Checking in to Numeroventi, Florence
Located in the heart of Florence, hidden in the 500+ year old Palazzo Galli Tassi is Numeroventi, an artist residency, coworking and exhibition space - “a peaceful retreat from the velocity of modern day life”.
A place where artists and creative people from Florence and all around the world meet, a community, think a little barrio for creatives. Numeroventi has welcomed artists such as Anna Kras, Blood Orange, Rich Stapleton, and Alexis Christodoulou. The space, as dreamy as it gets, mixes the best of both worlds: Scandinavian design with a touch of Renaissance.
Behind Numeroventi is Martino di Napoli Rampolla and Alessandro Modestino. Two of the nicest guys I’ve ever met. Staying in, we discovered the most amazing restaurants, the countryside, a lot of tiramisu and many many glasses of wine.
Housed across three floors of Palazzo Galli Tassi, the studio apartments and working spaces are flooded in natural light. The mix of private and co-working spaces means that each resident benefits from the atmosphere of concentration, as well as a natural and informal way to meet like-minded people and exchange ideas.
Photographed by Marina Denisova
Le Vespe Café
Briscola - Pizza Society
La Cucina del Garga
Snapshots from our trip
Traveling far and wide for work and pleasure, Natalia found herself writing long Word docs full of tips and hot-spots of each city she visited, and sharing them with her friends. With an insatiable desire to travel the world and an obsession with hotels, she founded Hôtel Weekend in 2017, as a way to share an unique vision of each city, all while enjoying the #robelife.
Her mantra: Be a traveler, not a tourist.