An ancient nineteenth-century neo-gothic tower, commissioned by Sir John Temple Leader between 1870 and 1894, is now located near the Pond of the Columns. The tower is characterized by a wonderful fairy-tale appearance. It was long uninhabited, secret, and hidden. It was, nonetheless, essential to the landscape. In 2015, thanks to the vision of Architect Simone Micheli and Earl Francesco Miari Fulcis, an ethical, clever project came to life: the BIG DREAM IN A LITTLE TOWER. Their intention was to restore the use of this secret meeting place, transforming the tower into a fascinating, elegant and refined suite, a material transposition of a new, emphatic, tangible conception of luxury. It is a space where art, cooking and relaxation blend together, with the aim of creating an experimental place and timeless work of art, capable of generating an effective and extensive communication, transforming itself into a pole of attraction that captures one’s imagination.