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Studio Peregalli, a design company made by a famous interior designers duo distinguishes for its classic enchantments in interior design projects has done another masterpiece, one of the most exquisite interiors in Milan.
The famous duo Roberto Peregalli Peregalli and Laura Sartori Rimini, present in the 2018 Architactural Digest 100, are the creative genious behind the sucess of the Studio Peregalli and achieved another elegant reinterpretation of classical forms that reinvents and projects them toward the future.
Right in the heart Milan, one apartment from a young couple suffers a remarkable transformation. The Studio spent the last two years creating one of the most classy interiors in the city of Milan, wonderfully layered rooms were originally decorated in the 1950s by Renzo Mongiardino, Studio Peregalli’s own maestro.
Both Roberto Peregalli Peregalli and Laura Sartori Rimini worked under the tutelage of the legendary Italian decorator until his death in 1998. Renzo Mongiardino was Italy’s grand illusionist that raised atmosphere to an art form, the greatest designer of the twentieth century. Mongiardino was a great talent but he was never a household name — not even in his native Italy, where he lived and worked until his death in 1998 at the age of eighty-one.
After six decades the apartment went from a glorious house to a forgoten piece of architecture. But was only one way to get back the magic of the Mongiardino interiors. The restoration began with a complete rethinking of the home’s layout to make it more livable for a family with two children.
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The famous duo of talented designers save as many of Mongiardino details that could be saved, from antique wallpapers to the Charles X–inspired bookcases that encircle a library designed in the turquerie style.
Source: Elle Decor