Visitors pass by a sentry wall of lamps from Design House Stockholm on their way to the airy living-dining room with its 52 windows.
For the floors in the kitchen and throughout, Navone placed hexagonal Carocim tiles of her own design.
Andrea Falkner-Campi and her husband commissioned designer Paola Navone to renovate an old tobacco factory in Spello, Italy.
The upper level of the 5,300-square-foot space is accessed via a slender stair with reclaimed-wood treads.
A carpet of custom tile created by Navone punctuates a corridor on the first floor.
In the seating area, a trolley found at a flea market functions as the coffee table alongside an expansive Navone–designed sofa for Linteloo. Custom pendants by photographer Mark Eden Schooley hang above the dining table.
A freestanding tub from the Water Monopoly.
In the shower: custom Carocim tile, created in Morocco.
Huge swaths of Indian cotton drape the vintage iron-framed bed and closet in the master bedroom. The double-height cabinets hold the residents’ clothing
In the upper-level seating area, an Ergofocus fireplace is flanked by a pair of leather armchairs designed by Navone for Baxter
The double-height cabinets hold the residents’ clothing.