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Quadruple Room BnB - La Signoria di Firenze
Masaccio
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The Masaccio suite, of 45 square meters, is designed to accommodate up to a...
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5
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The Masaccio suite, of 45 square meters, is designed to accommodate up to a maximum of five people, ideal for small groups of friends or a family. Thanks to the large spaces, it is possible to maintain the right privacy between guests inside the room. The view is on Via Calimaruzza, one of the oldest streets in the city. It is finished with wooden floors, narcissus colored walls and decorated coffered ceilings that make it even more suggestive. The furnishings made by artisans are designed to maintain the style of the Florentine tradition without losing sight of modern needs. Completely soundproofed, it features a King Size bed, a sofa bed and a study corner. It also has a large wardrobe and a spacious bathroom with shower.
The origins of the name
Masaccio, nickname of Tommaso di ser Giovanni di Mone Cassai (Castel San Giovanni in Altura, 1401 - Rome, 1428). He was an Italian painter. He was one of the initiators of the Renaissance in Florence, renewing the painting according to a new rigorous vision, which rejected the decorative excesses and the artificiality of the then dominant style, the international Gothic. Starting from Giotto's volumetric synthesis, reinterpreted through Brunelleschi's perspective construction and the plastic strength of Donatell's statuary, he inserted his "very lively figures with beautiful readiness and the similitude of truth" (cit. Vasari) in credible architecture and landscapes, modeling them through the use of chiaroscuro. To find out more, visit the website: Wikipedia
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Double Room BnB - La Signoria di Firenze
Ghirlandaio
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The master bedroom is approximately 30 sq m. It is designed to accommodate ...
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3
The room
The master bedroom is approximately 30 sq m. It is designed to accommodate up to a maximum of three people ... ideal for a couple (even with a child) traveling to discover the city beauties. It is finished with wooden floors, amber walls and coffered ceilings that make it even more impressive. Every single space has been recently renovated paying attention to all the furnishing accessories, which were made and designed by craftsmen. Completely soundproofed, it features a King Size bed and a study corner. It also has a large wardrobe and a spacious bathroom with shower.
The origins of the name
Domenico Bigordi, known as Ghirlandaio (Florence, 1448 - 1494), was an Italian painter. He worked mainly in his hometown, becoming one of the protagonists of the Renaissance at the time of Lorenzo the Magnificent. Around 1480 in particular he became the official portraitist of the Florentine high society, thanks to his precise, pleasant and fast style. Head of a large and efficient workshop, in which the thirteen year old Michelangelo Buonarroti took his first steps in the field of art, is remembered above all for the great frescoed cycles, such as some scenes of the Sistine Chapel in Rome, the Sassetti Chapel and the Tornabuoni Chapel in his hometown. To find out more, visit the website: Wikipedia
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Double Room BnB - La Signoria di Firenze
Vasari
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The master bedroom is approximately 27 sq m. It is designed to accommodate...
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3
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The master bedroom is approximately 27 sq m. It is designed to accommodate up to a maximum of three people; ideal for a couple (even with a child) traveling to discover the beauties of the city. It has two windows overlooking the street that leads to Piazza Signoria. Finished with wooden floors, light ocher walls. Every single space has been recently renovated, paying attention to details that recall the Florentine tradition. Completely soundproofed, it features a King Size bed and a study corner. It also has a large wardrobe and a spacious bathroom with shower.
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€99.00
The origins of the name
Giorgio Vasari (Arezzo 1511 - Florence 1574) was a painter, architect, writer and Mannerist artist. He was active, as a painter and above all as an architect, in various Italian cities (Arezzo, Bologna, Naples, Rome). Its name remains linked, however, above all to the great public orders of the Medici in Florence (the Uffizi complex) and to the collection of the Lives, published for the first time in 1550, which constitute the first modern work of artistic historiography. : Wikipedia
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Double Room BnB - La Signoria di Firenze
Cellini
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The master bedroom is approximately 27 m2 and is designed to accommodate up...
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3
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The master bedroom is approximately 27 m2 and is designed to accommodate up to a maximum of three people. It has recently been renewed maintaining the authenticity that characterizes it, while leaving room for modern comforts such as the LED TV. The room is also finished with restored wooden floors, light ocher walls and coffered ceilings. Completely soundproofed, it features a King Size bed and a study corner. It also has a large wardrobe and a spacious bathroom with shower.
The origins of the name
Benvenuto Cellini (Florence, 1500 - 1571) was an Italian sculptor, goldsmith, writer, silversmith and artist, considered one of the most important Mannerist artists. He trained very young at the workshops of famous goldsmiths in Florence, dedicating himself, at the behest of his father Giovanni, engineer and musician, also to the study of music. The precocious ability of goldsmith soon made him famous: he worked in Rome for a long period (1519-40), protected by Clement VII, for which he elaborated seals, coins, medals etc. Upon his return to Florence, well received by Cosimo I, he had the important Perseus commission for the Loggia dei Lanzi, built (1545-54) with a perfect casting technique, the work presents in the bronze statue of the protagonist. To find out more, visit the website: Wikipedia
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Single Room BnB - La Signoria di Firenze
Verrocchio
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The single room of our B&B is ideal for those seeking all the comforts duri...
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1
The room
The single room of our B&B is ideal for those seeking all the comforts during a business trip. Overlooking Via Calimaruzza, it is finished with wooden floors and light ocher walls. All the furnishing details have been created by artisans and are designed to maintain the style of the Florentine tradition but at the same time optimize the spaces to make the room airy and bright. Completely soundproofed, it is completed by a study corner. It also has a large wardrobe and a spacious bathroom with shower.
The origins of the name
Andrea di Michele di Francesco di Cione known as Il Verrocchio (Florence, 1435 - Venice, 1488) was an Italian sculptor, painter and goldsmith. Active mainly in the court of Lorenzo de 'Medici, students were trained at his workshop such as Leonardo da Vinci, Sandro Botticelli, Domenico Ghirlandaio, Francesco Botticini. He played an important role in the tendency to measure himself with different artistic techniques, manifested in the Florence of the late fifteenth century, and in fact his shop became multi-purpose, with works of painting, sculpture, goldsmith's and decoration, so as to be able to meet the persistent demand coming from all Italy of Florentine products. To find out more, visit the website: Wikipedia
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