THE House of Peroni residency is returning to London in November to showcase a new wave of Italian style and creativity.
Designed by award-winning architect and co-designer of the Enzo Ferrari Museum, Andrea Morgante, the House will open to the public at midday on Wednesday 6 November.
Inside, guests will have the chance to experience Italy’s latest stylistic and artistic innovations. The whole building is Wifi-enabled and will be open Monday to Saturday from 12pm.
There will be fashion installations from some of Italy’s hottest new designers, including Fabio Quaranta and Simone Rainer, displayed with specially commissioned fashion and art documentary shorts.
Critically acclaimed video artist Quayola, whose work has previously been exhibited at The V&A and the Museum of Modern Art, has developed a video installation inspired by classical Italian sculpture.
A cinema within the House will be showing contemporary Italian films every evening, and will also be hosting ticketed film and dining events every Wednesday.
Two stylish bars inside the House will serve Peroni Nastro Azzurro and a selection of cocktails developed by experienced mixologist Gerry Calabrese. A menu from Michelin-starred Costardi Brothers will be available throughout the House’s dining areas from 12pm to 10pm daily. The menu features film and fashion inspired dishes including “Pane e Tulipani”, a Venetian pâté dish and tribute to director Silvio Soldini, and “Rosso Valentino”, the brothers’ signature red risotto.
25 Italian music producers and DJs have developed bespoke playlists for each of the House’s rooms. Live music events will also take place every weekend, showcasing some of Italy’s freshest new sounds.
In addition to the exhibitions and organized events, there is an evening schedule of ticketed food, drink, film and fashion master classes.
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