Materials research, elegance, and contrasts are the three key elements used to create this apartment with a very contemporary yet elegant spirit.
The white walls and beams welcome the Modulnova total black kitchen with textured effects thanks to the metallic backsplashes, and the boiserie and countertop made of Kerlite Gress Sahara. The same finishes are found in the entrance created by the bookcase that seamlessly integrates with the kitchen columns. Nicola, the interior designer who designed the apartment, wanted to have fun by duplicating the living area through clever use of mirrors that provide light and enlarge the space.
The Saarinen Knoll table remains black, in contrast with the Vitra chairs. In the living room, lightness was chosen with the GranTorino sofa from Poltrona Frau, reinforced by the sinuous shape of the coffee tables.
The Modulnova bathroom becomes a place that combines function and emotion. Like marking a path, the Kerlite Gress Sahara was used again to create the monoblock sink. The shower is equipped with a chromotherapy system by Gessi for a pure moment of relaxation.
The natural light in the bedroom, filtered through custom-made curtains, invites rest on the magnificent Twils bed with a capitonné headboard. The bedside tables match the bed’s color perfectly, embellished with bronze details.