One of those projects in which we were able to express our love for details, materials and refined solutions. Located in one of the most beautiful residential areas of Milan, the apartment has been completely renovated, both in terms of internal distribution and taste. We opted for an intervention that would enhance and dialogue with the period details of the building from the early twentieth century, through a game of references and citations that pay homage to historical figures of Italian and Milanese design. The result is an elegant and delicate project, with extremely accurate details. The apartment opens onto a small entrance illuminated by the custom-designed iron and glass door, which leads to the study and which dialogues with the coat closet covered in Nuvolette wallpaper by Fornasetti. The floor is a Venetian-style seminato by Fantini Mosaici, with a shaded design that
changes from an intense red perimeter to a warm white in the center, in line with the large glass chandelier by Vistosi. The entrance leads to the corridor that leads to the bedrooms and bathrooms, and then opens onto the large living area. In the great room the stuccos and frames meet historical protagonists of design, from the mirror by Gio Ponti hanging over the late 19th century marble fireplace, to the lamps by Sarfatti aligned with the large molded windows; all the result of careful research and selection carried out in constant dialogue with the client. The kitchen is the last room and concludes the project, the pair of iron and glass doors and the seminato floor by Fantini Mosaici return, but this time with Candoglia marble, the same as in the Milan Cathedral; the wall units by Valcucine in clear etched glass match the top and
shelves in gold Calacatta marble. The bathrooms deserve a separate chapter: the master one, connected directly to the bedroom, has floors and walls in Salvatori’s Carrara marble, in Raw and Honed finishes; the second bathroom, the children’s one, is covered in Zellige tiles by MosaicFactory, combined with the
blue grit floor. Everything in this project tells of our passion for design, for materials and their combinations, for hidden details and sudden accents, for dialogue, comparison and constant learning that our profession gives us every time.