Marco wanted a house designed for expressing its dynamic personality, offering a pleasant aesthetic cut, comfort and functionality. APPARTAMENTO MMF-2015 Florence is designed to make the best possible use of the available space and tries to give each room an original look and unexpected twist.
The interior design spreads across three floors. The ground floor hosts a welcoming kitchen that opens onto the garden. The first floor is where you will find the spacious living room and master bedroom. And the mansard has been transformed into a children’s room.
The kitchen 36e8 is designed with lightness, characterized by a wide use of wood, but interpreted in contemporary terms: divided into two walls, equipped, suspended and extremely clean lines, surrounds a large Air Wildwood table that gives the room a welcoming feel and creates a rich, sophisticated, functional space.
Whereas the feel of the first floor is all about relaxation. The LagoLinea shelving, designed to offer maximum expressive freedom to the wall, defines the living room walls and frames the modular Air sofa, which can be adapted according to need, even transforming into a comfortable bed. The main hues are shades of mat green, which are a perfect match for the 36e8 modules and Air Wildwood oak coffee table.
A combination of surprise and functionality dress up the bedroom. With the desire to wake up every day in a stimulating and different room, the choice has come down to innovative and surprising elements. Behind the bed the Luci e Ombre wallpaper, which mimics the look of light filtering in through imaginary windows, and the Et Voilà wardrobe, which is tucked into a dedicated niche, seeming to disappear into the room. The Vele bed lends lightness and elegance to the space and provides a practical place for rest, featuring a dramatic headboard complete with integrated bedside tables.
The top floor is reserved for Matteo, the youngest member of the family, providing a refuge dedicated to passions and fun. The N.O.W. wardrobe gives the space a playful, elegant tone with its alternating hues of yellow, orange and blue, and glass-finished elements. The LagoLinea bed is the starting point for shelving that ends with a suspended desk, adding a sense of lightness to the room. Matteo’s room has space for it all: play, study and relaxation, and even a Chama armchair that creates a welcoming atmosphere and can be turned into a bed for sleepovers.
Via Luca Vangi 18, Signa (FI)