As you enter the room, you are presented with living area consisting of Larsen sofa by Verzelloni facing a wall composition in Cross Art by Presotto. The light coloured fabric of the sofa and its low profile coupled with its sleek metal legs lifting it of the floor, restricts as little of the day light passing through the room as possible. And its composition, consisting of three seat main part and chaise longue on its left, shields the centre of the living area from direct opening to the front door entrance.
The TV composition combines matt white lacquered storage units and shelves in ‘Aged’ Basalto oak, giving the room warmth and its contrast with the white painted wall creates an optical division of the single areas. The bottom units and top shelves are fitted with LED lights in daylight colour maintaining the lightness of the room during the day and creating comfy feeling at night.
Continuing further in, you’ll pass a glass coffee table Bridge by Sovet. Please also notice the desk on the right, splitting from the TV wall composition, embedding a structural column of the wall as it gently bridges into the dining area. The desk is finished in EcoMalta (same as the dining table top), is 9.6 cm thick and wall mounted. The armchair is Darling by Frag in white leather with wooden legs.
Now you find yourself in the dining area consisting of Tailor dining table by Presotto and Lilly chairs by Frag in light grey eco-leather. The table top is in EcoMalta with legs in dark grey lacquered aluminium. And same as with the sofa and coffee table, its thin features let as much of day light as possible past around it in to the room. Next to the dining table is a kitchen island occupied with three Lilly stools by Frag in dark grey eco-leather.