House of the Bugler
The apartment consists of a large room partly built and partly carved into the tufa, which preserves the atmosphere of the traditional Sassi dwelling (the “lamione”). While offering all the comforts, the furniture is in keeping with the character of the traditional house. The apartment includes a sleeping area and a dining area with a kitchenette. The large bathroom was obtained from a carved out cave that opens at the bottom of the room, a space that was once used as a shelter for animals. With its monumental tub, the bathroom offers a charming environment to relax in, in an intimate and refined setting.