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Two weeks ago Architectural Digest, a world leading interior design magazine, unveiled 2016 AD 100 list. In this list, you will find one of the most famous interior designers in Milan! Laura Sartori Rimini and Roberto Peregalli are the minds behind Studio Peregalli! Their interior design styles are filled with splendor and historical texture. Design Heroes: Their mentor, Renzo Mongiardino; Madeleine Castaing. Signature Touches: Rare antiques and architectural elements; exquisite paneling, plasterwork, and decorative painting. Latest Projects: A London apartment, a Swiss chalet, a Tel Aviv penthouse, and a Bavarian lake pavilion.
Businessman Pierre Bergé enlisted Roberto Peregalli and Laura Sartori Rimini of the design firm Studio Peregalli to transform the upper level of his Paris apartment. In the main salon, a bespoke damask-pattern canvas wall covering serves as the backdrop for a large painting by Antoine-Jean Gros. A project labeled as an Interior design inspiration!
A Louis XV marble-top table anchors the entrance hall, which is lined in antique grisaille panels that Studio Peregalli framed with hand-painted paper borders.
Antique majolica birds, 19th-century landscapes, and assorted objets de vertu enliven the petit salon.
Studio Peregalli transformed a historic villa near Venice. The library features oak paneling and columned arches; the table is 17th-century Tuscan, and the embossed-leather chairs are Louis XVI.
The dining room walls are covered in hand-painted terra-cotta tiles, bordered by gilded wood; a late-18th-century chandelier adds to the room’s grandeur, as do the neoclassical gilded gueridons that grace the corners.
Studio Peregalli sheathed the kitchen walls in majolica tiles; an early-20th-century bronze chandelier is suspended over the Carrara marble–top table and antique dining chairs.
A 16th-century Italian painted ceiling crowns the pine-paneled living room/library of a house in Saint Moritz, Switzerland, with architecture and interior design by Studio Peregalli.
The kitchen’s table and chair are from Switzerland’s Engadine Valley; the backsplash tiles are 17th-century Portuguese.
The master bedroom is lined with pine.
Studio Peregalli designed an apartment in Naples, Italy, featuring an ornate library with a vaulted ceiling and a diamond-pattern floor composed of walnut, cherry, and maple.