Caputo Palace (Now Russo) dated 1768 in the old city of Tricase is the perfect setting to best express the history, sophistication and attention to detail of the garments chosen and made for Leonardo Nuccio Showroom.

A large arcade and an impressive portal are floridly decorated by angels and putti, works of the eighteenth century stonecutter Francesco Morgese. The highest point of the frontal decoration is made up by two winged angelic heads, which are subjects of many historical surveys for their uniqueness. All of the above has been a great source of inspiration for the design of our brand’s identity.

The entrance to the showroom is handcrafted in wrought iron, the rust color seems to mix with the historical importance of the building with simple and clean lines that allow a wide inward view.

A bond of arches, barrel vaults and recesses carved in the thick centuries-old masonry leave the visitor enchanted and overwhelmed by the elegance and sinuosity of the lines that guide the gaze along the entire path.

Interior decors complete and exalt the architecture through pieces of antiques of rare beauty, poor art that becomes luxury and refinement. Every single piece of furniture is carefully designed and placed to create an atmosphere that evokes calmness and comfort, making every customer feel at home and allowing everyone to fully enjoy this experience in total relaxation.