The house we live in, invite friends to, raise our children in.
“Our research starts from finding out about the customer’s habits: adapting this new “change” and, generally, we’re talking about a big change. Customers place their trust in us and our expertise, visiting us directly at the Luzzana showroom and then throughout the entire project, finding a standard of care that allows us to achieve a great result together: a home we can live in, invite friends to, raise our children in, and adapt it to the future changes that life inevitably faces us with. ”
“Sometimes we start from the building site, sometimes from the customer’s desire to change the space they already live in, but the result is always sweeping: our experience translates the wishes of the homeowners. A house to live in, invite friends to, raise children in, and adapt to the future changes that life inevitably faces us with. Sometimes we start from the building site, sometimes from the customer’s desire to change the space they already live in, but the result is always sweeping”
The skilfully distributed lighting helps divide the spaces.
In this 300 square metre, three-storey house we started from the building site and a lot of work was carried out on the building. The requests: a large, fully liveable kitchen, where the family can gather every day, and a separate dining area to enjoy evenings with friends; a relaxation area open to the living room; attention to the sleeping area with bathrooms that are similar to a spa; and, finally, functional walk-in wardrobes that connect to the bedrooms. The functional division of the space was followed by the choice of materials: iron, steel, glass, Indian grey quartzite stone and wenge panga panga parquet. The entrance leads directly into the large open-plan living area, where the staircase in the foreground is also an important decorative element. Glass, steel, Indian grey quartzite stone and attention to detail – note the larger, boxed first step, the amber glass partition wall separating the living area from the dining area, where the back-staircase cladding motif continues with Zebrano wood panelling with horizontal grooving. Suspended above it all, an elegant, transparent Murano glass chandelier. The skilfully distributed light helps to divide the spaces: throughout the house there are false ceilings studded with fibre optics, recessed lights on the floor and walls, and only a few, but well-designed, lighting elements such as Castiglioni’s Arco. The kitchen space is furnished with Rossana’s Verona model with Damascus stone countertop, doors in stained American walnut, contrasting stainless steel for drawers, deliberately exposed appliances, and polished polyester lacquered tall units. The large round table completes this modern, linear environment. The staircase leads to the sleeping area, where everything is orderly: concealed wardrobes and clear divisions, but at the same time lightened by the Rimadesio doors, Wenge flooring, cloud glass and black glass, depending on the colours used for the furniture. We glide through the bathrooms with Bisazza mosaics through to complete relaxation that only chromotherapy can add to a personal care area, much like a real spa.
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