Ca' Pisani Molfetta is a typical, small noble Venetian building dating from the late Thirteen Hundreds; it was modified at the end of the 16th century, the epoch in which the faade was created with a balcony on the piano nobile. The present renovation, managed by the Architect Roberto L. Canovaro, has recuperated the original spaces and the characteristic elements of the old building, transforming it into a hotel and reinterpreting, in the interior, the Art Deco style in a more contemporary key.
In the complex, the style used was inspired by the avant-garde currents which flourished in the period between the two World Wars. The lobby recalls the essential forms of futurism, with a prevalence of marble and walnut wood. The room walls are geometrically coloured by backgrounds which recall Mondrian's squares, in soft shades such mustard yellow, terracotta, light lobster, beige and grey.
The dcor of the bedrooms is highlighted by elements in the colours silver and amaranth purple, leather armchairs, expressly designed cupboards and other pieces of furniture and beds from the 30's and 40's, original pieces, each different from the other, patiently collected from around Italy.