Home is a lifestyle. 

11 [HH] expands its unique lifestyle concept to Heavenly House.
We want to even more intimately tie fine art, design art, interior design and finally real estate in a unique experience.

Curating an art collection, an art exhibition, or a luxury house is far more than a job: is a mission. It is about interpreting and giving tangible life to a vision, a concept, a lifestyle. It requires technical and analytical skills, strong knowledge of the market, a trained eye, an innate sensitivity, and decades of experience.

Exclusive masterpieces to live and inhabit.

Our mission is to broaden the concept of art and lifestyle by tying fine art, design art, interior design and finally real estate in a unique experience. This means selecting, developing, planning, and executing projects for private art collections. Sometimes, this means finding the perfect space, too.

Let’s find your Heavenly House.

We want gorgeous artworks find a gorgeous home. We think of a home as an artwork. The quality of living space is an art in itself; artifact and habitat are two sides of the same coin.

We simply want the best of the best. A Heavenly House, nothing less.

We have Heavenly Partners.

11 [HH] has decided to surround herself with valid allies along the way.
We partner with Luxantia in Italy.

No-headache experience.

Finding a home, curating a space, making it an exclusive masterpieces to live and inhabit work best together if it is a unique undivided flow. The whole process is managed one-stop-shop, in order to ensure consistency and homogeneity to the concept. At the same time, this ensures a no-stress experience to the client and provide convenience and efficiency of costs.

Let gorgeous artworks find a gorgeous home. 

Starting from October 2022, Luxantia offices in Italy will be hosting the Italian headquarters of 11 [HH]. Always in the center of Rome, in the iconic Via del Babuino, one step away from the famous Spanish Steps.

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