Giacomo and Amedeo Zenucchi have an inbred talent for furnishing with class and taste, but they had to invest much of their innovative energy in order to become leaders in the furniture industry.
Ideas, a poetic spirit that focuses on the customer and their living needs, a penchant for “savoir-faire” and a real desire to experiment. For them, architecture and interior design are one and the same. The meaning of life. A meaning they always transfer into their sophisticated designs. A sensation that can be felt when you enter their homes.
A decidedly modern decorative approach
Black & Cream
“The formal nitor of a residence in franciacorta designed by the architect Massimo Castagna and furnished by furniture Zenucchi.”
Instead, shades of cream are used on the waxed, silk-effect walls, chasing each other with a glossy on matt texture. Only the colour of the wood intrudes, on tiptoe, to emphasise a some details. The custom-made oak ceiling and glossy American walnut doors warm the rooms. The wenge staircase with a crystal handrail gives the entrance a modern touch This formal crispness is echoed in the bathrooms, with brushed biancone stone walls with horizontal grouts, adorned with restraint by Boffi. The cream colour, grey and hints of wood have created a light effect that spreads through the house until it reaches an off-white in the living area. A double-sided fireplace separates the dining room from the living area. In this space the furniture echoes the colours of the architecture: the table by Ceccotti Collezioni is made of walnut wood with a clear smoked glass top, while the bookcase by Minotti is mocha-coloured. The black leather chairs are by Cappellini. The living room furniture is mocha-coloured too: here Minotti is the star of the room with the nubuck sofa and leather armchairs. The Kastall rugs, on the other hand, used to cover large spaces, pick up the light colour of the walls and the ivory silk of the soft curtains. The only concession to colour was reserved for the children’s bedroom furnished with upholstered beds by Axel and colourful, transparent plastic accessories by Kartel. The cabinets were all custom-made and are by Poliform. A decidedly modern decorative approach that is embodied in a excursus of design from the last decades of the 20th century to the present day, favouring a light, yet enveloping, balanced impact that eschews minimalist excesses.
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