Bloom starring in Odessa, in the city of O' sole mio
Located in Ukraine, this private home has been finished with sophisticated materials, using an extraordinary combination of colors and precious handmade furniture. The decorative accessories have been particularly well cared for and the lighting, designed down to the smallest detail, enhances the already sumptuous atmosphere.
The rooms are luxurious and the spaces are truly exclusive. To create the flooring, interior designer Vlady Design chose the Boutique ceramic slab collection, and in particular the spectacular Bloom version. Bloom was born from the fusion of small and large fragments of different marbles. The watercolour effect dissolves the edges like marble petals, the insertion of small floral arrangements inside some portions makes the decoration a completely new wallpaper effect. Conceived in large slabs to create a real twist, in the square format, used in this private residence, returns an abstract composition that reinterprets the flooring of the Venetian battuto XXL immediately capturing the eye and offering spaces rich in style.
This elegant residence is located in the city of Odessa, a city founded in 1794 by the Neapolitan nobleman Giuseppe De Ribas who also took care of the organization of the port, the fleet and trade, making it a very important city for the Black Sea and the Mediterranean.
The famous song O’ sole mio was written and composed in Odessa by Giovanni Capurro and Eduardo Di Capua. The music was inspired by a beautiful sunrise on the Black Sea and dedicated to the noblewoman Anna Maria Vignati Mazza from Odessa. The song was not immediately successful, but then became famous and over the years became a world music heritage song. The greatest interpretation probably remains that of Enrico Caruso, alongside that of Luciano Pavarotti.