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Design Legends: Renzo Mongiardino

“Illusion comes into being as part of the pleasure” Renzo Mongiardino Roomscapes The American designer Mark Hampton described once Renzo Mongiardino as "an alchemist, a transformer of.

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Princess Lee Radziwill at Buckingham Place – the famous drawing room by Renzo . He used yards and yards of hand-blocked cotton fabric from India. The room became synonymous with Renzo, and those who could, created their own version of the Turkish Room.

La Vagnola, Giancarlo Giammetti's villa in Tuscany. Interiors by Renzo Mongiardino. Photo by Oberto Gili.

Room of the Day ~ great bed with golden yellow canopy, rug, chairs, table, wallpaper and ceiling - fascinating mix Giammetti's bedroom at his villa La Vagnola. Photo by Oberto Gili.

Studio Peregalli

A dining room showcasing a collection of antique plates in northern Italy. green, gold/yellow, and white regal dining room with beautifully painted plaster ceilings

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Renzo Mongiardino at his home in Milan, which also served as an office and workshop. Paintings, drawings and samples always covered the walls of his office (photo © Antoine Bootz)

Contessa’s Brandolini 17th C Roman palazzo. Renzo Mongiardino

Renzo Mongiardino-- Mongiardino was commissioned in the to restore a Roman palazzo. A series of medallions depicting members of the Medici family helped determine the décor of the early-Baroque-style library, which also featured antique Genoese armchairs.

The “Sophia Loren” guest room was so named in honor of the room’s inaugural guest at La Vagnola, Giancarlo Giammetti's villa in Tuscany. Photo by Oberto Gili.

The “Sophia Loren” guest room was so named in honor of the room’s inaugural guest at La Vagnola, Giancarlo Giammetti's villa in Tuscany. Photo by Oberto Gili! Love this exquisite bedroom ceiling!

Paris drawing room by Renzo Mongiardino: Watercolor by Mark Hampton

Paris drawing room by Renzo Mongiardino: Watercolor by Mark Hampton For Paris apt

The Italian architect and set designer created imagined worlds full of layers — of color, pattern, artifice and history — that have succeeded at being timeless.

Inside Three Rarely Seen Renzo Mongiardino-Designed Homes

The Count and Countess Brandolini D’Adda relaxing in their Venetian palazzo decorated by Renzo Mongiardino in 1966. Photo by Cecil Beaton for Vogue.

it / Francesca Sottilaro The Count and Countess Brandolini D’Adda relaxing in their Venetian palazzo decorated by Renzo Mongiardino in Photo by Cecil Beaton for Vogue.

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