Beautiful simplicity in every detail
Minimalism meets majesty at Palazzo Daniele where monastic décor exaggerates the grandeur of ceiling frescoes and standalone art and design pieces.
Sparsely furnished spaces feature design pieces that blur the lines between art and function. Site-specific works chosen by Francesco Petrucci feature a Luigi Presicce lamp, Nicolas Party stools, Roberto Cuoghi sculpture, and many more. All modern designs mix seamlessly with ancient portraits.
In the nine suites, bare walls feature the cracks of time and monastic beds take center stage, serving to exaggerate the grandeur of original ceiling frescoes and mosaic flooring. The ground floor living areas have been converted into functional spaces for exhibiting art.
The property’s 19th-century chapel, have been restored and will inspire you with its simple beauty.