When visiting a city for the first time, I love entering its buildings to catch a glimpse of the place’s architecture, atmosphere, and history. The town’s residential area is an integral part of its discovery as it was built according to the needs and taste of its inhabitants. But, most importantly, it remains unguarded to the needs of tourism, which sometimes overthrow its authenticity. This photograph, shot in a building in Florence, underlines its undeniable need for aesthetics. A beautiful design on the walls, balancing between blue and yellow, and the light emerging from the top floors of the staircase, seem to represent the welcoming committee for its visitors. The stairs, the black and white tiles, the arch, and the colors conciliate to offer all the attention needed to a little star in a pram.