Time Travel: Antonio Giuseppe Martiniello Lives and Works in Naples

In the living room of Keller Architettura founder Antonio Giuseppe Martiniello’s live-work premises in Naples, Italy, newly painted frescoes backdrop a chair by Hans Wegner. Photography by Pierrick Verny.

An acrylic door slides open to reveal the library. Photography by Pierrick Verny.

Its sofas are by Francesco Binfaré. Photography by Pierrick Verny.

In the conference room, hand-painted wallpaper from 1850 accompanies Verner Panton chairs. Photography by Pierrick Verny.

Chairs by Charles and Ray Eames flank the library’s custom iron table, near a wall sculpture by Alberto Tadiello. Photography by Pierrick Verny.

Joe Colombo and Philippe Starck each designed a pair of the library’s armchairs. Photography by Pierrick Verny.

Behind the Colombo pair hangs a photographic triptych by Salvino Campos. Photography by Pierrick Verny.

Majolica tile in the bedroom dates to the 19th century. Photography by Pierrick Verny.

Eero Saarinen’s table and chairs gather in the kitchen. Photography by Pierrick Verny.

Staff share a long desk in the architecture studio. Photography by Pierrick Verny.

In the model-making room, wallpaper was discovered beneath fabric. Photography by Pierrick Verny.

Reception, with its majolica floor tile and trompe l’oeil paneling, also serves as a meeting room. Photography by Pierrick Verny.

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