There’s an exquisite symmetry and general sense of balance to Casa Terra that betrays its design-loving owners. If you look at the living space from the kitchen and you’d be forgiven for thinking you were on the set of a Wes Anderson movie.
But there’s also a distinctly South American feel: a place of natural tones and colour-washed walls. Interestingly, it also keeps its Roman heritage: notice the herringbone parquetry, black marble finishings and coffered ceilings.
And in Casa Terra we have quite a unique space for small families or groups of friends to enjoy. Both will benefit from the sense of space created through the property’s clean style, which feels both relaxing and spacious.
Rather fittingly, Via dei Coronari – on which the apartment is located – is ranked among the 10 most beautiful streets in the world by Architectural Digest. Characterised by buildings built in the 15th and 16th centuries, the road has been here since antiquity.