“Every beloved object is the center of a paradise”.
In order tor render the stay of our hosts pleasant, the rooms are decorated with a cycle of wall panels realized for us and related to the theme “Dreaming the blue flower”.
The “blue flower” represents the vision of our life, hidden in the darkest corners of our heart. It appears in our deepest dreams. A blue flower is a central symbol of inspiration. It stands for desire, love, and the metaphysical striving for the infinite and unreachable. It symbolizes hope and the beauty of things. German author Novalis used the symbol in his unfinished Bildungsroman, entitled Heinrich von Ofterdingen. After contemplating a meeting with a stranger, the young Heinrich von Ofterdingen dreams about a blue flower which calls to him and absorbs his attention. In the book Heinrich von Ofterdingen the blue flower symbolizes the joining of humanity with nature and the spirit so the understanding of nature and of the self is growing.
Joseph Freiherr von Eichendorff wrote a poem called Die blaue Blume (The blue flower). Adelbert von Chamisso saw the core of Romanticism in the motif. Sleep and dreams are brother, personified in Hypno and Morfeo for the greek mythology.
They lead us over, in a timeless place far away from our physical space, characterized by sequentiality. Over there we can find another access to our human being in the world. It’s enough to think how important is to sleep and dream in fairy tales, religion and mythology and the changes that starts from it. Our life is never only what is and happened but although the possible. Dreams are the place where to meet the other and the possible, gain healthiness and consciousness. It’s there where it happens to find the mirror that shows us ourself.
The panels have been realized by Atelier del Granaio and Armonie d’Arredo.
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