new and precious interpretations

In the heart of the city, just steps away from Piazza Erbe, Juliet’s house, and the Scaligeri palaces, Verona recounts the events of a not-so-distant past through the redevelopment of a 20th-century city palace, long known as the “Palazzo delle Poste” or “Post Office Palace.” Designed in an eclectic neoclassical-baroque style in the mid-1920s, near an adjacent botanical garden, by the renowned Veronese architect Ettore Fagiuoli, the palace served as the main seat of civic postal services until 2019.

Breathing new life into the structure, a new contemporary living environment has developed and distinguished itself in the individual apartments, thanks in part to careful collaborative work among professionals involved in various interior design projects. In particular, modern elegance and charm blend with the original architecture in the apartment presented in these pages, curated by Architect Paolo Richelli and furnished by our interior designer Francesca Santinato. The project, by rekindling the architect Fagiuoli’s attention to quality materials, color schemes, and stylistic combinations, has taken up, revitalized, and reinterpreted these elements, creating a broad and engaging organizational and stylistic approach.

The spacious residence not only presents itself enveloped in a cohesive and modern style that coordinates all the various spaces but also stands out primarily for its uniqueness and wealth of details. This is where the refinement of custom furnishings, marble and brass inserts, iconic pieces from Cassina and Poltrona Frau, the elegance of fabrics, and dramatic lighting and Moooi lamps come into play. All of this contributes to the blossoming of an innovative living concept: precious, artistic, and personalized.

De Castelli
Poltrona Frau