Everything revolves around the design concept, which is like a wonderful song. Believe me, this adventure wasn't easy. After all, everyone knows the saying "chi bella vo' pare', pene e gguaje hadda pate'" (looking beautiful is hard work). The restoration and remodeling project for such an important building protected by certain architectural restrictions required great precision and a focus on detail. All of the original materials used by Wright until 1943 were not removed or modified in any way: the plaster, woodwork, bubble ceiling, glass floor in the entrance and on the grand floor and, of course, the stone and brick façade. Now try to complain about Neapolitan carelessness, if you dare! We respectfully preserved the integrity of each design element. It was more or less like restoring a masterpiece, but it successfully gave it a different personality and was a more personal interpretation. In short, it's as plain as day that seeing a project of the master architect who also designed the Guggenheim Museum in New York is very exciting!