The loft Trastevere 1888 consists of 2 independent living units, 50 sqm. E 'divided into a living area with a kitchenette, a small romantic separate bedroom and bathroom with shower. In the living area there is a second double murphy bed. A second twin loft can double room, beds, baths.
The furniture, nice and original, is made in part from recycled materials, such as industrial lamps from an old factory car, the petrol pump Mobil '40s, or the kitchen Gasfire 50 years.
The furnishings are sought (electrical switches Bauhaus, 1930, rollaway beds in the wall) and no shortage of basic and practical solutions such as resin flooring industry, chosen for hygiene and ease of cleaning, or the sturdy kitchen sink grit concrete, reminiscent of those that exist in this type of housing in the '20s.
In the house there is the air conditioning hot / cold.
Trastevere 1888 a home for your vacation in Rome, built two centuries ago and situated in the center of Rome, in the characteristic neighborhood of Trastevere. As its name says, the apartment has been created by the recovery of some workshops of the palace built by the Torlonia family in the way of Riari in 1888.
The house is located in a strategic area for an unforgettable holiday in the most authentically Roman, which is part of a major tourist destination in the city, (you go walking on Tiber Island, Campo de 'Fiori, Piazza Navona, St. Peter, the Roman Forum, the Pantheon, the Coliseum, the Capitol and the Janiculum), but at the same time has maintained its characteristic rhythm and lifestyle.
The urban fabric of Trastevere, packed with cafes and markets, is wrapped in a vast network of narrow streets around the main square of Santa Maria in Trastevere and his church, founded around 220 d. C.
The apartment is within 1888 by way of Riari, is a step away from the Accademia dei Lincei, founded in the first years of '600 by Federico Cesi, the Galleria Corsini where they hosted important artistic works (Guido Reni, Lanfranco, Tiepolo, Canaletto, Carlo Maratta and Luca Giordano) and the Villa Farnesina, where you can admire the frescoes of Raphael. And 'finally close to Botanical Garden whose ramifications can be seen from the front door.
Spending a few days in Trastevere is the perfect opportunity for those who want to feel like a true Roman. This village and 'now a source of pride for the locals who praised him as the most authentic part of Rome.
Walking through the alleys of Trastevere you can hear the noise of shoe heels on cobblestones that make up the pavement characteristic typical of the historic center of Rome. The glare produced by the warm tones of the buildings recreate an effect similar to a sunset.
The windows, softened with plants, are surrounded by ivy. The laundry hanging is moved by the breeze that creeps along the streets. At lunchtime, it's a pleasure to hear the inviting scent of traditional Roman dishes that blend with the aroma of coffee bars in the neighborhood.
Trastevere is located near the magnificent monuments of the city, and 'the perfect place to turn our gaze to the Rome of yesteryear and, at the same time enjoy its contemporary look.