Design process, concept, goals
-The major goal for this project was to create an aesthetical result that wasn’t going to compromise the unique and special nature of this home.
-The client was interested in having something functional, “neutral” and minimalistic and, at the same time, timeless.
-The client was particularly interested in optimising the bedrooms storage capacity of the house.
Products introduced: the kitchen and dining area is made with 36&8 Kitchen by Lago, BCN Stools by Kristalia, Ray Glass Table by Fiam, Pura Dining Chairs by Sovet. Main products of the lounge/sitting area are the Air Sofa by Lago, Brio Coffee Table by Presotto. Main products used around the four bedrooms are Fluttua Bed by Lago, 36&8 Floating Nightstands, Zoe Armchair by Verzelloni, Piktor Side Table by Sovet, Kelly Armchair by Verzelloni and Glass Wardrobe by Olivieri.
Achieved (referred to the points above) and remarks from client:
- A key point is been the use of “floating” structures, transparent glass and soft upholstered legs. The combination of those elements made sure that the day light passing through the huge windows was not compromised.
- Thanks to the super simplistic contemporary aesthetic of our products, the whole property is now furnished in a timeless and spotless way. The overall colours scheme selected, made of neutrals and warm tones, also helped.
- The goal is been achieved thanks to the fully tailored wardrobe system offered by our partner Olivieri. Each bedroom is provided with fully fitted wardrobe “dressed” with polished glass doors in a sand colour (that felt appropriate also considering the location of the property).
We are very proud with this project’s outcome and the most remarkable feedback we could have had from the client is to have been fully trusted in managing the whole project by working only on architectural plans: due to the building undergoing a massive building programme which took the best part of 3 years to complete, the site was not accessible but our team gladly accepted and won the challenge!
Photos by Living Space & Partners and Carol Fulton