Once all the module are bends and stored in this “huge closet”, it frees half of the zone of the room. Using the “impression of the Swiss Army blade”, the design studio organize functions in such a scheme to fit the uncommonly compact space and make excellent use of it. The Swiss Army blade is a non complex knife but, by a game of folding and sliding , it can hold a multitude of device in a very tiny object.
Designer elements are spread throughout, adding up to the high level of personality this place exudes: “The living room features a modular kitchen, a new concept of Veneta Cucine designed by De Lucchi, and a relaxation area with reissued out of production furniture such as the Ulysses chair of Moroso. The majority of the furniture and a suggestive lighting stems from Produzione Privata and completes the space by giving the apartment a warm and welcoming feeling.” We love the stylish and unobtrusive manner in which the designer integrated contemporary elements within the traditional “frames” of this house.
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