Torretta, or small tower in English, is a 32 sqm (344 square foot) duplex. It is the only room of Palazzo Daniele that has the privilege to have direct access to its grand courtyard, and therefore to its gardens.
On the groundfloor, a living area has a selection of exquisite art and design, including two tripoline chairs and a Vitra butterfly stool. On the walls, photos by artists Christodoulos Panayotou and Sim Way Kim, and a sculpture by LA based artist Bri Williams. Should you read Italian, you’d find also a collection of 500 volumes published in the 30s with the great classic of literature.
An old, small but extremely refined red marble staircase brings to the bedroom on the first floor, with its en suite bathroom. Here, a sculpture by Francesco Arena and a painting by Francis Offmann are the only concession to the monastic décor.