With the limited information you give, I would suggest very efficient European speakers such as Tannoy concentrics (several models), Living Voice or Beauhorn.
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Hi, I'm not! There are several very good Italian speakers although I don't know what the cost would be in Euros, since the pricing is much different than the US price. There are very many good European electronics companies. Germany, France, and the UK offer some of the best available, but we really don't know what you are interested in, so it's hard to make recommendations.
Visit the Apogee Speaker users forum, we have members in your area with many models of Apogee speakers that you could give a listen.
These speakers are as good as it gets in large rooms like yours.
I own a pair of speakers from an Italian company named Strumenti Acustici Precisione (S.A.P.). They have an ecclectic lineup of speakers. The speaker that I own is the J-2001 with the twin woofers. This model may no longer be in production (S.A.P. claimed it was too expensive to produce). It is probably out of your stated range, even accounting for huge markup to U.S. market, but it would not hurt to make an inquiry.
The major problem here is that most Italian rooms are very "lively" rooms, to say the least. Plaster walls and tile floors.
Comunque, suggerisco che ascolti alcune diverse marche, tranne Sonus Faber, Opera, e alcune altre marche europee. Siccome sono state disegnate in europa, funzioneranno meglio nella sua stanza.
Penso di scrivere bene... beh, spero di scrivere bene.