Our newest narrow lot home has been designed with Italian architecture and island history on our vision board. It all happened over a little team building night we designers like to call ‘pizza oven greatness’, because there’s nothing quite like a home-cooked pizza to trigger greatness in we mere mortals. In short, it’s basically a night where we make pizza and discuss all things architecture and DnD. But mainly architecture. On one such night, as we dived into a strategic discussion around our newest purchase, a glass D20 dice (@DnDBeyond is our Twitter overlord if you would like to know more about dice selections), and the conversation led us to the historic origins of glass making. Murano Island stood tall with a 1291 stamp of origin and a story of glass artisans who were granted state immunity from all prosecutions. Of course, The Murano, glass wielding super villain, became a new character in our future DnD battle.
Okay, back to the task at hand. Thanks to our ‘pizza oven greatness’ meeting of the minds, you have The Murano. A piece of architecture that has resulted in a glass window façade for all of your natural light needs, plus a 7.5m narrow lot design that takes stock of the way it was done on Italian islands circa 13th century. What does this all mean to you? Space to move, a central living for a coffee break, an alfresco area that connects to your family room, and a master suite with all the trimmings.
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