Ad Astra - Florence


Seven rooms in the Torrigiani al Campuccio palace in the center of Florence, are overlooking the largest private garden in Europe. That's where the project of an architect, Francesco Maestrelli, and a lawyer, Matteo Perduca, design and eclectic furnishings addicted, lead to the creation of the particular hotel Ad Astra. The atmosphere of the historic house is brightened and colored by contemporary objects with a vintage taste; Brass Brothers spotlights and wall lights alternate with lamps created 'ad-hoc' finding materials and prototypes in the Il Bronzetto warehouse.


Creativity is the key of this small pop art hotel where the idea of ​​combining many objects found in vintage shops and antique markets, happily coexists with the respect for the artisan tradition and the experience in the custom-made of Il Bronzetto craftsmen. The Wormhole table lamp matches to the color palette of the suite, thanks to the customized lampshades and the bases, available in numerous color variations of the marble base.


The Satellite line chandelier and the appliques by Brass Brothers & Co. light up the mid-Century atmosphere of the pink suite and give a modern soul to a noble palace and its architecture.