The flat is between the main train station (3 min. walk) and the center (3 min. walk) with charm, good energy and outstanding view of the city. You can live in a quiet place (pedestrian) for base your stay in the city.
From january 2018 the flat is available for 6 moths. Looking for long stay.
Charmant e quiet apartment (50m2) in the last floor of an old house located in the historical center of Lugano. Faced to the cathedral in one side and the city in the other, very close to main train station (3-5 min walk). Really peaceful and quite zone (pedestrian) but very close to restaurants, tavern, museums, boutiques, shooping center and lake. Whit shower room, toilet, large eat-in kitchen with old fireplace. and fast internet connections (wifi).
Interakcija s gostima
There will be a person responsible for the introducing and for general control during the stay.
A bike sharing area ((URL HIDDEN) is very close and also a car sharing area is situated near the train station ((URL HIDDEN)
1) Water the plants
2) Keep the apartment clean and safe
3) Other guest are interdict without a check in
4) Share the washing mashine with the owner (once a week)
Matteo Fieni (born februar 3, 1976 in Mendrisio) is a Swiss photographer. He lives and works from Lugano to Zürich. Fieni attended the Istituto Europeo di Design (IED) in Milan from 1998 until 2001 where immediately began to experience photography as artistic research countercurrent the commercial philosophy of the school. He get into a conceptual photography, exposing the serie “Vergin times” at Argos Project (Image festival, 2000, Vevey, CH). He keep on doing experiements in photography with a series of installations between 2001 and 2003 at La Fabbrica (Losone, CH), among which stands out the exhibition Realtà Rivelata. Stop the research for some years where he spent time working commercially, taking corporate portraits and images for annual reports and corporates. In 2010, after a period of study at the Università della Svizzera Italiana (2007-2010, USI) he takes up his photographical discourse with “Ritratti Metropolitani” an interdisciplinary project*. In 2012 he has been awarded in Italy (Metrocubo 2012, Ancona, IT) with a performance RM#26 of this serie. He also analyzed issues related to comunications between identity and censorships by an editorial entitled “Good Morning, Lugano” receiving the Swiss photo award (ewz 2013, Zürich).