Diana Baylon House-Museum
'The sea is black, you are transparent, the sky is black you are deep, ciao' - from a note from Lucio Fontana to Diana Baylon.
On the hills of Florence, a few kilometers from Fiesole, we find the house museum in which this artist lived and created with the motto: " I don't want to communicate, I just want to express myself" .
The property consists of the main house of approx. 280 square meters, includes an entrance with fireplace, a bedroom, two bathrooms, a double room, a large kitchen with adjoining laundry and cellar.
The upper floor consists of a double bedroom with bathroom, a smaller bedroom with bathroom and a study overlooking the courtyard at the rear of the villa, which the property shares with a neighboring house. The annexed atelier of about 60sqm, is composed of two rooms with bathroom and kitchen which, through building intervention, can be restored into a pool house with independent entrance on a garden of approx. 2000 sqm, with sculptures and plants shaped by the interventions of the artist.