In Rome, designer Claudio Calcagni showcases Casa76, a reimagined attic apartment experience. Reflecting on architectural trends of the ’60s and ’70s, Casa76 combines a 140 sq. m (1,507 sq. ft) interior with a contemporary 50 sq. m (538 sq. ft) terrace.

With every corner, it celebrates art, literature, and unique perspectives, all the while providing a broad 180-degree view of the city.

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