Nicolò Castellini Baldissera writes about the history and interiors of the Castle of Castagneto supported by images of Antonio Monfreda and Giorgio Horn.
Cabana Magazine, 2019 Issue #12
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The Aesthete: Manfredi della Gherardesca talks personal taste
The art adviser and interior designer is inspired by the colours of Jaipur, the charm of Madrileños and “the art world’s Bryan Ferry”. Portrait by Jooney Woodward
Il castello si trova nel punto più alto del borgo di Castagneto Carducci, su un’altura che domina il mar Tirreno al centro della Costa degli Etruschi, luogo dove Giosuè Carducci trascorse gli anni della sua fanciullezza.
Sujata Burman at Wallpaper reviews the Claude and François-Xavier Lalanne’s exhibition at Ben Brown Fine Arts in London, which was choreographed by Manfredi della Gherardesca.
World of Interiors July 2016 Count Manfredi della Gherardesca, former chairman of Sotheby’s Italy, current director of MDG Fine Arts and a regular on Vanity Fair’s International Best-Dressed List, isn’t best pleased. We’re standing in the hall of his offices in a Georgian town house in St James’s, a hop and a skip…
A Lecture at Christie’s
Italian Interior Decorating in the 20th Century
A Lecture by Manfredi della Gherardesca at Christie’s, London, 25th April 2016
Manfredi della Gherardesca in conversation with Antonio Monfreda Cabana Magazine, 2016 Issue #1
World of Interiors
World of Interiors April 2011 For much of a history that dates back to the year 1000, the castle that crowns the Medieval hilltop village of Castagneto Carducci in the Livorno province of Tuscany has been a sleeping giant. With its aristocratic Italian family owning seven other castles in the surrounding landscape that was once…