quella casa ad arquà
one place, many souls
Quella Casa ad Arquà is more than a traditional project; rather, it represents an architectural vision developed with care by a set of creative minds. A space with many souls, nestled in the most iconic village of the Euganean Hills, Arquà Petrarca.
A meticulous renovation project brought to light the authentic materials of this ancient house, transforming it into an environment capable of hosting a variety of events, from a business meeting to a company dinner, from a reserved wedding to a yoga class.
The project is the result of the vision of the owner and the renowned architecture firm Parisotto + Formenton, and it has led to the creation of fluid environments able to transform and adapt to the guests it receives.
The rooms, developed around the common thread of warm tones and local materials, host a careful selection of Kuda elements, blending with the contemporary style of the project's main partner, TrueDesign.
Among these, the majestic solid mango wood table stands out, thanks to its large circular section placed on two solid charred teak bases. An element that combines the raw naturalness of the material with a sophisticated architectural rigor, becoming the fulcrum around which life happens. In other environments, then, you can find Trip and Cork, coffee tables in solid tropical acacia wood, whose sculptural forms stand out thanks to their characteristic craftsmanship.