Light blue designer armchair in front of stone wall in living room

Light blue designer armchair in front of stone wall in living room

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UNESCO Living

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The furnishings in Cristina and Davide`s UNESCO-listed home are timeless; IT

Cristina and Davide live with their children in the industrial city of Ivrea, a UNESCO World Heritage site. They had help furnishing their home from stylist Vanessa Pisk. Vanessa took the responsibility of respecting the past seriously, while still making sure it was not so vintage that it became a museum.
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