Written by Toto Bergamo Rossi and Lydia Fasoli, Photographed by Marie Pierre Morel, Foreword by Jude Law
This beautiful, aspirational book offers a seductive vision of living and entertaining in the most elegantly appointed private interiors of Venice.
For centuries, millions have succumbed to the magic of Venice, but few have been able to venture into its sumptuous private spaces. This book invites us into the extravagant interiors and secret gardens via a tour of the grand apartments and private homes where Venetians have forged an inspiring approach to living and entertaining in grand Old World style.
This superbly photographed volume takes the reader behind the fabulous facades of Venice to explore its grand interiors and local cuisine. Featuring lively anecdotal text and stunning color photographs of private interiors otherwise not open to the public, and including recipes from Venice and the surrounding Veneto region, this beautifully illustrated volume is essential for anyone who has fantasized about living in one of the world’s most romantic cities. This is an enchanting volume for browsers, armchair tourists, and anyone interested in interior design.
About The Author
Lydia Fasoli is a journalist and stylist based in Paris. She has written for leading European publications. Francesco “Toto” Bergamo Rossi has devoted his life to the restoration, preservation, and promotion of the artistic and historical heritage of Venice and has helmed the Venetian Heritage Foundation since 2010. Marie-Pierre Morel is a lifestyle photographer whose work appears regularly in prestigious publications including Elle, Elle Decor, and Maison Francaise.