In the center of Rome, between the Parioli district and Villa Borghese, stands the Coppedé district, famous for its 1920s villas, where many different styles are mixed: in fact, Liberty and Art Deco blend here, and there is no shortage of fragments of Greek art, Gothic, Baroque and even Medieval.

A stage for numerous films and a place chosen by many artists as their residence, the neighborhood is home to amazing architecture. Right here, after careful renovation, the Mercure Roma Corso Trieste reopened, with lighting created by LUMIS.

101 refined and completely renovated rooms where LUMIS has made available its experience and expertise in creating a proposal for high-level hotels, with a mix of appliances from our ” 900” collection and others specially designed by the designers.

An oasis of pleasure between the park of villa Ada and Villa Torlonia, illuminated by a careful choice of materials and shapes, in a mix of functionality and flexibility.