The NH Collection Palazzo Gaddi is located in the heart of the Italian Renaissance with one of the most beautiful views of Florence. It’s said that it was here that the English author John Milton was inspired to write his work “Paradise Lost”. The building dates back to the 14th century and on the sixth and top floor it has a terrace from which it is possible to admire the Duomo, Santa Maria Novella and the Medici Chapels.
Here, surrounded by the typical roofs of the historic center of Florence, the furnishings selected for the outdoor project by the landscape architect Luca Ghezzi, supported by the Edenpark Firenze team, stand out.
Stools and seats are by Vermobil style srl, the sartorial umbrellas are by Poggesi, the gazebos by the Unosider company and the planters are branded by Mat – Garden Line.
Everything in this Florentine terrace makes the eyes shine with beauty and was conceived to suggest the view of the context and not to obstruct it.
Article in collaboration with Edenpark Firenze.