The living room area echoes the tones and geometries of the kitchen. The custom-made table with oak top and base in natural iron is enlivened by the dark leather of the Taormina Wood chairs by Alfredo Haberli (2010, Alias). Above them, the Troag by Luca Nichetto (Foscarini) is a modern pendant light in natural wood; it is illuminated by rectangular windows which, covered by bright white roller blinds, look out on the world outside. The sun and the moon cast their shadows on the modern wood panelling, consisting of one smooth wall and one in horizontal panels. Opposite, the Large sofa by Ferruccio Laviani (2012, Molteni&C.) is warmed by the flames of a perfectly white fireplace. Neutral shades and the tones of the Earth. An absence of strong colour.
The sun and the moon cast their shadows on the modern wood panelling
A wonderful sense of purity which nothing can taint
Mirroring the daytime area, the master bedroom also stands out for its harmonious combination of wood, white and grey. The John John bed by Jean Marie Massaud (2012, Poltrona Frau) is watched over by the Abbinabili (1991, Poliform) and introduced by the Poliform lacquered wardrobe. In the bathroom, entirely custom-made, the cabinet with embossed lacquer finish is separated from the Corian surface by fitted sinks. A wonderful sense of purity which nothing can taint. Only the children’s bathroom has a colour scheme. The concrete bathtub is hidden by a fun series of screens, custom-designed by the architect and light-heartedly emphasised with diamond-shaped porcelain stoneware tiles. On the back wall a tone-on-tone motif is broken up with little chinks in a lighter shade. Colour, yes, but with a light touch. A concept espoused by Italo Calvino in 1985.
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