Designed by Piero Lissoni, Torre Velasca has been one of the milan attractions that everyone is talking about! This Milan urban space is one of Milan’s most cherished places ‘cause of its dream house settings provided by Living Divani.
Another place of great beauty shows the centrality of theTorre Velasca within the cultural life of Milan, together with the urban dynamics of the square at its foot furnishing with Living Divani’s outdoor collection, and the Temporary Store of the brand at the ground floor. The project of Opening Velasca culminates in the outfitting of the Tower’s top floor, where Piero Lissoni, once again together with leading Italian design brands, has created a space for exclusive events where to experiment the concept design driving the residential requalification of the tower.
The space is furnished with many proposals from Living Divani collection, in the name of the understated luxury, discretion, neutrality of form of the brand. At the entrance Inari console by mist-o creates a refined writing area; the double-height dining room is personalized by the freshness of the classical Maja D armchairs covered in fabric by Piero Lissoni .
On the upper floor, the first room attracts for the naturalness of Rod armchairs by Piero Lissoni, Strato coffee table by Victor Carrascowith contoured shape wooden tops and Off Cut bookcase by Nathan Yong, designed by assembling interlocking laths of solid wood. A rigorous elegance characterizes instead the room with the reassuring shapes and the square lines of Marquise armchairs byPiero Lissoni, the distinctive details of the Track bench and Anin stools by David Lopez Quincoces, laid on the Wired carpet hand-knotted in Nepal’s, belonging to the Carpet Collection designed byHarry & Camila, and the total – black Inari desk by mist-o.
One can appreciate the unique view from the top of the tower and experience the feeling of living in one of the exclusive apartments of this icon of modern architecture in the terrace, enlivened by the bright and colorful shapes of the Frog armchairs and the simple and refined Jelly round coffee tables, once again designed by Piero Lissoni.