Anahita is a relevant figure in the Indo-Iranian mythology, worshipped as the divinity of waters and fertility, associated with healing and wisdom. Features of her and her cult were assimilated to different goddesses of the Greek pantheon, such as Artemis, Aphrodite and Athena.
Anahita is the highest room in the house – the ripest fruit, the closest to the sun. Imbued with an artistic flair, it shines over the Orange-tree Courtyard and the house main facade with a mixture of intimacy and exuberance, proposing delightful moments either in the private terrace or in the tower-shaped living room, surrounded by windows, as a secluded dove-coat. Our picture of bliss: the space everyone should like to dwell forever.