Pedrali furnishes Leon’s Place Hotel

Leon’s Place is a boutique hotel belonging to the Planetaria Hotels chain, located in the heart of Rome. Elegant and refined, the hotel is the result of a restoration project of the ancient Palazzo Fabi Altini. The result is an architecture with a strong aesthetic impact, in a perfect blend of classical and modern contaminations. Characterised by a strong personality, Leon’s Place offers its guests an unforgettable stay, a journey through art and fashion, a luxury made up of details and harmonious plays of style.
The interiors are refined but informal, rich in colour but without excessive contrasts, using the chromatic harmony of pastel shades. Among these spaces stands out a “hand-painted” garden furnished with Pedrali products. Here is the Tribeca collection, designed by CMP Design, which reinterprets in a modern way the classic terrace chairs of the Sixties through new materials: a solid tubular frame combined with the elasticity of a vertically warped plastic profile that stands out for its durable, cleanable and colourful nature. Proposed in pink, Tribeca fits harmoniously into the colour palette that defines the space, matching the neutral tones of the Ikon tables by Pio and Tito Toso, defined by a conical polypropylene base.
The Giravolta wireless lamps add that extra touch of enchantment to the atmosphere. Designed by Basaglia Rota Nodari, Giravolta is inspired by the lanterns of the past and features a rotating diffuser that allows the light to be oriented at 360°.
Pedrali’s furnishings also welcome guests during breakfast, in an intimate room with a beautiful vaulted ceiling. The Jazz armchairs are elegant and characterised by a harmony of shapes. The curved seat and backrest, upholstered in orange velvet, are supported by a light steel frame in antique brass. This finish is also used in Inox, a sober and functional table defined by a geometry that makes it suitable for different contexts. Modus modular upholstered seats in green velvet complete the environment.
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