Palazzo Farnese

One of the four wonders of Rome

A journey in the sixteenth century

Palazzo Farnese is one of the most significant monuments of Roman architecture of the sixteenth century; a real jewel that houses extraordinary works of art. Commissioned in 1513 by Alessandro Farnese (future Pope Paul III) and completed in 1589, it was built under the direction of four great architects: Sangallo il Giovane, Michelangelo, il Vignola and Giacomo Della Porta. Among the various masterpieces inside stands the famous Carracci Gallery, created by the famous Annibale and Agostino Carracci.

The warmth of the leather

Poltrona Frau has been selected for the products that furnish the wonderful Sala dei Fasti, frescoed initially by Salviati and finished, at his death, by Taddeo and Federico Zuccari. 

The work of the team of the Poltrona Frau showroom was precisely to interpret the client’s requests and find a solution that would fit perfectly within the reference context. The great artisan tradition and the attention to detail typical of the brand has merged perfectly with the historicity of this wonderful Renaissance pearl. Sofas and armchairs from the new Duo collection by Roberto Lazzeroni have been selected for the lounge area. For the meeting area the Isadora chairs have been combined with a completely covered Mesa Due meeting table. The trait d'union is the warm and welcoming Sc leather in the brown Sahara color that perfectly matches all the architectural and decorative elements of the environment in which the products are placed.


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