The 280-square-meter apartment has large representative spaces and retains the typical 1940s layout. The very large entrance hall is the central junction of the house and gives access to all rooms: the living area divided into three spaces, the central living, dining room and a playroom; and the sleeping area consisting of three bedrooms and two bathrooms. A residence with classic formality in which white, gray and anthracite tones prevail.
Some original elements were preserved, such as the fireplace, woodwork and stucco, the latter supplemented with others made from scratch. Light marble and parquet were used for the flooring.
The entrance is furnished with a small Living Divani table, Driade armchairs, and Italo mirror by Glass Design. In the central living room, light velvet sofas designed by Loto AD Project are paired with Edra’s Rose Chair and Brasilia coffee table and Tai Ping rug.
For the dining room, the Promemoria table, Casamilano chairs, Catellani&Smith chandelier, and Scrigno storage by Edra were chosen. In the play area, the piano is paired with Isotta chairs/benches by Promemoria. Lamps by Santa&Cole and artworks made by the owner complete the rooms.
Designer pieces, musical instruments and precious objects have been juxtaposed to create a classic ambient that identifies the owner’s artistic personality.