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Roberto Cavalli's house: Italian architecture and design

Roberto Cavalli’s luxury Italian villa in Tuscany has been renovated by Italian architect Italo Rota, who has fitted the house with metallic sheets and decorative motifs.
The metallic “lace” covers the facade and was made in Italy specifically for Cavalli.

The cut-out sheet is styled to look like a hung fabric.

The laser-worked side panels in stainless steel can create any kind of design, evoking flowers and organic shapes, which give a changeable effect to the house in the resulting play of light.

The panels are electronically operated and can be opened and closed further contributing to the mozaic effect of light and blurring the lines of functionality and style with the structure of the house.
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