With MMF-2015, you can design interiors suited to every style, dream and metreage: design that makes the most of every space, letting you fill all of the rooms with personality. Step inside some of the most beautiful homes designed with MMF-2015 and get inspired.
EVEN THE SMALLEST SPACE IS FILLED WITH PERSONALITY
For Fabio and Marta, it was love at first sight with this small vintage flat, begging to be renovated. Located in the old town of Bergamo Alta, it was the perfect place to build their oasis of tranquillity. The common thread of MMF-2015’s project for the interior is its dialogue with the existing architecture, in spite of the limited metreage, made possible by versatile modularity down to the centimetre. Plays of volume and mimesis, light suspensions and brilliant use of colour make the most of every little last corner, creating airy rooms filled with natural light.
In the smallest space, where metreage is limited, the modularity of the furnishings plays with solids and voids, recuperating valuable space for storage.
The pantry is a little universe that contains all of the necessities, concealing appliances and filling the room with sparkling reflections.
For Marta and Fabio, the most private area of the home needed to be focused on relaxation: the suspended bed and bedside tables lighten up the space, creating a dream-like atmosphere.
In the bedroom, the wardrobe becomes an architectural volume pairing elegance and practicality.
The colourful panels of the N.O.W wardrobe pick up the hues of the wooden ceiling restored by Marta and Fabio.
The dialogue continues, with the same palette used for the small chest of drawers.
The suspended bedside table also has details that make it more than the sum of its parts, echoing the hues of the wardrobe.
THE CONTEMPORARY LOFT
120 SQUARE METRES WITH A VIEW OVER BOLZANO AND TAILORED DESIGN
Fabrizio and Loredana’s dream was to design a modern, technologically cutting-edge home with a 360° view of the sky above Bolzano. The project for the interior, developed entirely with MMF-2015 furnishings, made this dream reality, the spacious flat becoming a welcoming place that favours encounter and the life that flows through it while creating a harmonious tie between inside and outside. The common thread of the home is the light, minimal line of the timeless, elegant design: from the open-plan living room to the bedrooms, an essential colour palette and suspended furnishings dialogue with the architecture of the spacious rooms, enhancing the natural light streaming through the full-height windows and creating a setting that puts the people who live there at the centre of the design.
The spacious rectangular island kitchen opens onto the living room, tailored to the space by MMF-2015, since Loredana loves sharing special moments with her family
The elegant colour palette plays on black and white, multiplying the sparkling reflections.
Standing out on the horizon between the kitchen and the terrace, the dining room is one of the most stunning areas of the house.
A slender line running along the wall creates suspended shelving for books, objet and photographs.
The bed is suspended, eliminating obstacles on the floor to let the light pass through and optimise the floor heating.
The wardrobe is precision-tailored to recuperate maximum storage space and picks up the colour palette of the kitchen and living room.
The suspension of the furnishings creates a dialogue between interior and exterior.
The bathroom is a pleasure to use every day, for kids and adults, a visually essential space and extremely practical and easy to use.
Also evocative at night, the dining room is perfect for hosting dinners while enjoying the view of Bolzano from above.
The Air bed rests on extra-clear glass legs, so Sofia can sleep as if suspended on a cloud.
A desk and storage for playing and drawing on a suspended surface.
THE ELEGANT OPEN AIR VILLA
A MODERN DESIGN REVOLVING AROUND WELLNESS AND SHARING
‘Living in a space that you designed yourself is good for the soul, it creates a good reflection of you and helps you to relate better with others.’ Margherita, who plans low-energy homes, had a clear idea for the design of her own home, to be shared with her husband Stefano and son Alessandro: a modern, elegant, comfortable space that natural reflects their personality and way of life. The interior, with an airy atmosphere created by suspended furnishings and volumes that overhang or rest lightly on one another, meets the family’s needs for relaxation and sharing, oriented towards casual socialising and in continuous dialogue with the outdoors.
Stefano wanted an open-plan space without bulky furnishings, where the light filters in freely from outside.
The living room and kitchen are a single space, lightened up by furniture suspended on glass legs.
In the dining room, the essentialness of the Air table with extra-clear glass legs creates space for conviviality.
The sparkling reflections of the glass surfaces fill the kitchen, which has an oak-wood peninsula and looks out onto nature.
Margherita dreamed of a kitchen that would let her share the ritual of cooking with family and guests
The suspended peninsula adds luminosity and lightness to the room and continuity with the external space.
The bedroom is enveloped in a romantic atmosphere devoted to relaxation.
Contiguous with the master bedroom, a space for relaxation and private moments while enjoying the panoramic view.
Invisible extra-clear glass legs support the Air bed, letting the light pass through and filling the space with lightness.
The Skin washbasin creates an effect of magical suspension, detaching from the wall like a skin.
In Alessandro’s room, the Huggy armchair can turn into a comfortable extra bed for friends.
Tea waits for Stefano to come home. Often away on business, the home is an oasis of tranquillity for sharing with his family, his dog and a few friends.
The villa has simple, essential volumes and large windows that put it in direct contact with the outdoors.