White, squared, enlivened by rhythmic extroversions, sudden volumetric hollows and well-marked brise-soleils, the villa, set in the center of a large garden, is located in the park of the Castle, overlooking the center of Tortona.
The painter’s house was built in the 1930s by Giuseppe Cuniolo, to be assigned to the family of his son Gigi Cuniolo (1903-1976), a Piedmontese exponent of twentieth-century landscaping. The essential modernism of Adolf Loos, the linear classicism of the early Giò Ponti, the plastic functionalism of Le Courbusier and the Bauhaus inspired its composite architecture.
The villa consists of a large room, where breakfast is served, packed with local products; a lounge-bar intended for reading and conversation; and 4 bedrooms, each with a bathroom and furnished inspired by the decorative styles in vogue in the 1930s.
At guests’ disposal there are several furnished terraces, opening onto the pleasant landscape of the Tortona hills: even the roof is interpreted according to the lesson of Le Courbusier, as a salon en plein air, reserved for the well-being of those staying in the villa, complete with solarium and Finnish sauna.
Those who stay at Casa Cuniolo live a unique experience between art and design. The art of hospitality will make you feel at home in a corner of paradise where calm and tranquility reign supreme despite being a short walk from the center of Tortona.
|Check In||Secondo le richieste|
|Check Out||10:30 am|