How much magic Bergamo has in it. So much history, so much life. Two cities, one protected by the other. Part brides, part sisters. Bergamo is its walls, its ancient facades. The streets that climb, the horse chestnuts that bow down. This flat overlooks her, proud lady of an ancient past. With its large windows, its proud bearing. Refined expression of a elderly couple, it is a rich flat. Which, today, bears the signature of Zenucchi Design Code. It is rich in marble, brass, leather and velvet. It is an elegant, bright flat, with ample spaces, large paintings, and fabrics as blue as the deep blue sea. But, above all, it is a flat that is never dull. The home of an important businessman, it has a living area that is an expression of his class: here, an entire brass-clad wall echoes the mirrored corner leading to the study. And then the suspended TV cabinet, and the wall to ceiling cupboard. It is the brass that is the real star. It is the backdrop for the furniture designed by Antonio Citterio for Maxalto, elegant symbols of style and bourgeoisie: the round table with its white Calacatta marble top, the velvet armchairs. And the sofas, sumptuous and cosy.