She was longing for the color, light and life of Rome, where she had grown up. Alessandra Branca turns the top floor of a 16th-century convent into a rich yet relaxed home that satisfies her craving for a fixed address in the Italian capital of Rome. The urban getaway had to be large enough to accommodate her entire family, including her husband and their three grown children, and low-maintenance enough to be managed from overseas. To read more about this lovely home, see the article here. Photography by Simon Upton.
Alessandra Branca said, “Rome made me learn the beauty of a home is the accumulation of experiences, and not just things.” “You are setting the stage for the life you want to live.” “In the end, she understood, that’s what ‘la dolce vita’ is all about.”