A strong personality, luxury made of details, harmonious and elegant games of style, contrasts between classic settings and contemporary contaminations. Leon’s Place, a boutique hotel of the Planetaria Hotels chain, is an appealing destination in the heart of the capital, created in the context of the restoration of the historic Palazzo Fabi Altini. An evocative atmosphere of pleasant amazement, in spaces that combine painstaking care with informality, and exuberant color without excessive contrast.
These spaces include a garden “painted by hand” and furnished with products by Pedrali. A visionary place steeped in pastel pink, to enjoy a drink on hot summer days, or a simple coffee break, literally on top of the clouds. The Tribeca collection by CMP Design takes part in the setting and the chromatic theme, reinterpreting the classic terrace seating of the 1960s in a modern, total pink guise, with borders in woven plastic, combined with the neutral tones of the Ikon tables by Pio & Tito Toso, featuring a conical base in polypropylene.
The games of light of the Giravolta wireless lamps, utilized here in the mint green color, add a touch of enchantment to the atmosphere. Designed by Basaglia Rota Nodari, they are a contemporary take on old lanterns, with a swiveling diffuser for the LEDs, to permit 360° directional adjustment.
At breakfast, guests are welcomed into a room with a beautiful vaulted ceiling, an intimate, seductive space based on the deliberate dissonance of mix and match elements. The protagonists of this refined aesthetic syntax are also pieces by Pedrali: the Jazz chairs covered in orange velvet with an antique brass structure, the Inox tables, with their sober, functional design, and the Modus modular upholstered seating, used here in the green velvet version, in tune with the theatrical fresco of plants.