Le decor d’interieur et l’art renaissent in Cap D’Ail

The classic and contemporary furnishing company, on the occasion of the 50th anniversary and in collaboration with the interior designers Tullia and Paolo Canciani, who operate in the Monegasque territory, exhibits part of its collection in an exceptional location, the Villa "Château des Terrasses " in Cap d'Ail, near Montecarlo. The Villa was built in 1893 by British banker Henry Mendel and later inhabited during the winter season by Grand Duke
Alexandrovitch, brother of Tzar Nicola II, with the imperial family, where Queen Victoria and Prince Albert I of Monaco visited him.

After a long renovation, the Belle Epoque Villa reopens in 2008 becoming a perfect location for great art exhibitions in the rez-de chaussée. Zanaboni with this project aims to recreate the decor and atmosphere of the late '800. The ancient rooms of the Villa are given a new life by the exclusive furnishings made and decorated by hand by those master artisans who since 1967 have been making the models designed by Vittorio Zanaboni, the founder of the brand. Sofas, armchairs, tables and cabinets, inlaid and hand-painted with precious materials such as mother-of-pearl, fine woods, marbles, gold leaf, silks and cashmere for the living rooms, paired with crystal lamps and fine finishes such as the gold bath 24 karats, carpets and accessories made of Rocca crystal, brass and porcelain as well as paintings by leading international artists.

The exhibition was inaugurated on Friday, September 8th 2017, with an exclusive vernissage by invitation only, with the exclusive participation of some institutional representatives of the Principality of Monaco, such as S.E. the Italian Ambassador Cristiano Gallo, the Cap d’Ail’s Mayor Xavier Beck and some families of the Monaco’s jet set and international artists.

The Villa was open to public until September 17th 2017, and more than 800 people visited the exhibition.