The floral intensity of tuberose is so captivating that during the Renaissance its scent was forbidden. It was believed to alter wills.
Whether this is true or not, Tuberose is a profound experience indeed.
Its sweetness has a creamy, moist, almost balm-like quality and its personality is more persistent and penetrating than that of other flowers such as jasmine or orange blossom.
Its strong character enhances the decoration of a space, and its scent – unknown to many – gives us the impression of visiting a place we have never experienced before. That mystery together with its historical aura seems to land us in a room with large and elegant pieces of handmade furniture: India, Nepal, maybe Arabia.
The floor is also made of wood, the sofas are comfortable and velvety, and their natural colours embrace us to convey warmth.
Each element may come from a different tradition, but Tuberose is the base on which everything rests and combines: that invisible piece that makes everything fit together.