The living area maintains the preference for light colours with the oval marble-topped table designed by Eero Saarinen for Knoll, the white leather armchairs by Poltrona Frau and the glittering Taraxacum chandelier by Achille Castiglioni. Only the fireplace stands out from the wall and is outlined by its dark rectangular shape. A colour that is gradually being incorporated in the living area where the mocha furniture dominates with its bold personality. The coffee-coloured leather of Minotti’s sofas, the brown rug and the glossy “sideboard” leaning against the back wall, create a circumscribed and well-defined space for relaxation and conversation. An elegant atmosphere also in the sleeping area, where colours are more subdued to create a more intimate atmosphere, suitable for these private areas of the home. The wenge panelled walk-in wardrobe, with its dark decor and dark male clothing, echoes the style of designer Tom Ford’s store, in which luxury and elegance reign supreme. The “leitmotif” that visually unites all the rooms, giving a pleasant harmony to the spaces, is the cream-coloured marble floor, chiselled and honed on site. A visual continuity that is also maintained in the design details of the ventilation grilles, all positioned at the same height. The same elegant rigour that distinguishes Zenucchi Arredamento’s style can be found in the bathrooms furnished with Boffi, a brand capable, like no other, of lending an innate elegance to rooms. Only one of these has been equipped as a wellness area and is adjacent to the master bedroom. The sauna, on the other hand, communicates with the outdoors and opens onto a 70 square metre terrace. Another space to live, in communication with the interior of the house. A furnished space that maintains the colour philosophy adopted for the interior: Dedon bronze and wicker sofas and armchairs emphasise the visual continuity. The only concession to colour is the vegetation in the hanging garden and the swimming pool, that reflects the colours of the sky and integrates them into the open-air room.