A newly built flat in Desenzano del Garda, for which we designed the kitchen, TV wall in the living room, entrance hall, bathroom, lighting and room accessories. The customer’s taste inspired us with elegant combinations and sober colours. The slate grey kitchen combined with a contrasting top and back in a grey Calacatta finish, with a glass end column and integrated LED. The customer expressed his preference for the wallpapers that we proposed with a botanical/floral theme both in the entrance area and in the bathroom, in the waterproof variant. The TV wall was painted with a textured lime effect, with a wooden slatted insert and linear cabinet with doors, same lacquer as the kitchen, with integrated steam fireplace. We decided with the customers to standardise all kitchen and bathroom accessories in black.Continue reading
A private lakefront villa, for which we designed the imposing kitchen, developed on three walls in terms of appliances and working area. The columns and base units are in a metallic copper-coloured lacquered finish and the backlit bronze crystal glass cabinets. The large central island measures almost 5 metres, with tops and doors in a veined Neolith Abu Dhabi finish. The equipped island has a sink area, with a pull-down copper-coloured mixer tap, the induction hob with integrated hood and the snack counter from which the lake view can be enjoyed thanks to the bright glass windows.Continue reading
Completely renovated cottage in Desenzano del Garda, of which we designed the entrance zone in particular, with floor-to-ceiling laths separating the living room from the green areas of the entrance. Laths with concealed fastening in a matt lacquered finish. The wardrobe is in a niche, with a slatted panel and shaped wall panelling. All made to measure. We took care of the installation of the flush-to-wall doors, the design of the secondary room, with a wooden wall unit and desk, and the resined panelling in the master bedroom.Continue reading
In a completely renovated building in Desenzano del Garda, we designed the furniture for this flat on the first floor. Our client wanted a pastel-coloured ambience with a contemporary and clean but at the same time cosy décor. The kitchen is linear, white, with mortar effect doors. The sofa in the middle of the room with a raised foot, in neutral tones, contrasts with the sky-blue and quartz-pink wall and furniture elements. The bedroom picks up on the tones of the living area, with touches of pink in the make-up corner pouf and a botanical wallpaper covering the wall at the entrance and the clothes-hanging niche.Continue reading
Small renovation and furniture design work in a flat in Desenzano del Garda. The client relied on us for a restyling of his new flat and for the entire furnishings. We proposed textured walls and resins, plasterboard for TV recesses and water fireplace recesses, custom-made wood panelling and a bedhead in teal velvet in the master bedroom and black and white wallpaper in the study/guest room. At the entrance we find a full-height cupboard with passageway, dividing the living area from the sleeping area. The living area is an open space with kitchen and dining table. A special feature is the sink with a basin integrated into the top, lowered, concealed mixer tap and cover board in the same finish as the top, to conceal the sink under the window and give a tidier look to the space. Induction hob on the peninsula, with extractor hood recessed in the ceiling, in plasterboard, in stainless steel finish. The iconic transparent chairs and the large retro-silvered mirror with machined frame illuminate the room.Continue reading
Villa 5, Garda Lake
Design of a single villa, in a residential context, following the project from the embryonic stage, such as the study of lighting according to the furniture and the choice of sanitary ware, flooring and wall tiles accompanying the client in every decision-making step. We were supportive of the already well-defined taste of our client, who chose to place the living area on the second floor, which continues outside in the large terrace where, in addition to the relaxation area, an outdoor kitchen was designed. On the same floor, a service bathroom carved out under the rafters, with a small designer hand basin. On the ground floor an open space houses the kitchen and dining room, with a large wooden table. A full-height glass door separates the sleeping area consisting of two double bedrooms and a large bathroom. In the basement, a guest bedroom and a bathroom with a storage unit for laundry use. The color palette throughout the villa combines neutral tones of upholstery and furniture with accessories and upholstered pastel colors.
Villa 4, Garda Lake
Two-story villa in Moniga del Garda, for which we took care of the design of the spaces, lighting, and custom-made furniture. The kitchen is in dark elm wood, elegantly combined with veined marble in warm tones. The same essence is replicated in the two full-height sliding doors that separate the living area from the sleeping area, like a sort of secret room, housing master bedroom and walk-in closet. From the bedroom, with the doors open, you can enjoy the lake view. The living area is a reminder to relax, with two sofas upholstered in sage green fabric and an electric fireplace built into the TV column. The large bathroom houses a walk-in shower and a free-standing tub. The ambiance is very neutral, beige-tan upholstery and tone-on-tone furnishings, with touches of wood, such as the vintage-flavored towel rail. We also arranged to place large panels with themed photographs to enrich the walls of the crawl space in the basement, illuminating them ad-hoc.
Villa 3, Garda Lake
In a context of individual villas directly on the lake, we have designed the furnishings of this unit trying to please the client in the aesthetic taste and practicality of a holiday home for hosting friends and family. We have, down to the smallest detail, designed an environment where the client feels at home, from the office in the basement, where he can carve out moments of privacy, to the outdoor terrace, where the large table and outdoor kitchen are the highlight of lake view dinners. The villa is on three floors: The kitchen is developed in height, with an open wine cellar on the central peninsula. In the living room, touches of wood and terracotta give a sense of warmth and comfort, contrasting with the master bedroom in shades of blue, perfectly matching the view. The highlight is definitely the billiard room in the basement, where guests can enjoy a glass of our local wine with friends. Over the years, customers have also chosen us for the curtains that match the furnishings and the greenery that surrounds the villa.
Flats, city of Bergamo
Design and realisation of elegant flats in the heart of the city of Bergamo. The process of our intervention began with the surveys, continuing with the careful study of the distribution, the choice of the moodboard materials and colours, the design of the furniture and finally the assembly of the custom-made furnishings. The building, which dates back to the early twentieth century, has been completely renovated and divided into 14 flats furnished in a refined and comfortable way, with great attention to detail, perfectly representing the concept of “feeling at home” for those who live in them. Oak parquet flooring has been chosen to warm the environment, and matching furnishing details, wallpaper and velvet embellish the rooms. The wall tones set a visual rhythm dictated by colour, ensuring that each flat has a reference palette. Kitchens and wardrobes are free from chromaticism, tones of grey and sand and minimal style create a neutral fil-rouge taken up throughout the building. In addition to the flats, we also designed the reception area ad-hoc: a made-to-measure counter-console covered with stoneware slabs, wooden slatted panels and a full-height light grey cupboard, which matches the cement-effect wallpaper.
Offices, Desenzano del Garda
Conception and design of offices that we followed from the construction site to the installation of the furniture. We wanted the working environment to reflect the characteristics of the people who live there every day, a young and creative team. We had fun mixing different materials and textures, pop-art wallpapers give character to the office walls, contrasting with the minimalist white furniture of chairs, chests of drawers and storage units. On some walls we have deliberately left the bricks exposed, unfinished, as can be seen in the meeting room, where grey carpeting, black leather armchairs and a wooden table contrast with the lively wall decoration. In the main office, we have a completely panelled, dark wall with applied magnetic metal elements. The furniture is minimal, the floor an elegant dark wood. The dining room is complete with kitchen, with dowdraft hood and columns with recessed doors, matt black. A table with a polished marble effect top, chairs with padding and a matching carpet complete the dining area, separated from the relaxation area by a vertical green screen. In contrast to the white furnishings of the workstations, black predominates in the corridors and bathrooms, illuminated by repeated cuts of light.