Top 5 suites at historical buildings

From a 16th-century palazzo  to an ancient Chinese house, these renovation projects preserve the original virtues of the historical buildings while giving them a modern twist.
To renovate such delicate constructions successfully, designers master the balance between old and new.

Imagine looking out from the Holy Deer San Lorenzo City Lodge to find yourself in front of the Fountain of the Four Rivers by Bernini.

Sleep inside the Aman Yangyun, an ancient Chinese construction that was rescued from its surrounding threatening rising waters.

Explore the authenticity and contemporary minimalist design of the Palazzo Daniele; a transformed  158-year-old aristocratic palazzo in Italy’s exquisite Puglia region.

Look out onto the timeless Egerton Gardens from The Franklin’s sophisticated Garden Suite.

Enjoy the Tiepolo frescoes and gilded ceilings on an intimate level at the Aman Venice; 16th-century palazzo on the Grand Canal.


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  Rome, Italy
by FM Architettura
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Two-bedroom Antique Pavilion at AMAN YANGYUN
  Shanghai, China
by Kerry Hill Architects
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  Gagliano del Capo, Italy
by Palomba Serafini Associati
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Garden suite at THE FRANKLIN HOTEL
  London, United Kingdom
by  Anouska Hempel Design
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Sansovino Stanza at AMAN VENICE
  Venice, Italy
by Elastic Architects London
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