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    Studio Marco Piva chose the Caleido Book radiator for the Pantheon Iconic Rome hotel. Picture: Caleido

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    Studio Marco Piva chose the Caleido Book radiator for the Pantheon Iconic Rome hotel. Picture: Studio Marco Piva

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Rome hotel bathrooms prove a page turner

Magda Ibrahim
Wednesday 13 Mar 2019

Studio Marco Piva chose a contemporary heating solution for bathrooms at the Pantheon Iconic Rome Hotel.

Milan-based Studio Marco Piva chose a unique radiator design in its scheme at the Pantheon Iconic Rome Hotel, in Italy. 

The project involved 79 rooms, including 20 suites, with a contemporary design and specific identity characterised by circular motifs as well as marble and brass elements. 

The design of the hotel in Rome’s Eternal City was inspired by the historic and architectural heritage, especially the shapes, materials and lighting of the Pantheon. 

The aim was to make guests feel as if they're living in an elegant building belonging to Roman nobility. 

Elegant upholstery appears in each room alongside encased, locally inspired décor and bathrooms crafted with marble and glass. 

Studio Marco Piva chose the award-winning Caleido Book radiator to furnish the hotel’s bathrooms.

The Book model offers more slimline radiator dimensions and combines aesthetics and functionality in a sharp, sleek and linear shape, with a distinctive ‘folded corner’ that emulates the pages of a book. 

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Key Facts

Italy Milan Rome
Product type Fixtures
Commercial Hotels
Studio Marco Piva
Interior

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