In Rome’s Garbatella, a young couple passionate about contemporary culture, design, art and literature and avid antique enthusiasts wanted a home that retained the typical architectural character of the neighbourhood. A reinterpretation resulted in fluid, bright spaces, a pentagram house where furniture, art, and collectibles come together. Freshly plastered white walls alternate with those showcasing the original colours of the house. Terrazzo floors maintain the connection between the rooms. Pentagram House by
Photography by Serena Eller Vainicher.