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Italian architect, art director and designer Piero Lissoni of Lissoni Architettura worked with Daniela Fantini, CEO of Fantini Rubinetti, to carry out her vision for this unique hotel which was inspired by the philosophy of
<a href="https://design-milk.com/casa-fantini-lake-time-italian-boutique-hotel-inspired-slow-pace-lake/casa-fantini-lake-time9/" data-wpel-link="internal"><img src="https://design-milk.com/images/2018/05/casa-fantini-lake-time9-810x540.jpg" alt="Casa Fantini Lake Time: An Italian Boutique Hotel Inspired by the Slow Pace of the Lake" /></a> Italy, with its picturesque landscapes and historic palazzos around every corner, is like a siren’s call for those looking for an idyllic vacation. The allure of such a beautiful country is not lost on most, though, and it can be hard to find a city to visit that’s not completely overrun with tourists during the busy summer months. However, if you travel just an hour outside the popular city of Milan to Lake Orta, you’ll find <a href="http://www.casafantinilaketime.com/" data-wpel-link="external" rel="external noopener noreferrer">Casa Fantini Lake Time</a>, a 5-star, 11-suite boutique hotel that combines the beauty of traditional Italian architecture with the breathtaking views of the landscapes at the foothill of the Alps.
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