Manger Workshop in Casa Flora

Sunday, January 12, 2020 Permalink 1

If we had to imagine the ideal situation for Casa Flora from its first opening, it would have been right what happened during these three incredible days, with Mimi&Oddur workshop and its guests. Intense and extraordinary days, through campos and alleys, the market, the lagoon and the acqua alta, a table laden and a kitchen where ...

sLow Season

Sunday, January 12, 2020 Permalink 1

The appointment with this winter break is in the lagoon, in Venice, for its real rhythms, the Venetians’ routine. In Turner-like watercolours. Galleries, museums, institutions, theatres are open and operating with exhibitions and intresting events. Through desert alleys, so elegantly lonely, silent, under the sun and the cold. Maybe one of the town’s best outfits, which ...

The signature capsule collection Mixité by Talking Hands at Novecento

Tuesday, October 15, 2019 Permalink 0

Unique pieces collection of kimonos, mantles and purses By Romanelli Family. When fashion, hospitality, social inclusion, sustainability, craftsmanship, territory all meet together. On one side Gioele Romanelli, third generation Venetian hotelier, founder of the multi-awarded Casa Flora and owner of the Hotel Flora and Novecento, which he manages with his wife Heiby and his sister Zoe; he ...

Red Regatta | The Final Series

Thursday, August 1, 2019 Permalink 0

This September, artist Melissa McGill will launch the final series of Red Regatta programming in locations across Venice, from inaugurating the annual Regata Storica (a celebration of Venetian maritime culture dating back to the 13th century) in Bacino San Marco to events at the Peggy Guggenheim Collection. Red Regatta comprises an unprecedented series of large-scale choreographed regattas of traditional vela al terzo sailboats, hoisted with hand-painted red sails, that ...

Genuine and folkish Venice

Sunday, July 28, 2019 Permalink 0

Venezia is a wide city, so wide (not geographically), that it can keep the opposites within without any fear of contradiction. So it happens that high and low, élite and folk live together as if it were the most natural thing. More, this game of opposites adds life and lymph to the city, a kind ...