Baglioni Hotel Luna Venice has reopened following extensive renovations by Milan-based design firm Spagnulo & Partners. The luxury property, which occupies an ornate mansion, returns with reimagined public spaces that accentuate history alongside refreshing new interventions.
“Our task was to include and reinterpret these original historical elements, giving at the same time a new sense of contemporary interior design solutions,” says Spagnulo founder and senior partner Federico Spagnulo. “The materials, the decorative references, fabrics, and lights are all working on a constant tension between history and modern age.”
From elegant marble floors at the entrance to antique glass chandeliers and classic textiles, materials echo the design traditions of Venice and highlight local craftsmanship. Bronze details distinguish a reception desk set upon a locally sourced Istrian stone base that complements existing pillars.
Caffè Baglioni, a key fixture of the redesign, spans the main axis at the front of reception with double-height walls and a copper-toned oval bar accented with bronze shelving. An 18th-century fireplace and 16th-century artwork punctuate the space along with views of Venetian streets framed through large new windows. “The bar and restaurant merge and become a unicum,” Spagnulo adds. “The heart of the building and its intrinsic architectural quality are linked with the urban context, allowing visitors to enter directly into the bar area without passing through the reception. This is a way of making the spaces more shared, which is the main concept of this project.”
Original wainscoted walls adorned with artwork from the 18th century and wallpaper line the onsite restaurant Canova. Dual shades of gray infuse a contemporary ethos across the eatery in tandem with upholstered seating.
A spa debuts as Baglioni Hotel Luna Venice’s newest amenity. Home to a sauna, Turkish bath, massage rooms, and relaxation, the wellness destination evokes a classic Venetian aesthetic with textile panels, bronze glass inlays, and smoked glass mosaics.
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