Casa Alitalia concept: Italian feeling, hospitality and culture.

The new concept Casa Alitalia for the flagship lounges was designed by Marco Piva and reflects Italian culture, territory and daily way of life; spaces where passengers and nomadic workers can work, meet, relax and above all can feel the atmosphere of a typical Italian home and enjoy an exclusive live cooking service.

The concept named “Casa Alitalia” was conceived by Alitalia staff and designed by the well known Italian architect Marco Piva to be more like an Italian home than a public space.
The interior design have been designed to be as similar as possible to those of a beautiful Italian house: the reception hall, relaxation and conversation areas, cooking and dining areas. The materials used -marble, lighting and backdrops- are a journey in Italian culture.
The entrance door is inspired by the main door of an Italian palazzo, too.
And the kitchen is the real “core” of an Italian home … for this reason allso the catering service reflects Italian culinary excellence and includes a live cooking area where,a chef prepares a selection of pasta dishes and pizzas twice a day.

Casa Italia’s services also include VIP rooms and rooms for private meetings, a library, a prayer area, bathrooms with showers and Wi-Fi connectivity.
Casa Alitalia is located at Rome Fiumicino (800 square metres) and Milan Malpensa airport (500 square metres).
It was realized thanks to partnerships with some of the leading Italian brands: Poltrona Frau, Cantine Ferrari, Lavazza, Terme di Sirmione.

Casa- Alitalia_Rome_marco-piva-photo Fabrizio Della Schiava- wow-webmagazine

 

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