In the heart of Rome stands a prestigious building overlooking via delle Muratte, a long street that connects the Pantheon to the Parliament and the Trevi Fountain.

Historically known as "the street of artists", here painters' studios have always coexisted with antique shops.

It is in this context full of history that RPM Proget, the Roman Studio carried out an important project for the Hotel Maalot, a 5-star establishment which stands in an elegant historic building of the 1828th century where, between 1837 and XNUMX , the great Bergamo composer Gaetano Donizetti stayed. 

Here, it is around the Don Pasquale restaurant that all the decorative aspects converge... The choice of colors has been oriented towards soft tones, with an emphasis on green and beige, while the floors are made of parquet in old oak in a warm honey tone. The color green is particularly relaxing and contrasts with glossy red upholstery and matte sofas.

A space that expresses the "green" vision always present in RPM Proget's projects and which has given rise to a singular and suggestive environment, in an atmosphere that combines historical charm and refinement. 

The rooms of the Don Pasquale have been designed as a refined art gallery where popular artists adorn the walls in a contemporary setting. Stanley Gonczansky, Gonzalo Fuenmayor and Massimo Listri exhibit their works as is customary in the artists' street, where the Maalot hotel is located.


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