Palazzo Avino is a 5 stars resort located in Ravello on the Amalfi Coast in Italy.
It was initially constructed within the twelfth century as a noble residence and has undergone many transformations over the centuries.
A cautious renovation began in 1997 by the entrepreneur Giuseppe Avino, then carried out by his daughters, the sisters Mariella and Attilia Avino, reworked the traditional constructing into the brand new place to be within the Amalfi Coast.
Closed for a very long time due to the lockdown, the resort reopened on July fifteenth, revealing a particular capsule assortment of seven rooms curated by Cristina Celestino.
The Italian architect reimagined the interiors of a few of the most necessary rooms, together with the Belvedere suite, with a terrace overlooking the ocean and a personal swimming pool. “The idea takes its cue from the wonders of the Italian gardens of Ravello, and the odyssey of forgotten legends of the Tyrrhenian Sea” writes Cristina Celestino on her Instagram web page.
Coloration is the principle component that characterizes the interiors and the architect labored with 3 chromatic moods: acquamarine, coral and sand. “The thought got here by desirous about the essence of Palazzo Avino and its bond with Ravello and the Amalfi Coast – Perched on the steep cobblestone alleys, the resort is sort of a pink mirage amidst terraces of olive and citrus timber” Cristina Celestino.
Furnishing and rugs have been designed by Cristina Celestino particularly for the resort. She took inspiration from the weather featured within the authentic structure “colour, texture and surfaces, the boundary between earth and sea, classicism and orientalism, indoors and open air”. The brand new designs completely mirror Cristina Celestino’s model but in addition create a dialogue with the constructing and the encompassing nature.
Inside photographs by Davide Lovatti
Exterior photographs courtesy of Palazzo Avino