Browse By

Scandinavian-inspired interior design project for an apartment in Tuscany by Studiòvo

For the interior of an intimate apartment in the historical center of Lucca, Studiòvo has focused on a minimalist design, simple and natural, Scandinavian-inspired, enriched by notes of color capable of instilling a warm environment. Overlooking a cozy inner garden, which is currently in the design phase, the apartment is surprising for its abundant light from the balcony of the little kitchen "invading" eloquently the living area. Testimonials Nordic influence that led Andrea Caturegli and Marco Vincenzi in the choice of furnishings and finishes, the white surfaces, floor porcelain tiles and all white walls enhanced by a contrasting, yet harmonious, pistachio green wall: an unmistakable sign that repeats also in the hallway leading to the sleeping area and thanks to Edge of Artemide becomes a symbol of brilliance. In the living room, comfort and design Made in Italy play the role of protagonists, so in front of a fireplace wall, a pair of soft padded Papillon sofas by Giovannetti Collezioni in shades of white and orange look to a geometric cabinet in lacquered wood, designed ad hoc by Studiòvo and handcrafted. With an elegant taste and a clean shape, the rectangular table in the living room becomes a theater of lunches and informal meetings, welcoming guests to the fun and colorful chairs Lizz by Kartell, illuminated in turn by the spectacular suspension Honeymoon and the nearby Spillo floor lamp by Kundalini. Moving into the bedroom, to catch the eye of lovers of architecture is the generous wall unit in white lacquered wood, designed by designers with a vertical lines system concealing the opening of the compartments intrusive containers. In this area, the bed is the backdrop for an irreverent red fire wall where two comic prints emphasize the chromatic and aesthetic design solutions by Kartell signed with the classic Componibili and Artemide, with its small light Dalù. Photos: Giorgio Leone Visit the Studiòvo website Read more news related Studiòvo published at Infurma
Share this: