@tmagazine: Italian filmmaker #LucaGuadagnino's décor debut is on the cover of T's Design issue. The director of #CallMeByYourName and #Suspiria, out this November, has long dreamed of being an interior designer. Inside the Milan-based entrepreneur @FedericoMarchetti and British journalist Kerry Olsen's (@kerryolsen_) home on #LakeComo, he got his shot. Marchetti and Olsen had long been friends with the director, whose densely atmospheric film sets are memorable for their layered, subtle details. Guadagnino often films his movies in aristocratic villas or Art Deco-era wonders little known outside of Italy — environments are as critical to his vision as actors or scripts. “Space is the most important thing that comes to my mind when I analyze things,” Guadagnino says. “In cinema, you are an impostor, in a way, because you can always edit afterward and change the story. You cannot do that with a house.” Written by @GuyTrebay, photographed by @HenryBourne.
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