modern outdoor living spaces, including a new dining terrace and plunge pool, blend harmoniously with the historic bones.