The heart of the villa and the most important room in the house is the large, open Multiform kitchen on ground level. This is where local ingredients and specialities become food and taste experiences for the guests of the house, who can enjoy meals under the shadow of the pergola on the other side of the double glass doors. Anne Dorthe Tanderup refers to the kitchen as the gathering place of the villa.
“The kitchen is the heart, not only of Villa Pacini, but of all the experiences we aim to create, based on the villa and the local area. The right food is important to a cyclist about to spend hours in the mountains. And for companies and private guests, the gastronomic experiences all start in the kitchen, whether the food is prepared by a chef or the guests themselves. The kitchen is a place to gather,” she says and continues:
“Villa Pacini combines Italian traditions and gastronomy with Nordic craftsmanship and design traditions, as well as combining the modern with the classic. We sell unique experiences and Multiform fits in perfectly here. Our ultra-modern kitchen has been made from exquisite materials and is tailored for the villa, whilst taking its long history into account and has also been created using traditional cabinetmaking. It is a story that fits the villa perfectly.”