A tour of Italian architecture and design. Enjoying living in the center of a dynamic and bustling city, having a refuge from noise and pollution while maintaining contact with a vibrant lifestyle, is for many a true dream. In this idea book, we will show you seven incredible modern apartments located in the hearts of the main cities of Italy, in a virtual tour of different architectural and interior design styles, which respond to the individual needs of each person’s lifestyle. of their owners. Let’s not wait any longer and let’s get started!
First stop: Venice. The city of Venice is distinguished by being a place full of history and romance, with a contemporary character. The two levels on which the apartment that we are visiting on this occasion is developed, are characterized by the logic of the open space, connected by a simple and pleasant apparent brick wall, in shades of gray and a staircase built with wood and glass. . The transparent polycarbonate table and chairs gently define the hallway; the wooden surfaces in the dividing wall give contrast and warmth to the environment.
A wonderful loft in Milan. Brera, the most characteristic neighborhood in Milan, is the setting in which this surprising project is located, which recovers the shape of country houses, reinterpreting the style in a contemporary way. The classic style is maintained with the presence of large windows with ornate carpentry, a spiral staircase, and a tone of vintage white, elements that come together in an interior design with an elegant Parisian flavor in its decoration. The mezzanine with its structural lightness, allows an uninterrupted view between the two levels, creating a greater sense of spaciousness in the space.
Next stop: Rome. We are in Rome, in modern apartments, where neoteric shapes blend naturally with classic ones. The impeccable shine of the wooden floors and the wall reflect natural and artificial light, creating an effect of spaciousness and having excellent ventilation thanks to its large windows. Persian rugs, generally found in traditional houses, are combined in this context with contemporary furnishings and décor. Design by the architects of Archifacturing.
From the 18th century to the present day in Turin. 170 m² of pure beauty: this 18th-century apartment in the heart of Turin encompasses a perfect blend of tradition and modernity. The recovery of the structure brought to this wonderful house a Scandinavian style that gave it a new face. . Chairs, wall units, and wooden floors warm the environment with intense tones and a lot of presence.
Luxury and elegance in Florence. Right in the Florentine style, the apartment is located in the center of this beautiful city. A property that was restored concentrating on the preservation of original elements such as the wooden floor and furniture. Give way to a modern and contemporary structure on the second level. The staircase that connects both levels gracefully, has a travertine marble finish that gives it a touch of luxury and elegance that combines perfectly with the fine walnut finishes and the modern steel and glass of the upper floor.
Minimalism in Napolés. Minimalism is the defining style of this apartment located in the heart of bustling Naples. With a predominantly white color on both walls and furniture. The space becomes a setting for ultra-modern decoration details, such as the large abstract-style oil painting. Some cushions and ornaments add a touch of color to the environment, which is contrasted by the warm gray tone of the elegant floor. A design developed by Architect Lorella Casola.
A refuge in Verona. One of the modern apartments that we visit on this last stop in Verona is inside a barrel vault. it covers and unifies the entire environment. The stone is here the protagonist that gives a unique character to this wonderful design. The whole house plays between the colors and shades of the stone. The contrast, however, remains the most fascinating characteristic between the structure and the furniture: the former, rustic and cozy, the latter, essential and modern.
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