Design process, concept, goals
- This project was about introducing new products in the living area and dining area without cluttering the space or clashing with the client’s existing furniture.
- The client was interested in having a warm, elegant and rich look.
- The client was also interested in creating a new bed composition for one of his bedrooms.
Products introduced: in the living room is been used New York by Olivieri, Thelma Sideboard with Debarked Shelves by Olivieri. The dining area is made with an Alfred Dining Table by Olivieri, Bella Chairs and Armchairs by Frag, Occhio pendant lights by Renzo Serafini. The bedroom has a Omega Bed by Presotto, Martin Bedsides by Olivieri, Zoe Armchair by Verzelloni.
Achieved (referred to the points above) and remarks from client:
- A key point is been the use of wooden elements and sleek metal structures. The combination of those elements made sure that the day light passing through the room was not compromised. The tricky part of our focus in the main living area was to maintain the symmetricity and evenness of the space around the central structural column and fireplace while at the same time furnishing the room with a sideboard and shelving for storage.
- Effect achieved using the colour scheme and the wood for most of the product introduced.
- In the bed space the fabrics of the pieces introduced were carefully chosen producing samples and comparing them with the existing carpet and finish of the walls. The bedside tables in dark wood finish carry the finish throughout all the rooms.
We are very happy with this project’s outcome and the most remarkable element is been the use, for the whole dining table surface, of an oak frame with “bark effect“: an innovative and exclusive handmade work...the clients appreciated it so much that they wanted also the hallway to be “enriched” by matching shelves!