Housed within the historic Palazzo Galli Tassi from 1510, Numeroventi is a modern design-driven artist residence and boutique hotel located in the heart of Florence.Check availability
- Spread out on three floors with an impressive courtyard, the five-metre-high ceilings, large windows, ancient frescoes, curated design and artistic interventions are renovated in a style that draws inspiration from the artists that Numeroventi hosts, all to contribute to an experience of silence and contemplation.
- Artists use the lofts as hybrid studios, hotel guests fit into comfy rooms between the residencies, and the flexible spaces at Numeroventi also hosts a full calendar of exhibitions, creative workshops and collaborative gatherings.
What's the Story
- Born in 2016 as a contemporary renaissance residency in Florence, Numeroventi aims to provide an experience that activates artistic procedures, by connecting artists and creating space to discover new prisms of their practice. Conceived as a non-profit reality “in-between”, it focuses on supporting artists and designers in their production process. Their vision has at its core the development of Florence’s artistic framework through the generation of transdisciplinary collaborations involving national and international creatives and vernacular artisanal expertise. Combining artistic research and hospitality through a holistic approach, the project reaffirms the role of art and design as activators of new ways of inhabiting and interacting with the world.
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Wine & Dine
- There is no permanent restaurant, but they host chefs-in-residence and several pop-up dinners throughout the year. Take a look on their Instagram to see what's on.
- Breakfast: The breakfast is currently closed for non-residents. Through March and April, breakfast is offered to their spring artists and hotel guests only.
- Rates start at EUR 320 per night.
Location & Setting
- Located in the Via dei Pandolfini, midway between Duomo and Santa Croce.
- In 5 minutes by foot you can reach the cathedral of Santa Maria del Fiore, the Duomo of Florence from which the Brunelleschi's dome and Giotto's bell tower stand out.
- At 300 meters away is Piazza Signoria which is the backdrop to the symbol of the civil power of the city, Palazzo Vecchio. Behind it, one of the most important and appreciated museums in the world, the Uffizi Gallery.
- Just 100 meters away, stands the Palazzo del Bargello, once the city's courthouse, today one of the most famous sculpture museums in Italy.
- Within a 10-minute walk, you can reach the museum that is the "home" of Michelangelo's David, the Accademia Gallery.
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How to Get There
- Fly into Florence International Airport. The hotel is a 20 minutes taxi ride.
- The train station Firenze S.M.N. is a 15-minute walk.