It is entirely furnished with furniture made by Angelo Sello, who, as an artist and designer of his own furniture factory in Udine, was influenced after the first decade of the 20th century by the Viennese Secessionism while maintaining the floral taste of Liberty.
Inspired by Louis XVI, it proposes a triptych: two bedside tables and a dressing table with Neoclassical lines. The Louis XVI style was inspired by the archaeological excavations of Herculaneum and Pompeii (1738-1748). The rediscovered prevalence of the composure of geometric shapes characterizes the neoclassical furniture.
It has been owned by the family since 1920 and expresses a particular taste of Liberty born in Paris at the same time as the Liberty we know. In this style, floral carvings are not used, but geometric designs with a linear rigor, any decorative complacency is reduced to a minimum, it praises abstractionism.
It is completely furnished in "eclectic taste" (1880-1895), which in Italy takes the name of "Umberto style", from the reign of the era Umberto I, appointed King of Italy on 9 January 1878. In this style, mainly eclectic monumental, Gothic and Baroque elements originally belonging to the Renaissance were re-proposed in the furniture.
Made in the 1920s, it was created using a neo-Renaissance style (1880-1895 eclectic period), and therefore the furnishings are inspired by Baroque and Renaissance models.
Originally a simple farmhouse located at the foot of Monte Quarin, immersed in the lush vineyards of the Collio, over the years it has been renovated and enlarged several times.
In the center is the family home, in the right wing the cellar, while in the left wing a prestigious agritourism residence has been built, which, in homage to the magical tradition of Friulian folklore, we have baptized "Al Benandant".