Villa Azul is a redevelopment project commissioned by Veronica Bocelli, wife of tenor Andrea Bocelli. The building, located in Forte dei Marmi and dating from the 1970s, was completely redesigned. The aim was to create a peaceful place surrounded by greenery, where light would reign.
The light tones of the interior, reminiscent of fine sand, salt-worn wood or the blinding stone of the Apuan Alps, are interrupted by the blue of the Azul Macaubas, bringing to mind fragments of sky and sea, the perfect synthesis of Versilia.
Azul macaubas is the protagonist of this project, in fact it unites all the rooms, starting from the kitchen worktop and arriving in the rooms and bathrooms, each time different in its thousands of shades, sometimes as clear as the sky others as rippling as the sea.
In the living area, some works by Barberini & Gunnell stand out: the brand new Flake sculptural table, designed exclusively for the Bocelli family, and two Origami tables in extra-clear glass, a classic in the Barberini & Gunnell collection.
The redesign of the spaces made it possible to obtain four rooms with bathrooms for exclusive use, while the facades of the building were modified by creating four large glazed openings, allowing the visual axes inside the villa to always be rich in landscaping.
The garden was also designed to be enjoyed at all hours and in all situations, for moments of relaxation or conviviality thanks to the large sofa and table that can seat up to ten persons.