The name originates from his bed which, unlike the common canopies, is characterized by the fact that it is suspended in the air and blocked by the use of tie-rods in hemp rope. This system, today purely aesthetic and enriched with the canopy, was designed in the past to obtain the space necessary to let a piano enter without the use of beams or pillars from a very small room.
The experience of sleeping lulled by the slight movement of the suspended bed remained so impressed in the minds of its creators that they decided to propose it again in their Artisan Maison project and to elevate it to symbolize the structure.
The second evocative element, on the other hand, is represented by the tailor's display case and the old sewing machine used as a base for the washbasin. These are two elements that have lived these walls since 1901, a donation by Totò, the original owner who seems to give soul and harmony to the whole structure.