Villa Sul Pallazzo is a breathtaking Roman villa and it is somehow encased in a building steeped in history in which, the Ramon Esteve Studio has recently created an extraordinary villa.
The place was formerly known as “Villa Carrega” which was built in 1912by the Italian architect Giovanni Battista Milani as housing for Prince Carrega. It was further enlarged in 1955 to accommodate a community of nuns and in 2011 this building ceased to be religious further transforming into a totally residential paradise.
Ramon Esteve brought new life to this luxury villa by adding contrast and immense spaces bathed in natural light. The Villa Sul Pallazo has an eclectic interior design where the furniture mixes perfectly with a contemporary touch.
The living room is distinguished by its light tones, natural Calcutta stone, and several windows which brings brightness into this spacious room. Behind the sliding doors that connects the living area to the kitchen, one discovers a lacquered and refined kitchen with a majestic, central island unit.
The polished staircase that leads upstairs unveils a room with generous volumes and minimalist decoration. Parquet and tones of caramel and white bring a touch of naturalness. This room is all about comfort and peace. The dressing room and bathroom that are connected to the room seem to intermingle with each other through a large glass wall. The central bathtub in the room is embellished with gold colors which are not only brought by the brass, but also by the reflecting of the glass in the room.
The icing on the cake is the central terrace at the Villa Pallazzo. The chandelier hovering above the terrace immediately catches the eyes as one further discovers the travertine material used in bringing out the external beauty of this place.
The breathtaking view that this villa offers is memorable. The building opens up on of its façades to the Vatican. The pre-existing architecture of the building coexists with the innovations brought by the Ramon Esteve Studios. The tower of Villa Pallazo has been transformed into an office with a long swimming pool that is open to the sky.
As for the colonnade, a characteristic of neo-classic architecture pops out while hosting a heated pool for winter evenings.